On Sunday night, Wes Craven, the horror auteur who gave us "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and other classics, passed away.
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In George Orwell's "1984," the fictional Oceania government imposed a truncated English upon its people. The purpose of the new language, termed Newspeak, was to help the regime in its effort to eliminate thoughtcrime.
After the shooting deaths of a Roanoke, Va. TV news crew shocked the nation Wednesday, the calls for gun control immediately began pouring in.
The worldwide leader in sports has a problem with free speech.
"Alabama tried a Donald Trump-style immigration law. It failed in a big way."
Only Donald Trump could get everyone talking about the arcane intricacies of the 14th Amendment.
Hillary Clinton's email server disaster keeps getting worse and worse.
When did we start thinking it's a good idea to let kids lecture adults about politics?
The idea of a glowing biopic about gangsta rappers N.W.A would've been unthinkable 25 years ago.
In the tumultuous 1960s, university administrators were the enemies of student radicals everywhere.
The video you're about to see may offend and even disturb you.
"Intellectually respectable and politically palatable."
This summer, the news media uncovered an atrocity beyond our human imagination.
Leftists aren't the biggest fans of history these days.
If there's one certainty for this Republican primary season, it's that Republican voters are fed up with the establishment.
Donald Trump is "finished" once again.
Farewell to thee, Jon Stewart.
Last week, the College Board announced it was revising its new standards for Advanced Placement U.S. history courses in response to criticism that the updated curriculum was too negative in covering America's past.
Whenever America suffers another senseless loss of life at the hands of a crazed gunman, gun control will always come up -- regardless of the circumstances.