President Donald Trump has now sued the New York Times, the Washington Post, and CNN over opinion pieces that they've published - and really, he should stop.
Too many people don't look at things objectively and try to see the facts; they instead look at them through their partisan lenses and try to figure out how to twist or spin them to fit their own 'side.'
I'm sorry, but there is absolutely no reason why bacon envelope glue should exist, let alone be so popular that it's sold out.
See, as a libertarian, I am actually far more liberal on the issue of immigration than many people might expect.
It's always better to treat those with whom you disagree with compassion - if not for compassion's sake, then because it makes it much more likely that they'll actually be willing to listen to what you have to say.
Our freedom to criticize the government - as openly and brutally as we want to - serves as a vital check against unbridled government power and control.
Yes, the First Amendment gives us the right to be 'offensive' with our speech. Given the fact that a new thing seems to be declared 'racist' or 'sexist' every day, I'm certainly glad that we do have this protection.
I was in the journalism program in college and had some internships in print journalism during the summers. The plan was to go to Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism to learn broadcasting after I graduated. I was enrolled and everything, but ultimately decided that I could never afford to pay back the loan I'd have to take out.
There is value in education, but, as we do with anything else, we should start being careful to weigh that value with the price tag that's attached to it.
I think there are no good people at a white supremacist rally, and apparently that's just a real controversial take.
The United States is, after all, supposed to be a free country - and it has never made any sense to me that choices about what to put into our own bodies aren't ours and ours alone.
I will never, ever support a law that could clearly lead to an abuse of power just because of some lip service assuring me that it won't be used that way. To me, that's not enough.
It's time to stop locking people up for victimless crimes.
There's people on the left who refuse to consider that anybody but the government can solve any of their problems.
The truth of the matter is, 'uncomfortable' does not equal 'unsafe,' and 'disagreement' does not equal 'danger.'
A person in power should never use his position to intimidate citizens from exercising their rights.
People often give Biden a pass for inaccurate and misleading statements - writing them off as nothing more than Crazy Uncle Joe being Crazy Uncle Joe.
I have lexical-gustatory synesthesia. I can taste, and always have tasted, words. I remember when I was a kid and learning to read I mentioned to my mom that certain words I was learning tasted certain ways, thinking everyone was like that, and didn't understand why she didn't get what I was saying.
Although I certainly do love animals, I have to admit that I also love eating them. (Particularly cows. And chickens. And the occasional lamb).
As both a First Amendment absolutist and as an American, I want to keep our government as far away from our press as possible.
Getting the police involved or levying an absurd punishment just because that's what some zero-tolerance rule mandates - even though it's clear that the student in question wasn't a danger - doesn't make anyone safer. Worse, it can actually cause harm.
I've lived a passionate life.
Trump and his supporters often lambast news sources such as CNN as being the 'fake-news media' whose only goal is to take him down, and they're really doing themselves no favors when they say things that seem to support that.
Like him or not, you really should respect the fact that Justin Amash makes his political decisions based only on his principles - which is truly refreshing in our hyper-partisan era.
Many people have made sacrifices to continue their education, or to allow their children to continue theirs. Others have made sacrifices by taking a path that didn't include continuing, because they could not afford to do so. None of these are things that could ever be replaced with cash.