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Will Google survive the revelations of its political bias, or are those revelations nothing new? We delve into the complexities of the world in which...
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In his now infamous internal memo, the software engineer James Damore wrote about “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.” The document alleged that the number of women...
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This week Facebook made nice with conservatives who were worried about reports of its censoring trending news to reflect the liberal bias of those who...

Despite a stalled peace process and a recent Arab Peace Initative that has no hope of achieving its stated goal (as Jonathan and Seth discussed...

Earlier today North Korea released a barrage of unprovoked and unexpected insults toward the United States, declaring that the U.S. is the “archenemy of the Korean...

There's something about North Korea that gives liberal idealists amnesia. They're quick to believe that change is afoot, too willing to overlook the evidence that...

I keep a list of historical analogies -- derived from years of grading papers -- that tell me that the individual using them is (to...

President Obama is still talking American greatness: “What we can do – what America does better than anyone – is spark the creativity and imagination...

Someone should tell liberals that the old days are over. Not so long ago, if you wanted to prove that a member of the chattering classes had...

Here is Letty Cottin Pogrebin, author of the upcoming book The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict, in next...

One can understand if the editors of the New York Times, Guardian, and Der Spiegel have no respect for the secrecy needed to wage war...

Google continued its moral stand against censorship this week, releasing a white paper linking free speech and free exchange of information to free trade and...