For the American Founders, unalienable rights—not property—was the overarching concept. How is this so hard for modern scholars to grasp?
A new collection of interviews from the late, great Christopher Hitchens demonstrates that one of the most beloved liberal intellectuals of our time held a surprising number of conservative beliefs.
If Megyn Kelly gives Alex Jones a platform to sell his half-baked philosophy, the interview will fail. If she confronts him, she’ll be doing her job.
Reminder: The Clintons are the kind of people who would use the execution of a mentally disabled man to distract from an extramarital affair.
Larry Taunton’s recollections of Christopher Hitchens’ struggles with Christianity are not the unprovable fancies of a manipulative evangelist making up a story to appease insecure evangelicals.
Trust me, the new Clinton Years are going to be fantastic. Well, at least for the most vital people in civil society: professional pundits.
An idea isn’t a human being. Neither is a sacred cow. And those who confront, dismiss, debunk, sneered at and fear them aren’t necessarily bigots.
Atheists need to understand and embrace the role religion has played in creating the world we live in.
Dave Barry on politics, libertarianism, parenting and the existence of God.
Four women debate whether men are obsolete. It made me want to scream.
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