From crime to climate change, the hostility of ‘movements’ to data is making it impossible to address real-world problems
It’s not only incorrect, but will harm Jewish and Black Americans in the long run
2020 was a terrible year for anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and attacks on Jews. 2021 promises to be worse.
The state’s proposed new ethnic studies curriculum is even worse than you imagined
Early exit polls indicate that Democratic attitudes toward this summer’s civil unrest may have been costly
Jewish men attacked in video from Philadelphia Black Lives Matter protests tell Tablet what happened that night
The Tides Network is a powerful instrument leveraged by billionaires working to change America, while shielding their philanthropic dollars from public scrutiny. Here’s how it works.
Campus Week: The case for heterodoxy in views on race
Visiting the site of the American Golgotha reveals an ongoing catastrophe that seems unlikely to end anytime soon
Thirty-year-old lawyers throwing bombs are ‘just kids,’ while 12-year-olds are prosecuted for ‘racism.’ How youth went from a stage of human development to a protected political class.
The Nigerian (soon to be American) writer on racialism, postcolonialism, and inequality—and the power of literature
And about anti-Semitism in the world of hip-hop, from the legendary Def Jam publicist
Why social justice feels like self-help to privileged women
What can American statue-topplers learn from Europe?
When the moral imperative trumps the rational evidence, there’s no arguing
How we got to the new normal
But is the era of hope-and-change problem-solving and bridge-building liberalism he represents over?
A Q&A with Kevin MacDonald, the country’s most influential white identitarian ideologue
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