Why Libertarianism Will Crush Conservatism

While conservatism sinks into irrelevance, only libertarians can bring the GOP into the 21st century.

Chinese Public Execution Video Sparks International Outrage

A video showing Chinese police executing a man in public went viral. Just how extreme can human rights violations be in the name of justice?

Facebook is Making You Sad, Lonely, Petty, and Jealous

The phrase "too much of a good thing is a bad thing" applies to Facebook, as researchers theorize that the social network stimulates envy and depression. Does this apply to all social media?

"We're The Millers" Review: Predictable, Boring, and Super White

This weekend's slapstick comedy had the potential to push boundaries of white privilege and female sexuality in contemporary popular culture, but don't be fooled: it didn't.

The Science Behind Cute Cat Photos

Here's why we find cat photos on the internet so irresistible.

The #Instastuds of Instagram Prove Gay Sex Sells, and That's a Good Thing

For these enterprising entrepreneurs, their homosexuality (and their rippling muscles) may be the best thing for their business.

"I Love Boobies" A-Okay in Schools, Rules Third Circuit Court

A case on the much-challenged cancer-awareness bracelets has paved the way to clarifying free speech rules in schools.

Sex Box: Inside Zurich's Plan to Build a Prostitution Drive-In

With the aim to monitor the sex trade in Zurich, the Swiss government opened Zurich's first sex drive-in on Thursday. Can these "sex boxes" really help monitor the world's oldest trade?

How These Awesome Women Called Out the Sexist Band Behind "Asian Girlz"

You've probably heard about the song "Asian Girlz" by now. Now learn about the women who helped call out Day Above Ground for their offensive song and video.

Limbaugh, Hannity, and Levin Will Moderate the GOP Debates Off a Cliff

Is it wise to have charismatic conservative icons moderate the 2016 GOP debates? Will this new RNC proposal create an impartial environment for conservatives or cater to its audience?

When Will We See the Next Great Asian Martial Arts Star?

The old stars are gone; the new haven't established themselves. Where is the spirit of Bruce Lee?

Time Magazine's Michael Grunwald Wants to "Take Out" Julian Assange With Drone Strike

Senior National Correspondent Michael Grunwald of Time Magazine said that he "can't wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out Julian Assange."

Hassan Nasrallah Claims He's Ready to Go Fight For Bashar Al-Assad in Syria Personally

Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah says he's ready to go fight in Syria himself if that's what it takes to shore up Bashar al-Assad's brutal regime. Syria is falling apart.

Hillary Clinton 2016 is Being Hurt By the Liberal Media

Media speculation is creating a "Hillary bubble" in 2016 waiting to burst. That will only benefit Republicans.

4 Ways the Internet Revolutionized How We Learn About Music

We often assume the internet and music industry's relationship is contentious or hostile thanks to Napster and BitTorrent. Not the case, though, when we talk about learning about music.

Darren Young Gay: You Mean There's Actually a Gay Professional Wrestler?

WWE Star Darren Young recently, and quite spontaneously, came out as gay. What does this mean for the always-campy sport of wrestling?

America's Biggest Threat to National Security? The Internet

The United States' cyber defenses are highly lacking. Here are a few reasons why the government has had difficulty securing U.S. cyberspace.

4 Recent Obama Speeches Explained in Plain English

The president has spent recent weeks touring the nation and giving speeches indicating what he will focus on during the remainder of his term. Here's the biggest four explained.

Obamacare Propaganda Sweeps Hollywood

2014 health care coverage is almost underway, and President Obama is ensuring that no stone is left unturned to selectively place pro-ACA propaganda.

North Korea Ends Hissy Fit Over Kaesong Industrial Complex

North Korea caved on Wednesday, agreeing to re-open a massive industrial complex on the border with South Korea. But don't expect this to improve North-South relations.

Afghanistan Hosts First Soccer Match in 10 Years

The Afghan society has made limited societal improvements since the Taliban regime fell back in 2001. However, all could be undone should the Taliban return to power post-2014.