Jack Shafer of Politico horribly botches a historical comparison in his snarky piece on Bernie Sanders’ presidential prospects.
Amy Schumer used her corporate platform at Comedy Central to produce an anti-gun screed couched as entertaining comedy, but something went very wrong.
The U.S. is worse than the rest of the world, says Vox, but the chart they produced is misleading.
Some liberals criticized prayer, others tried to drive traffic to their websites in wake of horrific attack on California government building.
The paper is excluding his book from the bestseller list, but it has included works by other national political figures in both parties.
Dylan Matthews has all the answers history isn’t looking for and as a true millennial he wants to be taken seriously without making serious contributions.
You may not find the Confederate flag on Amazon.com, but you can find flags of the Nazi regime, Apartheid-era South Africa, Hamas and others still available.
TIME Magazine’s Mark Thompson says the U.S. Army endorses the slave-holding Confederacy with names of famous installations like Ft. Bragg and Ft. Benning. Here’s why Thompson is wrong.
A few reasons Rep. Al Green (D-TX) and Time magazine, among others, are wrong to compare Ferguson circa 2014 with Boston circa 1773.