“Who is a legitimate press organization?” is an important question, but the answer lies in an organization’s transparency and accuracy, not independence.
The audio released of lewd comments about women made by Donald Trump in 2005 are indefensible and unsurprising considering he is a serial philanderer.
The Washington Post’s headline about Donald Trump was opinion, not news. However Trump’s response, as someone who wants to be President, is unacceptable.
Shane Vander Hart: It is alarming that Donald Trump, who has a history of being litigious, as President would concern himself with “opening up” libel laws.
A political cartoonist for The Washington Post portrayed the daughters of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) as trained monkeys and said they were fair game.
For all of the hype that the Common Core State Standards were developed under a transparent process only one in three Americans have heard of them.
Attorney General Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice’s actions toward members of the media have a chilling effect on the freedom of the press.
Looking at Mitt Romney’s defeat and the Republican brand what went wrong on election day and where do Republicans go from here?
Jay Matthews’ article in The Washington Post recognizes that homeschooling is growing just as fast as charter schools as a education alternative.