Even this late in his 2nd term, Saturday Night Live is unable to poke even the slightest bit of fun at President Obama. The rest of the show is weak, too.
Neil deGrasse Tyson finally responded to queries about quotes he’s peddled. He’s unable to provide any outside verification but insists his memory is solid.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s long-standing focus on how “some” people shouldn’t have babies but should have subsidized abortion is Eugenics 101.
When a conservative media outlet published a big scoop about radical organizer Saul Alinsky and Hillary Clinton, the media response was bizarre.
The New York Times’ ongoing confusion about Easter is the most curious part of its general confusion about Christianity and what it means.
Sarah Palin is a good way to tease out Freudian levels of weirdness. But why are conservative women such a threat? Is it their embrace of life?
In what world is Nicole Wallace a good representative for conservative women? Her debut featured her trademarked and tiresome bashing of Sarah Palin.
Lost in the bitter fights over Ted Cruz’s speech to persecuted Christians was the fact that all sides had valid arguments. Consider what you missed.
Fighting global persecution of Christians should be a top priority for Sen. Ted Cruz. What he chose to do when addressing the important topic was misguided.
One can acknowledge ISIS is a global threat without claiming Dick Cheney was right about everything. We need more middle ground on foreign policy.
Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy died this morning. Even if he’d just invented that amazing chicken sandwich, he would be awesome. But he did so much more.
The message from the feminist Institute for Women’s Policy Studies is clear: If you work inside the home, you’re a failure.
Slate published a piece that argued home-cooked meals were too stressful to prepare. They are a lot of work, but here’s what Slate missed.
The media claims Rand Paul is changing his mind on military interventionism. He’s actually just showing a commendable ability to discern interests.
The posting of stolen Jennifer Lawrence pics led some to suggest women not ever take naked pictures. The angry reaction tells us some still want chivalry.
Obama’s stunning “no strategy” press conference will be remembered not for its fashion faux pas but for projecting weakness and a lack of direction.
Could feminists stop encouraging women to see themselves as victims? Consider the story told by Emma Sullivan, a high-achiever upset over a photo caption.
Some people are amazed that people recline their airplane seats. But others say they have the right to do just that. It’s time to settle the matter.
Hours after praising Beyonce’s dirty VMA performance as a feminist masterpiece, media condemned Sofia Vergara for joking about her curvy body. For real.
HHS releases 8th revision to legally troubled birth control rule. Plaintiffs say it doesn’t fix any problems. Will low-information voters fall for it?
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