Losing the Voting Rights Act — currently under attack in several states — would seriously weaken American democracy
If you strip away the racial appeals, the former Speaker’s proposal has merit
Are the proposed changes the result of the pursuit of science — or other interests?
Are conservative celebrities less concerned about going against the political grain of the entertainment industry?
Stopping pollution is something that everyone should embrace, says Rob Sisson, President of Republicans for Environmental Protection
He was the ultimate public-intellectual-as-freedom fighter, and he deserves to have a federal holiday
There’s been too much nostalgia — even for me — in the wake of Hostess filing for bankruptcy
Perry and Huntsman call it quits, Newt rebuts an ex-wife and meh, Romney
These floating palaces seem to stave off mortality, but they’re not invincible — and neither are we
Schools frown upon making requests, but even good schools have bad teachers
Why the new ruling parties want women to disappear
Now that Paula Deen has become a pseudo-spokesperson for Type 2 diabetes, she’ll continue to enrage health nuts all the way to the bank
Our minds are filled with folk science — and it gets in the way of real learning