Mike Adams, Since my last column on academic hypocrisy several readers have written to express the view that intolerance toward conservative Christians is the only form of intolerance that academics are willing to tolerate. Such a view seems reasonable at first glance. Upon further reflection it misses the mark. Tolerance presupposes a) a moral judgment
Walter E. Williams, A frequent point I have made in past columns has been about the educational travesty happening on many college campuses. Some people have labeled my observations and concerns as trivial, unimportant and cherry-picking. While the spring semester awaits us, let’s ask ourselves whether we’d like to see repeats of last year’s antics.
Teresa Mull, Yvette Felarca is the militant Berkeley Unified School District teacher whose mugshot has been appearing in the news a lot lately for her violent behavior at Antifa-led riots. But this is only the latest incident for her. She has been a toxic presence at her workplace for years, court records show, and yet
Brian Darling, A true test for liberty minded politicians is facing them this Congress. The idea of federalism as it applies to medical marijuana laws in the states. The self-proclaimed champions of federalism will have their commitment to the idea tested when they are called on to vote on a measure protecting federalism as part
In D.C. Comic’s fictional “Bizarro World,” all things are done opposite of here on Earth. According to the “Bizarro Code,” inhabitants of the cube-shaped planet “hate beauty,” “love ugliness” and consider it illegal to “make anything perfect.” Ironically, here on planet Earth, many liberals – and a disturbing number of judges – subscribe to a
World stocks hit a record high on Wednesday after strong earnings and the prospect of tax cuts for corporate America pushed U.S. shares to stratospheric levels and the euro held on to recent gains as political concerns in France ebbed. European shares pulled back slightly from 20-month highs as some disappointing corporate results weighed on
Star Parker, Reading through a recent issue of Forbes Magazine, I came across a wonderful quote from inventor R. Buckminster Fuller. He observed: “You cannot change things by fighting existing reality: To change things you must build a new model to make the existing model obsolete.” I saw the truth and power of Fuller’s observation
Michael Brown, I did not intend to write about this story, but when I saw a picture of the teenager in question, I had to. He is 15-years-old, clearly a biological male. Look at his picture for yourself, mustache and all. As Joy Pullman notes on The Federalist, he has “not taken drugs nor undergone