Census 2021

The Problem with the 2020 Census Citizenship Question

On March 26, the U.S. Commerce Department announced that a citizenship question would be added to the 2020 census. This question, originally proposed by the Department of Justice, would ostensibly help enforce the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Sanctuary Cities Prioritize Public Safety

All citizens have an interest in the fight against crime and disease. Since immigrants might not seek police or medical services if such care would threaten their residency.

Transgender Activists Aim to Disempower Parents Rights

Transgenderism is part of a movement that is hostile to traditional family life. The traditional family is based on the idea that the needs of children are supplied by parents with rights and responsibilities to meet those needs.
Cambridge Analytica HQ

Cambridge Analytica Violated U.S. Law

For decades, the FEC has interpreted the “directly or indirectly” language in this statutory ban broadly to include participation by foreign nationals in decisions involving election-related activities.

Could Polio Soon Be Eradicated?

The lessons infectious disease preparedness and response researchers are learning in Pakistan, during what’s hopefully a final push against polio, will also apply elsewhere, as public health experts work to wipe out other infectious diseases around the world.

Sex, Privacy Laws, and the Internet

Eric Greitens is the current governor of Missouri and was once a rising star in the Republican Party. But his closet contained a major skeleton.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark

Why Is Denmark So Happy?

Denmark’s place among the world’s happiest countries is consistent with many other national surveys of happiness (or, as psychologists call it, “subjective well-being”).

My Brother Was Killed at Sandy Hook

My six-year-old brother, Noah, was murdered in his classroom. His twin sister, Arielle, and older sister, Sophia, survived. That day is burned into my memory forever.
Vanguard satellite

Vanguard 1 Celebrates 60 Years in Orbit

Other early satellites—such as Sputnik 1, the first satellite to leave Earth in 1957, and Explorer 1, the first US satellite—have long since re-entered the atmosphere and burnt up.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

School Officer Training Needs Updating

Despite legitimate concerns about the effects of placing school resource officers in the nation’s schools, the reality is having these officers on a school’s campus can literally save lives and avert tragedy.