The New York Times thinks the progressive United Church of Christ is “one of the largest Protestant denominations in the United States.” Not by a long shot.
BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith at first celebrated same-sex marriage by denying multiple sides exist on the issue. He’s beginning to see why that’s wrong.
Lost in celebrations of the Supreme Court decision redefining marriage were the grave warnings issued by each of the 4 dissenters on religious liberty.
Apple removed historical video games that depict Confederate flags. Gettysburg removed Confederate flags. Denying historical reality serves no one.
Many people reacted negatively to President Obama’s recent use of the “n-word” in an interview. But Lenny Bruce would have been proud.
The social media mobs fight against the Confederate flag show us we are slowly forgetting how to oppose something without seeking its utter destruction.
Alexander Hamilton will be removed from the $10 bill, despite his importance. Well, we no longer deserve him. Here’s who should replace him and others.
Dana Milbank’s reputation as a serial exaggerator is well-established. Now it’s so bad that sources are posting their emails with him to correct the record.
The social media mobs have brought down cancer scientist Tim Hunt for stupid comments he made. Here’s how to prevent such insanity in the future.
But if Spokane NAACP activist Rachel Donezal identifies as black, who are we to say she’s not? Or does that only work for some biological limitations?
Because Jurassic World’s main character is a woman who cares for her nephews when they’re faced with death, feminists claim it’s sexist. That’s stupid.
Bob Costas makes the obvious point that ESPN’s award to Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner is crass exploitation. Progressives freak out.
The New York Times tried to make Marco Rubio look bad by using Democratic opposition research. They ended up embarrassing themselves.
Is it cuz they don’t like Rand Paul’s gangsta walk? Do they not like his gangsta talk? Whatever it is, GOP men love him but women are more tepid. Why?
Bill Clinton admitted in 2006 that donor funds would be completely suspect if the foundations’ namesakes were in positions of high power. Uh-oh.
That something $3.5-million-worth of bad happened in Hastert’s past isn’t the only disturbing thing about Dennis Hastert’s indictment.
The New Yorker magazine this week tries to airbrush away the diversity of the GOP field. Next time they should try to be a tad more subtle about it.
We’re only seeing the Hillary Clinton emails she wants us to see. What’s missing is at least as interesting as what’s in them.
Hip-hop artist Jidenna’s new song reminds us of the importance of having self-control and the ability to defer gratification — and having them in style.
The media and GOP establishment are fretting over all the candidates seeking to participate in the GOP presidential debates. Here’s how to get them all in.
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