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'S-Town' As Sessions Town: Revealing The Alabama World Of Native Son Jeff Sessions

At the apex of the current podcast rankings is a bizarrely fascinating narrative winding its way back in time through Southern inhospitality, decrepit Dixie dreams, and forlorn frustration. The story of John B. McLemore unfolds around...Show More Summary

Many Christians Have Wrongly Made Bill O'Reilly Their Media Christ Figure

This isn’t going to be an article bashing Christians, who are an easy (and in many cases, unfair) target these days. Many of the Christians I have known have always dedicated themselves to love, charity, and the welfare of children.Show More Summary

Kendall Jenner And Pepsi Team-Up To Commodify The Struggle

I can’t say that I keep up with the Kardashians (and Jenners), but I do hear about them often. From what I have seen and heard, I would have to say that Kendall was my favorite, because she never did too much. However, this week she, as well as Pepsi, did entirely too much. Pepsi released a commercial starring Kendall Jenner. Show More Summary

Welcome To E-Estonia, The Tiny Nation That's Leading Europe In Digital Innovation

Innar Liiv, Tallinn University of Technology Big Brother does “just wants to help” – in Estonia, at least. In this small nation of 1.3 million people, citizens have overcome fears of an Orwellian dystopia with ubiquitous surveillance...Show More Summary

My Testimony Before The House Judiciary Committee On Free Speech On Campus

This morning I testified as a witness before the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice on the topic of First Amendment Protections on Public College and University Campuses. Below is my oral testimony, including some of the slides I showed the members of the Committee. Show More Summary

New Study Of 7 Nations Implausibly Claims Violent Media Use Causes Nearly 3 Times More Harm Than Abusive Parenting

A recent article in Science magazine covered the story of a new research study (full study available here) linking violent video games and movies to aggression. The study claims the link is almost three times stronger than abusive parenting. Show More Summary

Poll Finds Surge Of Political Activism On The Left

By Mark Blumenthal and Erin Pinkus In the wake of the election of Donald Trump, Americans on the political left are reporting a wave of activism far surpassing that reported by others across the partisan spectrum. According to new results...Show More Summary

How Russia Fed Our Addiction

If someone tells you it is Tea-time, you know you are in Britain. Since the early 18th Century, Britain has been one of the world’s greatest consumers of tea, at nearly 5lbs of the stuff per person per year. The problem from the start was that Britain did not grow tea. Show More Summary

Preventing The Next Trump

Democrats are feeling a bit better these days. Obamacare is looking safe, the Republican caucus continues to be incapable of agreeing on the right way to zip their fly and shoes are dropping on a near daily basis in a Russia treason probe, like stilettos from Imelda Marcos’ closet. Show More Summary

All The News That’s Fit To Buy

“Fake news” comes in many different forms. Before the 2016 presidential election, the term was used to describe modern day yellow journalism?false or misleading news stories widely shared on social media platforms. The term was later...Show More Summary

Mass Shootings Still Happen All The Time, So Why Does The Press Look Away?

The argument, first at a gas station and then outside a home, started over missing car keys. In the early hours of Monday morning, police stepped in to quell the dispute between Allen Cashe and his girlfriend, Latina Herring, at a Sanford, FL, gas station. Show More Summary

What Refusing To Fill Out A March Madness Bracket Says About Trump As A President

The past two weeks of March Madness have brought the usual crowded sports bars, office pools, and buzzer beaters. But this year has been a bit different. For the first time since 2008, the president of the United States has decided not...Show More Summary

Will Trump Continue To Pull From A Pro Wrestling Playbook?

By R. Tyson Smith, Muhlenberg College During a panel at Harvard on March 7 on press and the presidency, political journalist Jessica Yellin described Donald Trump’s conflict with the press as “WWF, media edition: In one corner, Donald Trump, defending the anti-institutionalist position, fighting the elites. Show More Summary

9 Utterly Improbable Headlines For April Fools' Day

Here, then, a collection of couldn’t-possibly-ever-happen news stories that are the media equivalent of being tricked into thinking your shoelace is untied. Of course, these scenarios could never actually occur. Or whatever you need to believe. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

These Women are Bringing Disabilities Education to YouTube

YouTube continues to grown overtime as a platform where millions of creators upload thousands of videos each day. From Tag Videos to Short Films, YouTube provides a space for creators of all kinds to share their work with the world. However, it can become hard to find new creators with the overwhelming amount of content that exists on the website. Show More Summary

Was The National Enquirer The 'Source' For Devin Nunes's Claim That Trump Was Surveilled?

On Wednesday, March 22, Republican Devin Nunes accused U.S. spy agencies of abusing their powers by gathering and disseminating information relating to members of President-elect Trump’s transition team – possibly including Trump himself. Show More Summary

Why Do Trump Voters Believe His Lies? It's Not Because They're Stupid

The cornerstones of President Trump’s campaign were promises to appeal Obamacare and ban Muslims from the US. It took Trump less than 70 days to fail on both promises. And yet, despite his epic fails, lies and incompetence, Trump’s base supports him like they’re spanx and he’s Marie Osmond. Show More Summary

Former Colorado Republican Chair, Charged with Voter Fraud, Resigns from Talk Radio Show

The morning after voter fraud charges were filed against KLZ 560-AM morning host Steve Curtis, there he was, on the KLZ air, interviewing William Gheen, who’s on a “mission” against illegal immigration. But things changed during theShow More Summary

Latin American Presidents Love Twitter – And That's Not A Good Sign

Miguel Angel Latouche, Universidad Central de Venezuela The Conversation Global’s series, Politics in the Age of Social Media, examines how governments around the world rely on digital tools to exercise power. Latin American democracy was born with an original sin: income inequality – the highest in the world. Show More Summary

Truth In Politics: This Way Lies Madness

I spent decades in public office and know the political vagaries of truth as well as anyone. People advocate, tweak, argue, spin and more. But there’s been little patience for lies. Truth is hard to define. It’s not opinion, and it’s not fact, and it’s almost impossible to know in a particular controversy. Show More Summary

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