You can look at the financial health of Social Security in many ways, writes Tom Anderson/CNBC.
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Editor’s note: Originally posted in 2012, this article gets at the Jewish ethnic angle behind the “War on Christmas.”
Ahead of the elections in France, Austria and the Netherlands and the Italy referendum, the stakes for Europe are high as rising right-wing populism challenges mainstream politics and the future of the European Union
A professor at Philadelphia’s Drexel University has a heartwarming Christmas message: Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies George Ciccariello-Maher is wishing for a “white genocide.”
Investigators say a Phoenix man was plotting a ‘lone wolf’ attack in support of ISIS.
GOP lawmakers in Wisconsin are reportedly threatening to block additional state funding unless a new course at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, called “The Problem of Whiteness” is canceled.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison released a statement to reassure the public that “The Problem of Whiteness” class was not intended to be offensive. The course, which aims to explore “what it really means to be white,” is optional, but fulfills the school’s ethnic studies graduation requirement. The statement, released Monday, defends the African Cultural Studies […]
Former President Bill Clinton has his reasons why Hillary lost the election to Donald Trump, and none of them involve the failures of his wife to connect with the real-life concerns of working-class America.
This December, 2016, marks the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the first ten amendments to the US Constitution which would become known as the “Bill of Rights.” To secure passage of the Constitution, the framers of the document (the Federalists) had to agree that it would contain explicit language on individual rights.