Leah Bell is on a mission to challenge what we’re traditionally told about college and what it takes to be successful. — There is a ridiculous notion that the smart kids go to college and the ones who do not won’t amount to anything. This is exactly why so many students go to college. They […]
Cabot O’Callaghan is fed up with the lies perpetuated by mass culture and the media and ready for some real change.
Black Widow isn’t real, but the millions of women and girls called “sluts” everyday are. Somehow, Jeremy Renner still thinks his joke was okay.
Eric Shapiro realizes a whole lot of people wish the protesters in Baltimore should just go home. Here’s why he believes that is the last place they should go.
Ramone Romero thinks it’s pretty ironic that people who want to keep offensive Native mascots complain about losing their heritage.
Are student loans a bubble like real estate was?
Britni de la Cretaz condemns Madonna’s clear sexual violation of Drake at Coachella, and notes that it’s not the first time the star has acted out white supremacy.
We cannot allow the media to romanticize and downplay child sexual assault. This is not a love story. This is a horrifying story of abuse.
Could a sharp-tongued journalist with a reputation for bitter honesty be the person we need to bring some sense to our 24/7 media circus?
Julie France discusses the seemingly unbridgeable divide currently separating the Israeli left from the Israeli right.
Dear Phil Robertson: A moral code based upon anything other than compassion for others is not really moral. Now, ask God to forgive you for the harm you’ve caused.
If our goal is peace, how can destroying all of Islam be the answer?
If you think a college degree will bring you success, here’s why you should think twice. — Challenging my beliefs piqued my curiosity, and I began gathering information. It is time to stop the insanity! The insanity of blindly believing what we’re told! The insanity of blindly going to college because we think it will […]
It took two hundred thousand years for man to develop the written word, another five thousand years to mass-produce it, and one generation to forget it.
After reading an article blasting men who don’t spend lavishly on dates, James Rigdon commented…and then kept writing.
Without him, the birth control pill wouldn’t exist.