Sometimes it seems as if every other word from the mouths of academicians is “inclusiveness” or “diversity.” How sincere and truthful are these people about their “inclusiveness and diversity” religion? Suppose a group of engineering students do not want to include black or Mexican students in their study group. Should they be permitted to have
In what has become now a standard page out of the tired Clinton playbook, the Clinton campaign has released a letter from over 300 pro-offshoring economists denouncing Donald Trump. This appears to be a belated Hail Mary response to a September 26th letter from over 300 economists insisting “Hillary Clinton’s economic agenda is wrong for
When MSNBC signed off at 3 a.m. the first night of the Republican National Convention, they were still talking about Melania’s speech. For five solid hours, MSNBC had been obsessing over two paragraphs of Melania Trump’s speech that were nearly identical to Michelle Obama’s 2008 convention speech. The similar passages were: — The only limit
Deirdre Reilly, Polizette GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump is many things: an off-the-cuff plain speaker, a savvy businessman with a real estate business worth billions, a successful author, reality television show star — and more. But Donald Trump is also a doting husband, father, and grandfather, and a loving son who remembers his own father, Fred C.
Charlotte Allen, A recent Bloomberg poll suggests Donald Trump has worse favorability ratings than Hillary Clinton, Congress or the Republican Party. I went to Stanford, and I voted for Donald Trump. So did my husband. He went to Yale. And so we spent more than three hours standing in line in Washington, D.C., to vote
Like many other youngsters, Sean Collier wanted to be a police officer. Unlike most, he brought that dream to life — and then died doing it, becoming a central character in one of the most gripping manhunts the nation has ever seen. The three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings, along with the many
FBI pushed elder Tsarnaev to be informer, lawyers assert Lawyers for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asserted Friday that his older brother and alleged accomplice had been encouraged by the FBI to be an informant and to report on the Chechen and Muslim community, according to court records. “We seek this information based on
The robots are coming for our jobs. No, seriously. There’s no need to take up arms — they come in peace — but you may want to dust off your resume and make sure you have the skills that our future robot overlords will be looking for. As many as half of U.S. jobs will
Federal prosecutors asked a judge Monday to bar Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from seeing some of the gruesome autopsy photos of the three people killed in the attack. In a court filing, prosecutors said Tsarnaev should only be allowed to look at autopsy photos that will be used during his trial and sentencing.
This article originally appeared on heartland.org. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sunk to climate McCarthyism last week, calling scientists at NASA, NOAA, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Columbia, and other prestigious research institutions “shoddy scientists” and members of “the Flat Earth Society” because they don’t agree with Kerry and President Barack Obama on global warming issues.