Glenn Greenwald told CNN's Brian Stelter on Sunday that receiving the Pulitzer Prize for public service was "really gratifying."
Contrary to how the mainstream media tries to portray the U.S. as an innocent bystander in Ukraine, the reality is that provocative meddling has been going on for a very long time.
If you know more about freedom fighters in Ukraine than you do about freedom fighters and government-caused animal atrocities at a remote ranch in Nevada, you can, once again, blame your lack of knowledge on a mainstream, corporate-owned, lockstep me
Everything you and I are doing right now to try to save humanity and the planet probably won't matter in a hundred years.
We still want flying cars, but we'll settle for driverless ones.
We don’t need a ruling class, Lew Rockwell tells Ben Swann.
A friend of mine emailed me an article titled “Home Schoolers make good citizens”.The first thing that ran through my mind was, “If home schoolers make good citizens, those parents are doing it wrong.”
BILL O'REILLY: You also have said in your promoting of this book that you want less government intrusion. Is that correct?
Before anyone jumps to the conclusion that I am insensitive to the fate of the 239 persons aboard Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and to their families and friends, let me assure you that I empathize as much as others with the suffering inflicted upon
Meet The Google Engineer And Occupy Wall Street Organizer Who Wants Silicon Valley To Run The Country
The toxic substances were identified as Tritium, Cesium and Strontium, being carried far and wide by winds, rain and ocean currents, entering the food chain through seaweed and seafood, building up high levels of toxicity in the fish – and humans – a
Are you thinking of going to college? If so, please consider that decision very carefully.
What is the shelf life of a system that rewards confidence-gaming sociopaths rather than competence?
I bought a few jazz records over the weekend, as I do whenever the opportunity arises. One was a 10-inch Mercury LP from 1950, produced by Norman Granz and titled “Charlie Parker with Strings.” The disc was a bit controversial when producer Granz bro
Welcome to Part II of our series that asks the question of whether or not college is necessary. In Part I, we took a look at the history of higher education in America.
Forget diversification. Jim Rogers has identified the world’s next great investment opportunity, and in a recent interview the famed guru said he is willing to put all his considerable fortune there.
Alexander McCobin co-founder and president of the Koch-funded Students For Liberty is out with a piece attacking Ron Paul’s call for the U.S. stop meddling in the Ukraine.
Last Thursday Chris Hedges opened a team debate at the Oxford Union at Oxford University with this speech arguing in favor of the proposition “This house would call Edward Snowden a hero.”
The post-Crimea sanctions are meant to squeeze top Russian officials and businessmen. But will the measures just push them closer to the Kremlin?
Britons see Russia in a more positive light than the European Union, despite recent tensions with Moscow over Ukraine, according to a poll published on Saturday.
Sen. Ayotte: Chance to Give Putin a Punch in the Nose
"Nearly every election cycle, a poll comes out suggesting that many Americans, and a big chunk of swing voters, think of themselves as “fiscally conservative but socially liberal,” and therefore possibly open to libertarian candidates who want to pol
Vladimir Putin just made what perhaps will go down as a historic speech. It included some scathing critiques of US foreign policy. I openly admit, that I think he raises a number of interesting questions and makes some valid critiques.
Although we have made great strides toward women's equality over the last few decades, men and women still spend their time in different ways.
Day in and day out barbers shoot the breeze with the wide variety of men who walk into their shops. As these men settle in the barber’s chair and get a trim, they share tidbits about their lives, their problems, and their observations on the world to
TMOT Qualifies & Says Damn Political Endorsements
The rap on Wes Anderson is that he doesn't make movies so much as build castles in the air. To Anderson haters, from Bottle Rocket and Rushmore to Fantastic Mr. Fox and Moonrise Kingdom, his films reek of pressed flowers, too stale and studied to fee
Happy thirtieth birthday to This Is Spinal Tap, which licked the world's love pump this week in 1984.
Pew has released a new survey about the social and political attitudes of various generations, and it makes for interesting reading.
An American anchor working for state-owned television station Russia Today quit on air on Wednesday.