"Being afraid to talk can no longer be part of the equation... It's totally irrelevant whether I agree with everything my guests say, the important thing not being afraid to hear them." Stay tuned for clips from the ...Watch the video
WASHINGTON -- South Carolina, the nation turns its troubled heart to you. And we expect you will rip it apart.
In Texas, they say, politics is a contact sport. In South Carolina, it is a savage, gladiatorial spectacle. ...Read more
A funny thing happened on the way to Jeb Bush's long-expected disappearance from the Republican presidential contest: He became a better -- and more interesting -- candidate. Improbably, he has Donald Trump to thank for it...Read more
Pundits and polls agree: Voters are fed up with the status quo. In a January NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, 61 percent of voters said they want change in the 2016 elections.
When it comes to national energy policy, change ...Read more
When I was at university in London in the early 1990s, Michael Jackson's mega-hit "Black or White" was forever blaring in the student bar. As we drank our flat beers, we'd sing along: "It don't matter if you're black or ...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Thursday, Feb. 11:
Eighteen months after the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., a top police research organization has issued 30 guiding ...Read more
As Iowa voters headed to their caucus sites, 94-year-old Rosanell Eaton sat in the first row of a federal courtroom in Winston-Salem, N.C., to witness the closing arguments of a trial challenging North Carolina's new voter...Read more
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, Feb. 11:
Syrian President Bashar Assad could now be on the verge of doing what was unthinkable just months ago -- crushing rebel forces and claiming ...Read more
Ellen's Submission: Intrigue Next Door [Kindle Edition]Lydia Keane
Ellen Jacobs is a straitlaced grad student stuck in a relationship that isn't working.
When she meets her adventuresome neighbor, Sam, her world is changed.
Now, she wonders how she will handle the challenge that comes from being drawn to Sam.
Gen. Mark Milley, the Army chief of staff, and Gen. Robert Neller, commandant of the Marine Corps, both testified this month that because all combat roles are now open to women, women should register for the selective ...Read more
Critics, particularly big businesses and right-wing conservatives, keep carping about the costs of the Obama administration's well-conceived campaign to fight climate change.
Can you imagine how much they will carp 20 or ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Ted Cruz won the Republican Party's Iowa caucus and the media are salivating as the rest of the GOP field trolls Marco Rubio for his discipline in staying "on-message." But why aren't Hispanics super excited ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- It is frequently said that, unfortunately, Americans disdain government. It is more usefully said that, unfortunately, they have abundant reasons for doing so. In coming days, the Supreme Court, by deciding ...Read more
Sargon of Akkad (YouTube creator) joins Dave Rubin to discuss his background, classical liberalism, Gamergate, and much more. More clips from this interview about Gamergate, feminism, Regressive Left, and more coming ...Watch the video
GLENVIEW, Ill. -- Aasiyah Bhaiji knew the boys in her class were just clowning around, but their words stung just the same. As they headed inside from an ultimate Frisbee game at Springman Middle School in Glenview, Ill., ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court dealt a surprising setback to President Barack Obama on Tuesday by putting his climate change policy on hold while coal producers and Republican-led states challenge its legality.
The ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Back during the darkest days of the financial crisis, President Barack Obama summoned the heads of the big Wall Street banks to the White House and told them they had better get their act together. "My ...Read more
As the results of New Hampshire's primary were coming in Tuesday night, some commentators on Twitter were jubilant about the "disruption": that is, the victories of an inane socialist demagogue and a foul-mouthed ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In a devastating outcome for Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, this was the most unkindest cut of all: Women flocked to Bernie Sanders. Not by single digits, but by a margin of 55 percent to 44 percent.
There is one reason young women should support Hillary Clinton for president. It happens to be, in my judgment anyway, precisely the same reason men should support her: because she is, by leaps and bounds, the only ...Read more