I haven’t seen Get Out. I’ve tried to stay far away from anything close to the horror genre since I saw the Strangers in 2008.
Journalist and education reformer Campbell Brown announced on Friday that she would be joining Facebook in a business role. Brown will be partnering with news organizations to improve their business models and figure out how those organizations can better profit from their relationship with the social media giant.
Washington Free Beacon executive editor Sonny Bunch is a man of many opinions. And he voices them constantly on the internet. Bunch may have several terrible opinions, from loving Mad Max and Man of Steel and Anne Hathaway to describing cargo shorts as “great.” But one thing is clear, Bunch has great taste in men. Who doesn’t appreciate a good male lead who can make a brooding, troubled man with a withering stare look sexy?
It turns out winning the Super Bowl isn’t just parties and parades, at least if the IRS has anything to say about it.
Despite the war on women Republicans have been waging throughout the 2014 election, Republican women had a great election night.
The New York Times lays out some of the problems with socialized medicine in Britain in an article published Wednesday.
After more than a decade of planning and $44 million spent, a proposed memorial for President Dwight D. Eisenhower may never be built. A House Committee on Natural Resources report published last week revealed the extent of the money wasted on the already controversial project.
A group of conservative feminists on Thursday agreed that the statistics being used to create the impression of a “campus culture of rape” are overblown, though they admitted that sexual assaults to sometimes take place on campus.
Sen. Mike Lee (R., Utah) spoke about the problems of cronyism in American government during a speech he gave at the Heritage Foundation Wednesday.
National Journal released its 2013 vote ratings on Thursday. The ratings are based on roll-call votes from 2013 and compared on an ideological scale. Votes on noncontroversial issues and issues that fall along regional lines were not included.