DC shuts down during minor weather events. Is it weak character? Media self-obsession?
I don’t know much, but I do know that telling angry people to “calm down” is not a recipe for success. So it’s completely understandable that Read Full Article >
Closing clinics make for great headlines and more dramatic court briefs. But the media should be asking questions about what’s really going on.
Habila Adamu was at home with his wife and kids last year when visitors stopped by. He opened the door, shocked to find gunmen wearing robes and masks.
The Virginia gubernatorial election shows once again that the married-unmarried divide may now be the most important fact in politics.
Savor the total hypocrisy of Democratic leaders raging against Medicare Part D as it was first being implemented.
If we’re serious about preventing more Kermit Gosnells, we have a curious way of showing it.
Denigrating mothers of multiple children as brainless and inferior isn’t just misogynistic. Our enthusiastic embrace of low fertility rates is becoming a problem.
When the media keep calling babies outside the womb “fetuses,” it suggests they don’t want a discussion of what we do to the youngest humans.
As the Redbirds season continues, some critics are trying to foment a backlash against St. Louis.
Step one: Pray. Step two: For the love of all that’s holy, stop contributing to the problem.
The federal bureaucracy tried to show its importance. Instead it revealed its vindictive cruelty.
Tony Powell is an absolutely marvelous photographer (and artistic jack of all trades). He’s known for his portraits, celebrity shots and fashion photography. Stuff like this: Read Full Article >
Elizabeth Corey claims career and motherhood will always tragically conflict. Others aren’t so sure.
Harry Reid’s remarks about kids with cancer weren’t the first time he’s said something that raised eyebrows.
As 80 percent of federal workers continue to report to work and most Americans go about their normal days, here are a few more things the media suggest we should be very upset about.
The federal government might have a limited, temporary shut down and our nation’s reporters and politicians are on it! In a shutdown such as this, Social Read Full Article >
Since Ted Cruz began his speech against Obamacare, Washington Post health care policy reporter Sarah Kliff has failed to notice it. Or so I assume from her Twitter feed, which has precisely zero tweets about it.
After yet another bloody weekend around the world, it’s time for us to speak frankly about who’s killing Christians and why.
Parents have stopped raising their kids to take risks. Coddling kids isn’t good for them, or for the country.
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