A black Vanderbilt University professor's op-ed critical of Islamic terrorism has touched off a wave of protest by Muslim students and other critics.
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Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy's Sandy Hook Advisory Commission want to institute onerous new gun laws and it has said it doesn't care if the laws are unconstitutional.
With her career in freefall as her HBO show "Girls" premiered down 40 percent from last year, Lena Dunham is acutely aware that she must say edgier, more reckless things to get people to pay any attention to her.
Despite being damn hard to sing, The Star-Spangled Banner stirs considerable passion deep in the cockles of many Americans.
Another week has dawned in America. You know what that means: more female high school teachers and staffers arrested for having consensual sexual relationships with male teenagers.
Common Core is fast becoming a national flop as establishment support continues to flag and grassroots opposition grows stronger.
The never-ending string of public relations disasters for police departments in the suburbs of St. Louis continued late last week when police in St. Ann, Mo. beat the crap out of a college student who did nothing wrong and was attempting to be a good citizen.
Over a century after her death in 1911, Carrie Nation and her teetotaling, hatchet-wielding terrorist spirit stoutly lives on among the bizarro liberal elitists at New York magazine.
From The Archives: 50 Years Ago, Lyndon Johnson Urged Martin Luther King, Jr. To Be More Like Hitler
Exactly 50 years ago this week, on Jan 15, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson had a telephone conversation with Martin Luther King, Jr.
President Obama has faced withering criticism this week for failing to attend the Paris March Against Terrorism — and then finally sending Secretary of State John Kerry (along with washed-up singer James Taylor) to serenade the French with the embarrassing smooth 70s hit "You've Got A Friend."
The organizers of the 2015 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts definitely aren't taking any chances this year when it comes to pretend violence.
Taking a page from free-birth control enthusiast and spectacularly failed politician Sandra Fluke, a Gainesville, Fla. high school student took to the local news this week to sell her student group's petition for free condoms for all students.
Michelle Obama is not currently running for political office, nor is her term-limited husband, but Saturday, Jan. 17 is her 51st birthday. And what better way to celebrate the quinquagenarian first lady's big day than by giving free money to the Democratic Party?
What is the name of the national anthem? What is freedom of religion? Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? Why does the American flag have 13 stripes?
Traditional family culture had a good run in the United States of America from 1776 or so onward. Now, however, the quaint concept of growing up in a stable environment with both your mother and your father and perhaps some siblings has alarmingly disappeared.
A radical student group at Clemson University is demanding that administrators at the taxpayer-funded public school "prosecute defamatory speech" to fix a "pattern of social injustice."
ThinkProgress Aghast At Kentucky Bill That Would Prevent Teen Boys From Changing In Girls Locker Rooms
Apoplexy is near at the leftist blog ThinkProgress now that a Kentucky state senator has introduced legislation which would require children in taxpayer-funded public schools to use the bathrooms and locker rooms that match their genitalia.
Justin Bieber crashed a meeting of the Log Cabin Republicans at a West Hollywood gastropub earlier this week.
A substitute Spanish teacher in the public school system in Columbus, Ohio, is currently on trial facing actual criminal charges because she showed a totally inappropriate movie to students in five classes.
School district officials in a generally rural central Virginia county have decided not to try to force homeschooling parents and children to justify their religious beliefs to the satisfaction of the government.