Do you often feel like you've been kicked in the gut when you get the day's news? I do, and this last week followed several brutal weeks with fresh, new kicks in the gut.
A republic such as the one born 239 years ago tomorrow requires a populace capable of citizenship.
In an era when rape culture, as it is known, is a feminist talking point, youd think that feminists would be lining up to praise the new law. You would be wrong.
No condolence note from President Obama yet...
And the solution is blindly simple.
She has both fired and been fired. Good.
Has the supposedly neutral Federal Elections Commission (FEC) just come out in support of Hillary Clinton?
At a Columbia School of Journalism press conference earlier this week to answer questions about the J Schools investigation of Rolling Stone magazines faked story about Jackie, the still unidentified undergraduate who claimed she was gang raped by bunch of sociopathic preppies at the University of Virginia, journalism academic affairs dean Sheila Coronel made an astonishing admission.
When Columbia J School dean Steve Coll finishes his external investigation of Rolling Stone magazines disastrous U Va gang rape story, the magazine will release Colls findings to the public. Now thats suspense!
Hillary Clintons account of her State Department years is entitled Hard Choices. Now, it turns out she might more aptly called her memoir Hard Drives.
After ObamaCare turned out to be such an epic mess, a somber President Barack Obama retreated to the White House for a few days of reading and reflecting on the proper role of government.
Scott Walker has arrived.
Mark Zuckerberg isnt. Heck, even Charlie Hebdo isnt still Charlie.
What the presidents plan fails to take into consideration are two not inconsequential factors: the content of an education, and the level of commitment by prospective students.
Democrats just aren't keeping pace right now in the crazy department. Cmon.
It is distasteful to speak ill of the dead and yet not speaking the truth about Michael Brown is a sin against black youthespecially young black men.
Progressives may be going after Big Soda, but, when they finish off that industry, they will set their sights elsewhere. Beware.
The War on Women Meets Reality
When twenty-eight current and former Harvard Law School professors issued a public statement decrying the universitys new procedures regarding the handling of sexual assault accusations on campus, it may have been a game changer.
When the Ebola case was diagnosed, we went in to crisis mode," Ed Garcia, the managing director of Firestone Liberia, recently told NPR.