Parents have had enough of the politicization of their local schools. And even if the schools themselves can't see it yet, they will soon.
Every good prosecutor will tell you that the best case is a strong circumstantial case — and that’s exactly what we have.
A Grad Student Tried to Correct a Misleading COVID Narrative. Rebekah Jones Tried to Ruin His Career for It
Jon Taylor had a disagreement with Jones over COVID data, so she falsely accused him of sexual harassment.
On the unforced errors of America’s most political doctor.
The demands of nightly doses of craven partisanship for year upon year have ruined him.
Donald Trump really does believe that he, along with two former GOP senators, will be ‘reinstated’ to office this summer.
On the Tolkien Society’s misguided descent into contemporary pieties.
In a case of epic proportions, Judge Polster employs threats and secrecy to wring a speedy settlement out of Big Pharma defendants.
Federal law trumps state law, but states don’t have to enforce it — which is why this measure should be upheld.
The best way to have open, strong, and resilient financial markets and payment systems is not to commit to central planning.
Crime is back. And across the country, a new breed of progressive prosecutor is restoring policies that will make the problem worse.
Bonfires on a midsummer eve, mountain marigolds, plus a French rhinoceros