Pointless change that will increase costs and create confusion.
An interesting argument, albeit about a tiny and vastly over-discussed segment.
Journalism is terrible except when compared to the alternatives.
If the younger generation seems to be maturing later, there are good reasons.
The lack of common understandings and shared assumptions makes political conversations challenging.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
The evidence is clear. Injustice feeds rage and rage sometimes boils over.
She’s been fibbing about how she left a teaching job nearly half a century ago.
On documents and the degree to which they speak for themselves.
Senators Warren and Sanders have both proposed plans to forgive student loan debt and make public colleges tuition-free. That’s easier said than done.
The Democratic Socialist wants to absorb $1.6 trillion of student debt.
One of the most well-known architects of the modern era has passed away.
The cases of Ralph Northam and Mark Herring raise a question of when, if ever, something we did in the past should follow us for the rest of our lives.
While often portrayed as left-leaning, the public broadcaster is ruthlessly capitalistic in its labor practices.
America promised immigrants who volunteered to serve in our military a fast track to citizenship. Now, we’re throwing them out.
In a decision that hands a victory to both sides, the Supreme Court has partly upheld, and partly lifted, the stay on President Trump’s Executive Order that banned travel from six majority-Muslim nations.
Journalistic malpractice has real consequences.
Going to or, preferably, graduating from college makes it far more likely you’ll have a job. The numbers don’t lie.
International relations prof mostly assign readings by male scholars. Female profs are slightly less likely to do so.
A Congressman wants to force Supreme Court Justices to get their health care through the ObamaCare exchange.
Lee Siegel takes to the NYT to explain “Why I Defaulted on My Student Loans.”
A review of Rolling Stone’s now discredited report of a sexual assault at the University of Virginia reveals a shocking failure of journalistic ethics.
Even innocent interactions with women in public can amount to harassment. Where should we draw the line?
It’s hard for a party to win four straight presidential elections. The Democrats may pull it off.
My latest for RealClearDefense: “Senator Walsh’s Unrepresentative Black Mark on Professional Military Education”
While it’s been much derided in recent years, there’s a definite economic benefit to obtaining a college degree,
Today’s foreign-policy disputes rarely consider the way America’s response to one crisis might affect another.
The Affirmative Action debate is too divisive and largely misses the point.
Most peer-reviewed research is crap.
Is Harvard University the Lake Wobegon of the Ivy League or are Harvard students really that smart?