A punitively high cost of living is the result of conscious political choices, and the primary force behind these choices is not desire to protect the environment, it is greed.
Rae’Lee Klein learned the hard way that ASU’s promises on paper wouldn’t protect her from backlash from her peers.
Perhaps now, in the wake of the most contentious election in modern times and in the grips of the worst pandemic in a century, we can return to the foundations of this magnificent holiday.
If Joe Biden becomes president, will he go along with the teachers’ union wish list? Does the sun rise in the east? Is water wet?
Flavored e-cigarettes help smokers stay away from combustible tobacco, so bans and restrictions make it harder for smokers to quit smoking effectively.
The true tragedy of the story of Donald Trump is that he may not see the fulfillment of what he started. But he showed us the way to a better place, and nothing can take that away from him.
We are getting painfully close here to the present and actual, to the disappearance of certainties taken largely for granted, such as the ability to go here and there without let or hindrance.
There is a seismic wave building in the Golden State. It’s still far away, but it’s coming in with the tide.
Suburbs are not racist. They are not ecologically unsustainable. They are beautiful, and we need more of them.
Congress isn’t where the power is. To truly “back the blue” Americans must be active in their local communities 24/7.
Environmentalist policies are likely to produce is an increasingly static and hierarchical society. But we may not have to choose between a better economy and a better environment.
The Republican Party should shed the theology of market worship that blinds us.
If I were a Democrat, getting rid of intersectionality would top my to-do list.
America’s less-elite schools clearly have greater ideological diversity among their students – and less willingness among them to accept the suppression of free speech.
The center-Left managerial elite don’t imagine themselves to be the party of hate. But they are.
American higher education needs a wrecking ball — not a bailout.
What in the hell are we doing?
Corporate media and permanent Washington have effectively merged into a single actor.
Big Tech went all-in for Biden because they know he will capitulate to them.
Though the FBI doesn’t use the word “spy” to describe its own activities, the bureau’s actions fit definitions of spying, old and new.