‘The New York Times’ and the creepy personal and ideological logic of public confessions
It’s not about celebrities. It’s about us losing trust in each other.
How the drive to censor everything and everyone is bringing about a new renaissance
Jonathan Haidt’s early work attempted to explain the origins of our political differences. His new Heterodox Academy is looking for ways to move past them.
Why can’t young feminists seem to acknowledge their agency, or fathom that they experience desire at all?
Campus Week: How did an elite, repressive minority policing speech and culture through political correctness come to browbeat the American democratic majority?
This is what happens when well-meaning philo-Semites and assimilated Jews, the kind of people who run schools like Friends Seminary, have more respect for imagined Jewish sensitivities than for Jews’ actual history and culture
In chilling note, Literary Hub announces that “there can be no meaningful separation of the literary and the political”
What ‘The Simpsons’ can teach us about nationalism, identity, and the American future
To deal with the PC crazies on college campuses, and to heal the rifts between red and blue America, just make military service mandatory
A dialogue with Adam Kirsch, about her new collection ‘Free Women, Free Men’
On his 98th birthday, the sad story of one writer’s struggle with the bullying from within his own political party
How the regressive left’s new campaign against Hillary Clinton represents the cannibalizing of American liberalism
The university’s guidelines claim that the restrictions reflect the school’s ‘commitment to diversity and inclusiveness’
Campus Week: The problem with protests isn’t that they’re radical, but that they’re not radical enough
A recent controversy over potentially offensive Halloween costumes at the Ivy League campus makes me ask: Where are the adults?
Entering its 19th season, the cartoon about foul-mouthed fourth graders expertly identifies political correctness as an emotional reaction, not an intellectual argument
In a recent interview, the funny man shares a parenting anecdote, and tells us why many comedians will no longer perform at colleges
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