We should see STEM-mania for what it is: a product of decades of successful lobbying and public relations by certain interests.
An incoming Supreme Court justice is the headliner at a made-for-TV Republican Party event at a Republican White House. But rest assured, he’ll strive to be fair to everybody.
Is it just me, or are our democratic institutions looking pretty feeble? Congress, led by the Republican Party, has refused to even offer up a token check on the president.
The president — buoyed by Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, et al. — is ripping our democracy and social fabric apart at the seams.
The nature of your thought changes during vigorous exercise, especially when doing it outdoors, and life and all of its problems become, for a little while anyway, much more manageable.
Proposed gun-control measures simply set the limits under which individuals can purchase and operate firearms, and do nothing to interfere with responsible gun owners.
In a democracy, people need to make their views on important issues known — because if they don’t, they might as well not even have views at all.