By Dan Calabrese You’re right. This doesn’t prove he’s innocent. Twenty-five women saying “he didn’t sexually assault me” doesn’t prove it didn’t happen to the 26th. But here’s why this matters: We have an accusation
By Dan Calabrese Google is absolutely, positively, without question, beyond a shadow of a doubt, not biased. But just in case, its CEO Sundar Pichai figured he had better make sure Google’s employees know that.
By Dan Calabrese There are breaches of trust and ethics so serious that they warrant the highest and most severe possible penalty. We rarely see such penalties applied, not necessarily because they are not justified
By Robert Laurie If you were to make a list of everything that’s wrong with Washington, the phrase ‘politicians care to much about what voters want’ would probably not make an appearance. Usually, the knock
By Herman Cain Imagine government bureaucrats in Washington deciding whether your life is worth saving or not. Such a nightmare that could very well become a reality should the Democrats get their way. When the
By Dan Calabrese Since this has never been anything but a delay tactic, there’s no sense accommodating it when the demands of the delayers are becoming increasingly nonsensical. No one is trying to deny Christine