Compensating people at a level that far exceeds the practical value of the work they’re creating doesn’t actually help ANYONE. (Except the unions and the Democratic Party, but it’s only helping them in the short term.)
Dr. Phyllis Chesler gets an education on the Middle East from an over-confident 20-year-old internship applicant.
Women are joining the Afghan Air Force as pilots. But will a U.S. military contract with Brazil prevent them from flying the same missions as their male counterparts?
I plan to get married, but have I waited too long to get around to it? Maybe.
When moral truth becomes politically incorrect, even otherwise sensible people lose their bearings.
A left-wing “children’s advocacy” group known as the “Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood” is committed to ridding the airwaves of any hint of children’s advertising in order to protect their malleable minds from corporate greed. That includes banning certain advertising on “American Idol.”
Ron Paul’s descent into self-parody continues. Earlier this week, the newly official presidential candidate offered his unique take on the mission that killed Osama bin Laden.
Over and over, the Peace Corps covers up rape and blames the victims. Agendas and “progressive” programs mean all; actual women mean nothing to this pet program of the Left.
Those who argue that it is unnecessary to destroy Hamas do not comprehend the threat that a well-armed Iranian proxy within a morning’s drive to Tel Aviv really means.