Sargon of Akkad (YouTube creator) joins Dave Rubin to discuss his views on feminism, feminists, (including male feminists), and more. More clips from this interview about Gamergate, feminism, the Regressive Left, and ...Watch the video
WASHINGTON -- Dropping oil prices have undermined Latin America's economic boom, and that may be a good thing for U.S. diplomats.
It may seem something of a paradox that while the region has suffered from dropping demand ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration will allow U.S. air carriers to start regular scheduled commercial flights to and from Cuba as early as this fall for the first time in more than 50 years, U.S. officials said Friday....Read more
DENMARK, S.C.--Hillary Clinton held a town-hall meeting at an elementary school in rural Bamberg County Friday, addressing a largely black crowd as she pledged to help blighted communities.
In the packed gymnasium of ...Read more
The undisputed front-runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination who, like every other remaining 2016 contender, never volunteered to serve in the nation's military, has nevertheless repeatedly promised to ...Read more
When they debate, the Senator from Vermont usually refers to the former secretary of state as his "friend" -- not in the Congressional-speech sense of someone that he actually despises, but in what is presumably his ...Read more
After the New Hampshire primary, a new narrative to describe Campaign 2016 has taken shape. It is a narrative of class warfare that, despite the smiles on the candidates' faces, is tearing both parties apart.
Hillary ...Read more
Mom was failing. She knew it. We knew it.
And through her last year with us there was the inevitable struggle to come to terms with end-of-life issues, even for a woman of 97.
The armamentarium of cancer-fighting drugs ...Read more
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day. But that doesn't mean that marriage and family are flourishing. A mistaken understanding of romantic love -- the Hallmark and Hollywood version -- has, unfortunately, undermined key...Read more
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was right at home amid a breakfast crowd the morning of his most recent political triumph. Just before 9 a.m. he escaped the freshly fallen snow to enter the iconic Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, N.H....Read more
Who in the world, one of my friends asked, could ever have come up with such a ridiculous way to nominate a president?
I looked to my left. I looked to my right. I looked in the mirror.
Mea culpa. I used to be a "rules...Read more
Debating Thursday night in Milwaukee, Hillary Clinton felt the fierce urgency of now. So did Bernie Sanders.
With the Democratic primary campaign moving from Iowa and New Hampshire to Nevada and South Carolina later this ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Friday, Feb. 12:
America is suffering from a pernicious and growing addiction to a category of drugs that include prescription pain medications and heroin.
Opioid ...Read more
Okay, maybe conservatives are right to freak out about illiberal lefty militancy on college campuses.
Today's students are indeed both more left wing and more openly hostile to free speech than earlier generations of ...Read more
Vladimir Putin seems to be the only leader who knows what he's doing in Syria.
While the Obama team was desperately pursuing a diplomatic solution to the conflict, Putin was busy with more practical matters: cementing his...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Much of Hillary Clinton's difficulty in this campaign stems from a single, unalterable fact: She is a woman.
I'm not referring primarily to the Bernie Bros, those Bernie Sanders supporters who fill the ...Read more
The American medical establishment instructs pregnant women to not drink alcohol, and those who ignore this advice -- like those who do not breast-feed their children -- are subject to social shaming. Is the circle of ...Read more
If anyone had told me that I would one day be damned to hell for my political views by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, I should never have believed it. And yet that very thing appears to have happened in New ...Read more
Do Americans need a fast-growing economy to be relatively satisfied, healthy and productive? Does the country require perpetual, robust economic expansion to remain stable and generous?
If the answers are "yes," we may be...Read more
For millions of Catholics, Anglicans and even some Protestants, Wednesday was a day of prayer, fasting and confession.
So here's my confession: It's been a while since I last made an appearance in a confessional.
Unless ...Read more
- Investors in huge California wind farm might end up repaying federal subsidies
- Hillary Clinton in South Carolina touts plan for poor, rural communities
- Commercial flights between the US and Cuba could resume as early as this fall
- Trump tries to restore winning image in New Hampshire
- US to urge partners to do more to fight Islamic State amid complaints from Pentagon