In this #MeToo environment, Cory Booker’s obsession with giving hugs and talking about love is a little off-putting.
Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen once compared his $50,000 per speech public speaking career to a “loose woman” getting paid for sexual intercourse.
The National Science Foundation is spending over $1 million to train two-dozen “social justice” math teachers in Philadelphia.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $100,000 studying elderly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals who have Alzheimer’s but do not have HIV.
A federal government program to promote gender equality in Afghanistan and help women find employment is costing taxpayers over $200 million but has only found jobs for 55 women.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $170,000 studying how to crack down on distracted pedestrians looking at their phones when crossing the street by sending people warning messages on their phones to look at while they cross the street.
The New York Times has found the answer to why Roger Federer lost in the fourth round at the U.S. Open to some Australian nobody: global warming.
While the federal government considers increased regulation for electronic cigarettes, the United Kingdom is moving in the opposite direction, calling for a change in national policy that sees e-cigarettes as an important tool for smoking cessation.
An editorial by a feminist professor at Northeastern University that advocates it is okay for women to hate men “#BecausePatriarchy” has now led to a Title IX complaint.
Brown University is censoring findings from its own study on transgender youth, which found evidence that teens can be influenced by social media and their friend circles to want to change their gender identity.