Poll: Americans Against Affirmative Action for College Admissions—Have Been for Decades In light of the current debate over affirmative action on college campuses, it’s worth looking at what ordinary Americans actually think. Polling data from . . .
Just 13 Percent of Likely American Voters Think Bill Clinton is Innocent of Sexual Assault Allegations New polling data from Rasmussen Reports suggests that the political tide is turning against Bill and Hillary Clinton—particularly regarding . . .
Room Rates at Trump Hotels Fallen by up to 63 Percent Since Winning Presidency Many left-leaning publications have accused President Donald Trump of “being in it for the money”. For example, Vox News ran a . . .
American Taxpayers Spent $1.46 Trillion on War on Terror Since 2001 According to the Department of Defense’s “cost of war” report, obtained and published by the Federation of American Scientists, America has spent $1.46 trillion on . . .
New Poll from Rasmussen Reports Finds 47 Percent Think Primaries Were Rigged in Clinton’s Favor A new poll from Rasmussen Reports finds that just 32 percent of likely voters thought Hillary Clinton won the Democratic . . .
Conservatives & Cognitive Dissonance: Why Rejecting the UN Means Rejecting NAFTA Lampooning the left is lucrative business, and has become a rite-of-passage for conservative commentators—even politicians. Pundits like Ben Shapiro, and provocateurs like Milo Yiannapoulos . . .
President Trump Imposes Sanctions on Venezuela—This is a Bad Idea Today President Donald Trump told Reuters he was prohibiting US financial institutions from lending money to either the Venezuelan government or its state oil company. Why? Because . . .
Twitter is Destroying itself by Censoring Conservatives A few years ago it seemed like Twitter would become the world’s biggest social network—it seemed likely Twitter would rack up over 1 billion active users. Its founders . . .
Socialism As Political Iatrogenics Socialism is predicated on action. When socialists see problems, they want to do something about them. They want to take action. Starving children? Give them food. Poor people? Give them money. Climate . . .