Believing in my bones, as I do, that both Hillary ClintonandDonald Trumpare unworthy and unqualified to be president of the United States has drawn me more and more to the writings of the legendary H.L.
The coddling of students’ minds has resulted in grave restrictions of free speech on campus—but academic leaders are also to blame. No great universities exist in the world without a deep institutional
In attack on Trump, Clinton accidentally admits drone killing of Abdulrahman al-Awlaki may have been a war crime |
Rona said he believes that "U.S. targeted-killing policy violates international law," and noted that "failure to take adequate precautions to prevent civilian casualties is a war crime." But Clinton said
Write what you know, leave out unnecessary words, and don't do it to be famous. Ernest Hemingway was one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. His most popular work, The Old Man and the
At first Giselle wasn't sure what to put on her medical school application. She wanted to be a doctor, but she also wanted people to know about her own health: years of depression, anxiety and a suicide
If a Democratic primary candidate can win 59 percent of the Party's "pledged" (primary- and caucus-won) delegates or more, the primary is decided by pledged delegates; if a Democratic primary candidate
President Obama's visit to Hiroshima on Friday has rekindled public debate about the U.S. atomic bombings of Japan — one largely suppressed since the Smithsonian canceled its Enola Gay exhibit in 1995.
U.S. President Barack Obama's forthcoming visit to Hiroshima offers an opportunity to reconsider some of the myths surrounding the historic decision to use the atomic bomb. Such reconsideration also helps
Sanders’ impressive activist DNC platform committee could help transform U.S. progressive politics |
The Vermont senator and self-proclaimed democratic socialist did not waste his opportunity to have a big influence on the platform of the Democratic Party. He assembled a top-notch team comprised of first-rate
For more than 80 years doctors have believed that stomach acid backing up through the esophagus causes the damage to the lining of the esophagus in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
The average American eats a little less beef — and way more cheese — today than in 1972. At Flowing Data, Nathan Yau collected 40 years of data on Americans' eating habits from the federal Food Availability