The Shaming of Cheryl Rios, by Ian Tuttle;

Islamic State operating in Mexico, by Jessica Chasmar;

The Crusades Haven’t Been in the News Lately, by John Hinderaker;

When the biggest threat to your kids is the government, by Timothy P. Carney;

Harvard welcomes noted racketeer Steven Donziger to discuss Chevron Shakedown, by Jazz Shaw;

… and, although this is two days late for the 103rd anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, it is still quite a fascinating, first-hand, immediate account of a survivor:

The Sinking of the ‘Titanic’, 1912, by Elizabeth Shutes