In an attempt to reclaim radicalized citizens, Lund County in Sweden is offering housing grants and free driver’s licenses to those who wish to leave ISIS. The rationale?
A group of art students from George Washington University is calling for a number of radical changes in government. One of their demands?
American internet users are pulling their hair out over an apparent cyber attack today. Just after 9 A.M.
A group of black students at Texas Christian University are begging white people for free stuff. No, seriously.
The Student Senate at the University of California wants their school to offer reserved spots for scholarship awards to Syrian refugees.
WikiLeaks has tweeted that more surprises are on the way.
Faculty at the University of Toronto are up in arms following a professor’s refusal to use ‘genderless pronouns.
Many modern feminists (including whoever wrote this article) look to Madonna for inspiration.
People are giving Trump a lot of flack for calling Hillary Clinton a ‘nasty woman’ at last night’s debate.
One of the most damning black streaks against Hillary is the allegation that she’s paid protesters to incite violence at Trump rallies.
Over the past 24 hours, the mainstream media has been absolutely flooded with anti-Trump rhetoric.
Watching last night’s presidential debate, it wasn’t all that hard to spot Hillary Clinton’s tactic.
DNC interim Chairwoman Donna Brazile had a rough interview with Megyn Kelly.
According to Fox News reporter Jesse Watters, several media members made very little attempt to hide their pro-Hillary bias while covering Wednesday night’s debate in Las Vegas.
Nothing says “liberal” like shouting down a mother whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant.
During an interview on CNN this morning, Congressman Chris Collins was participating in a look-ahead to tonight’s third presidential debate.
What could be better than inviting Bill Clinton’s rape victims to a presidential debate against Hillary?
A bulletin board at Florida State University cautions students about cultural appropriation on Halloween, which includes – interestingly – Harambe costumes.