The New York Times blames Jews for engendering hatred while downplaying inconvenient facts about anti-Semitism in Europe.
Small government conservatives naturally fear making common cause with the welfare state, but facing a 50 percent margin against them in popular opinion, it might be time to abandon outright opposition.
The Times trots out an old media trope that Christians are uneducated rubes compared to everyone else, and hangs it on a Pew study.
A recent survey found that religious Americans are overall happier with their lives, gather with family more regularly, and give more to the poor.
After the horrifying slaying of two journalists on live TV, there was predictable shouting about the need for gun control. And we’re still getting nowhere.
Donald Trump appeals to a particular sect of the American voting population. If the GOP wants to court his followers, it must first understand them.
Acknowledging who the victims of Islamic terrorism are means acknowledging its motivations.
Gun rights are more popular than ever according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center.
As Americans, we must make sure that democracy is equally onerous for all races and creeds.
Some of us are comforted by the fact that there are buildings filled with books. But Americans aren’t reading them, what’s the point?
Many of today’s young adults have put the cart before the horse when it comes to marriage and money.
Over 60 percent of Ukrainians and Russians would rather have a strong leader than a democratic government. Well, they have it now.
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