Everything about the pandemic economy has been weird, including jobs.
The pandemic has revealed a darkly authoritarian side to expertise
The company mounts an internal campaign against white privilege and organizes racially segregated affinity groups.
While Joe Biden moves the country forward, the GOP is consumed by conspiracy theories and looks backwards to debate Donald Trump's legacy.
We recently wrote about national polling showing plurality support for Georgia's new elections law, as well as national data tracking the public's paltry appetite for corporations using their influence to wade into cultural and political skirmishes. One issue set on which there is pretty clearly a large "silent majority" is wokeness and ubiquitous political correctness. That reality played out in the aforementioned nationwide polling, and it's been replicated in a new survey of Georgia voters. After weeks of unhinged attacks, disgraceful demagoguery, outright lies and racial bullying - led by...
The Republican Party is determined to hold power, even against the will of the electorate. But working-class immigrants are fighting back.
California Democrats and journalists are suddenly concerned about expensive government.
To win, she doesn't need the most votes. She just needs us to keep talking about her.
Standardized test scores remain good predictors of academic success.
There's plenty of timber-and plenty of buyers. What's gone wrong?
A party is what people say it is, so become the dominant force in the party. Push the pendulum in the direction of America First policies.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas writes Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney and George W. Bush have her undying respect for the manner in which they have stood steadfast in defense of the US Constitution and their principles -- even in the face of brutal and unwarranted attacks by their own party.
The South Carolina Republican has powerfully exposed the Left's lies about race.
On January 12, Keith Ammon, a Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, introduced a bill that would bar schools as well as organizations that have entered into a contract or subcontract with the state from endorsing "divisive concepts." Specifically, the measure would forbid "race or sex scapegoating," questioning the value of meritocracy, and suggesting that New Hampshire-or the United States-is "fundamentally racist."
Republicans in Virginia will choose their nominees for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general at their party's convention this Saturday.
The fight for marriage equality could have turned out very differently.