Forceful reintegration of Taiwan into mainland China would be a disaster for Taiwan, but it does not need to be a disaster for the United States.
After a four-month investigation, Georgetown concludes I wasn’t yet an employee when I wrote an errant tweet.
Today, Dean Theodore Ruger of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School did an about-face, abandoning both his earlier defense of the importance of faculty expressive rights and his university’s strong policies purporting to secure those rights. Two weeks ago, Ruger issued a strong statement sharply denouncing professor Amy Wax, whose comments on immigration during an off-campus debate with Glenn […]
A new publication warns that a potential war with China would last longer than the US realizes
The U.S. is leading a new coalition of “nations of good will” as the goal expands from supporting Ukraine to weakening Russia and outlasting Putin.
The U.S. Supreme Court has consistently banned school-sponsored prayer in public schools. At the same time, lower courts have generally forbidden public school employees from openly praying in the workplace, even if no students are involved. Yet on June 27, the Supreme Court effectively gave individual employees’ prayer the thumbs up – potentially ushering in more religious activities in […]
When Americans think of their institutions, they have little trust. And, why would they trust any of our institutions?
Lawmakers release documents they say make the case for tougher regulation; tech companies dispute need for change
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A month after some members of Congress urged Google to limit the appearance of anti-abortion pregnancy centers in certain abortion-related search results