Nicholas Clairmont is the Life and Arts editor of the Washington Examiner Magazine and a freelance reporter and writer. Follow him on Twitter @nickclairmont1.
At a moment of peak social media outrage, Taylor Lorenz’s debut book, ‘Extremely Online,’ feels quaintly dated
In the best ways, and also the worst
The controversy over whether Jill Biden should be addressed as ‘doctor’ is a sign of the importance of educational credentialing as a social sorting mechanism
The jargon and weird abstractions are central to the birth of a new elite, which uses the language of wokese as a barrier to entry
New books attempt to answer: Is the American president a tyrant? And if so, what kind?
Is there room in the culture anymore for nuance?
A consistent foreign policy can be one that clearly speaks out against the Assads of the world but then says, we can’t go to war in all these places and we can’t intervene in all these places