A remarkable number of college students in the U.S. see no problem with campus speech codes, enforced political correctness and punishment for those who speak words that offend.
It’s clear that the progressive mind will bend to accept any change in circumstances, or in the facts, in order to preserve and protect the ideology that underpins its beliefs.
Mikal Watts, a Democratic fundraiser who’s mobilized millions for a bevy of candidates, including both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, was indicted this week.
We won’t leave you in suspense: It’s the Democratic Party. What’s amazing is just how overwhelming the difference between contributions to Democrats and contributions to Republicans really is.
Make everything an offense, and you’ll never run out of people to accuse. One public university has just raised that concept to a whole new level.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told a sympathetic audience Thursday that the agency’s relationship with the states has never been better than it is right now, under her watch.
Fighting against 2nd Amendment rights may make for good political theater in some urban or progressive voting districts; but beyond that, it’s becoming increasingly hard to see a political upside to flogging gun control.
The federal government is preparing to offer American technology companies $12,000 in free money for every foreign-born, U.S.-trained tech worker they hire.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid hung a giant albatross around the neck of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) today, coming out in support of Ryan as the next speaker of the House.
Identifying, segregating and mobilizing economic classes is the sort of thing that progressive Democrats don’t just like to do; it’s something they need to do to ensure their political survival.
Citizens United is suing the State Department for information about Hillary Clinton’s schedule during her service as secretary of state under President Obama.
Free speech is a founding principle of the United States. It’s a hallmark that sets America apart from nearly every government on Earth, both now and throughout all of history.
Do you believe in God? Many gods? If so, you’re sick — and you need help. In the nick of time, along have come some scientists who think they can help you — with magnets.
With California’s approval of a affirmative consent law this month, school across the state are forced to teach secondary school students the finer points of when, and how, “yes means yes” applies to sex.
The GOP has been talking a lot about repealing and replacing the healthcare law, and a few politicians — primarily those wanting to be the next president — have floated their own alternatives.
One of the world’s most esteemed physicists said of President Obama’s role in promoting the anthropogenic climate change myth: The president’s flat wrong.
As bad as the infighting in the Republican Party can be, the establishment control freaks inside the Democratic Party may have the GOP’s leash-holders beat.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the State Department will have to tackle each of the many lawsuits surrounding her email scandal one case at a time, instead of conveniently addressing them all in one big bite.
On Friday, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency would be acting illegally if it attempted to enforce its new policy rule reinterpreting portions of the Clean Water Act.
A new report indicates federal employees, on average, earn 78 percent more in pay and benefits than their counterparts in the private sector.
Is college worth it? The answer may depend on which generation of Americans you ask. Fewer than half of today’s graduates believe that their diploma is worth what it cost them to obtain.
Hillary Clinton’s entire career, spent teasing the threshold of legality in the “gray areas” of the law, eminently qualifies her for the job of president, argues a very sympathetic Matthew Yglesias at Vox.
As laid-off American tech workers train their foreign replacements and begin seeking jobs elsewhere, a few have wised up and decided to sue.