So recent you can still taste the bile
- Campus protests against the ACLU?
- The arc of his life vindicated his moral critics, conservative and feminist
- Hidden (and illegal) bailouts to insurance companies
- Passive observers of the polarization?
- The new normal: antagonisms, inflamed
- The 2nd & passionate non-sequiturs
- True socialism
- The dogma lives loudly in you
- The “New Coke” of domestic policy initiatives
- It’s easy to forget that both major parties are hot messes at the moment.
Monthly Archives: April 2017
30 years ago, when the counter-culture was Left, it asked of the Establishment, “Who are you to impose your values?” Now that the Left has become the Establishment, it is busy imposing its values with a zeal that would make … Continue reading
This is a pretty good example of something I tried to teach my daughters: the difference between a feminist (which their father is) and an American feminist (which he is not). From Jim Geraghty’s Morning Jolt: We heard a bit … Continue reading
h/t Heather MacDonald in yesterday’s WSJ, in which she argues that ‘Academic intolerance is the product of ideological aggression, not a psychological disorder.” This soft totalitarianism is routinely misdiagnosed as primarily a psychological disorder. Young “snowflakes,” the thinking goes, have … Continue reading
Charles C.W. Cooke writes about “hate speech hogwash.” There is no such thing as “hate speech” in American jurisprudence, nor is there any associated or comparable principle that comes close to it. Whatever moral determinations an individual might make about the hatefulness of … Continue reading
h/t Kevin D. Williamson in Gangs of Berkeley: There is no budding fascist movement in the United States. But every gang needs an enemy, so they have invented one. This isn’t to say that sundry whackos and Twitter warriors do … Continue reading
Heather MacDonald writes in City Journal argues that “All who cherish free expression, especially on campuses, must combat the growing zeal for censorship.” American college students are increasingly resorting to brute force, and sometimes criminal violence, to shut down ideas they … Continue reading