The British people have spoken resoundingly, and against the fear-mongering of many of their leaders and the not-so-veiled threats from ours.
If America is to live up to its promise as the land of opportunity for all, colleges and universities must continue working to increase income diversity among their students.
Do Twitter, Facebook and Google have a duty to protect society? Did they breach that duty after the Paris terror attacks?
Britain’s Brexit vote was another “shot heard around the world.” Except this time the British people sided with the American Revolution.
There is every prospect that UK trade will decline, output will fall and the Brexit vote will push the UK back into recession.
The extraordinary defiance of this simple determination that we should govern ourselves has left me more proud of my country than ever before.
There were lots of reasons to vote for Brexit. And there were reasons to vote against it.
Our nation is at war with radical Islamic terrorism, which continues to threaten Americans at home and abroad.
The Supreme Court delivered a victory Thursday for the separation of powers and a sound blow to President Obama’s lawless power-grab.
If California Democrats have their way, Christian colleges and universities will no longer be allowed to require students attend chapel services or require them to profess a relationship with Jesus Christ.