If you're outraged and don't know why, but, since your BFFs are, you are too, then this column is for you.
Trigger warning: If you're one of those precious little snowflakes who #StandWithMizzou and support the #MillionStudentMarch, be warned: the following contains potentially "hurtful" microaggressions that may invade the reality-free sanctuary of your Safe Space™ and leave you cowering in the fetal position.
If this is you, then read at your own risk. more >>
Ever wanted to see exactly what happens when you leave a slice of grapefruit unrefrigerated for 72 days straight?
Well wonder no more as the YouTube Account known as Temponaut Timelapse has uploaded a video that will satisfy your curiousity.
With some rocking instrumental music in the background, the video starts out showing a perfectly healthy grapefruit half. more >>
Democratic Party presidential candidates presented ways during Saturday's debate, hosted by CBS News, in Iowa on how to best raise taxes in order to pay for various policies they hope to implement if elected.
Before a crowd at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa on Saturday evening, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley debated foreign and domestic policy issues during the second Democratic Debate.
When a panelist asked the candidates how they would pay for things like debt-free college and mandatory family leave, responses focused on increased taxation. more >>
A scientist has denounced the merit of a recently released study that claims atheist children are more altruistic than religious children.
Earlier this month academic periodical Current Biology published a study that concluded that children raised in non-religious homes were more altruistic than ones raised in religious households.
Tom Trinko, a scientist with a Ph.D. in physics, penned a column for the conservative American Thinker denouncing the study as "pseudoscience." more >>
In response to recent waves of campus activism, Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson is warning Americans about the dangers of political correctness, while Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders helped inspire the Million Student March movement.
Carson, who is an alumnus of Yale University, appeared on Fox & Friends Thursday to warn Americans about intolerance of free ideas on many college campuses.
"There is a level of intolerance for things that are not so-called politically correct that is growing and it's really threatening our freedoms," declared Carson. more >>
Is white privilege causing the problems at The University of Missouri? The simple answer is no. Let me explain why.
Anger and frustration over "marginalized students' experience" had been brewing on campus for quite a while, dating back at least to the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, just over a hundred miles away. Tension escalated with incidents of racial name-calling on campus, and the vandalism of a dorm with a swastika made of feces.
I think opponents of the protestors (and the subsequent resignations) would do well to recognize several things. more >>