Josh Hill

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Deconstructing the 'Liberal Campus' Cliche

Uniformly labeling higher education as a community of hypersensitive, radical leftists is not only a false portrayal, but also undermines intellectualism.<p>Are American universities now spaces where democratic free expression is in decline, where insecurity, fear, and an obsessive, self-preening …

Society

Reasons to give thanks: America is a total mess — and some of it is good news

GOP insanity and resurgent youth activism are aspects of America’s long and necessary struggle with history<p>There’s a ritual of American journalism that goes back nearly as far as the Thanksgiving holiday itself, a holiday largely concocted to create an aura of fictional harmony around the painful …

We created Islamic extremism: Those blaming Islam for ISIS would have supported Osama bin Laden in the ’80s

Jingoists conveniently forget the West’s Cold War strategy was to arm the Islamic extremists that became al-Qaida<p>History takes no prisoners. It shows, with absolute lucidity, that the Islamic extremism ravaging the world today was borne out of the Western foreign policy of yesteryear.<p>Gore Vidal …

The "All In The Family" Episode That Changed Gay Rights In America

The “All In The Family” Episode That Changed Gay Rights In America<p>Matt Baume takes on a groundbreaking moment in television history.<p>Matt Baume is a …

Those Who Say Guns Don't Kill People Are Anti-American Bigots

<i>Pro-gun advocacy has spawned a dangerous form of bigotry.</i><p>"<i>Guns</i> don't kill people. <i>People</i> kill people."<p>We've all heard this argument. Some think it ridiculous, while others chant it like a mantra--especially every time one of a thousand massacres in the US manages to get airtime, or a kid shoots …

5 surprising lessons a psychologist learned from interviewing killers

Which is to say, he interviews criminals before appearing as a witness to give expert testimony in their trials.<p>Earlier this year, the Loyola University psychologist published a book tying these experiences together, entitled "Listening to Killers: Lessons Learned from My Twenty Years as a …

Psychology

9 steps for solving income inequality — and why we need to be talking about them

REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth<p>Tim Smeeding, a professor of public affairs and economics at the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin — Madison, has a few ideas on how to solve income inequality in the US.<p>Lane Kenworthy, a sociology professor at UC San Diego, posted Smeeding's …

Income Inequality

What Is Your Character And Is It Helping Or Hurting You As A Leader?

Every day, it seems, we’re bombarded with news of leaders, corporate heads, politicians and other key figures in our society whose behavior shocks and deeply disappoints us. Whether it’s egregious lying, or a lack of accountability, or rampant narcissism or indifference to others, we’re reminded …

Leadership

8 Men's Fashion Tips You Should Always Follow

Yes – individuality is key, but there are some sartorial must-dos that cannot be ignored for the all-time stylish gent. Here are 8 rules of style you …

Men's Fashion

5 Reasons Why Loving Someone Is Hard When You Have Anxiety

My junior year of college, I scheduled a life-altering doctor’s appointment. For over six months, beginning in May of my sophomore year, I found …

5 Pieces of Clothing That Could Change Your Life

You’ll wonder how you ever lived without them<p>Every so often, you come across an item that transcends “favorite” status and goes on to becomes a life changer. It could be the custom suit you wore when landing that job, the automatic watch your dad gave you, or just a pair of sweats so comfortable …

Mens Hair trends for 2015 by Menswear Style

<b>Men’s hair trends don’t tend to make a sweeping change season to season like clothing trends do,</b> it’s a slower transition and it’s not always easy to …

Hair

2014 in TV: ‘Faking It,’ ‘Degrassi,’ and the Year of Realistic LGBTQ Teens

If there is one thing that the world at large is terrified to talk about but television seems obsessed with exploiting, it’s teenagers having sex. …

A Millennial’s Guide to the Nineties

From Whitewater to Troopergate, here’s everything you don’t remember about the Clintons.<p>Hey! Remember the ’90s? If you’re like me (a millennial), you were probably too hopped up on Capri Sun and Go-Gurt to retain more than bits and pieces. Well, Important Things were happening. And judging by how …

Government

Teen girls have different brains: Gender, neuroscience and the truth about adolescence

It’s indisputably true that in adolescence there are real differences in some brain functions with males, females<p>The first talk I ever gave on the teenage brain was in 2007 at my sons’ school, Concord Academy. The principal, guidance counselor, and teachers had been so good to my kids and really …

One Of These 21 Movies Will Probably Win Best Picture At The 2015 Oscars

<i>Welcome to For Your Consideration, HuffPost Entertainment's breakdown of all things Oscar. Between now and Feb. 22, 2015, entertainment managing editor Christopher Rosen and entertainment editor Matthew Jacobs will pore over awards season and discuss which films will make the most noise at the 87th</i> …

33 Festive And Beautiful Foods To Make For Christmas

There are so many great things about the holidays. One of them is presents; all of the rest of them are food.