Every time I hear of this supposed war on women, I want to laugh. If there is any war today, it is on men. If the articles and books proclaiming the demise and uselessness of the male sex don’t convince you, any two or three hours of television watching should make it quite clear. Various dramatic shows present improbably strong powerful women, and men who are either villainous or weak or both. Sitcoms just glory in the relish of putting men down. Even commercials go out of their way to show men as pathetic creatures needing instruction from women and, sometimes, from a minority male, the one masculine type allowed valorization at times. Education has been feminized in a way to allow girls and women to shine while boys and men languish, and it could be argued that the society-sanctioned rise of single motherhood hurts boys more than it does girls, who flourish after a fashion in the quasi-matriarchal structure.
On the unforced errors of America’s most political doctor.
The former dashboard manager alleges a vast data conspiracy in Florida; not a word of it is true.
The videos disclosed so far all have obvious potential terrestrial explanations.
This isn’t a medical question anymore; it’s a question of cultural allegiance.
Donald Trump really does believe that he, along with two former GOP senators, will be ‘reinstated’ to office this summer.
It seems indisputable that the Democratic Party has a real interest in Harris being more popular than she is.
James Lankford challenged Xavier Becerra to defend the phrase during a Senate Finance Committee hearing.
Researchers found that suspected suicide attempts rose over 25 percent among teen girls during summer 2020.
The week of June 7: blurring income and capital to raise the tax take, inflation, oat milk and much, much more.
Since 2017, the Chinese Communist Party has detained over 1.8 million Uyghur Muslims in reeducation camps.
Recent government streamlining could help bring the first major innovations to air travel in decades.
Artifacts from 15,000 B.C., a magnificent Eakins portrait, Remington cowboys, contemporary Native American sculpture and weaving. . . . This collection rivals the Smithsonian’s.