I just zipped down a city street on an electric scooter. It cost me 15 cents a minute.
Are those who question the severity of global warming worse than Nazis? I wouldn’t think so, but YouTube, owned by Google, seems to.
YouTube just added an “information panel” to all my videos about climate change.
Social Security is running out of money. You may not believe that, but it’s a fact.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is all over the internet! New York Magazine says he is “quietly building a digital media empire.”
Union protesters and celebrity advocates have decided that waiters’ tips aren’t big enough.
While self-proclaimed “democratic socialists” win Democratic primaries in America, actual socialists in Cuba are finally backing away from some of the ideas that kept Cubans poor.
Want to sip a refreshing beverage this summer?
Warren Farrell was once considered a feminist leader. He hung around with Gloria Steinem and wrote about why men and women should break out of rigid old gender roles.
We celebrate the Fourth of July because that’s the day the Declaration of Independence was signed, 242 years ago.
I’m not surprised that mobs shriek at Trump administration officials in restaurants and that Maxine Waters wants more of that. I’ve watched this happen at American colleges.
Upset because Facebook and Google invade your privacy? Be glad you don’t live in China.
“Shame on you! Shame on you!” chanted protestors after psychology professor Jordan Peterson said he’d refuse to obey a law that would require everyone to call people by the pronoun they prefer — pronouns like “ze” instead of “he” or “she.”
“Are you on the take?” When I tried to get Edgewater, New Jersey, politicians to answer that question, the mayor wouldn’t discuss it, ultimately telling me, “You may sit down.”
Today, all Americans are told, “Go to college!”
On TV crime shows like “CSI,” “NCIS” and “Law & Order,” science gets the bad guys.
Seattle is worried about the well-being of the poor and mentally ill people living there, so it’s going to drive businesses out of town.
People hate Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
Why does American journalist Abby Martin do propaganda for socialist murderers?
What should be done about school shootings?
The cable bill was the last straw, says Kristin Tate. “That’s the one that really made me mad.”
We’ve been told conservatives don’t believe in science, and that there’s a “Republican war on science.”
Soda will cost you more in Philadelphia, Seattle, Boulder, Colorado, and a bunch of California cities because politicians in those places voted to tax it.
In the movie “The Matrix,” swallowing a red pill reveals the truth, while downing a blue pill leaves you trapped in illusion.
President Trump’s pick to be the new secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, is not a fan of the Paris climate agreement, the treaty that claims it will slow global warning by reducing the world’s carbon dioxide emissions.
No, President Trump, it’s not true that if you tax imported steel, we “will have protection for the first time in a long while.”
If your workplace is a union shop, are you forced to pay union dues?
Kids who attend New York City’s Success Academy charter schools do remarkably well.
Ross Ulbricht was a quiet nerd — an Eagle Scout who never cursed.
Is America the world’s freest country? Sadly, no.
The government is open again. That’s too bad.
Who will warn Americans about hate groups? The media know: the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Store owner Kamal Saleh was just hit with thousands of dollars in fines.