The Fears of the Elite 

We aren’t a normal society, and the timid reticence of the elite whenever a charge of political incorrectness is launched is one of the sure signs of abnormality. 

Cancel Culture Isn’t So New

We have gone from English and psychology professors punishing their intractable inferiors to commissioners of professional sports and governors of liberal states punishing them.

The New Liberal Temper

Liberals have the power, but they won’t save us. Liberalism is a personality: flexible, situational, attuned to prevailing winds

Elite Liberal Guilt (Again)

From now on, when conservatives hear liberal elites alert Americans in fretful tones of a rising rabble on the Right, they should respond, “Stop trying to hide your own miserable ineptitude!”

Conservatives Must Read Marx

Popular conservative thinkers warn of the dangers of class warfare and everything-is-political thinking. But they can’t advise a subordinate class how to climb out of a pit.

A Daring Left and a Cowed Center 

Too many people fail to recognize that when liberal elites sign on to “systemic racism” and other leftist concoctions they are not endorsing an ideology, they are protecting themselves. 

The Republican Retreat on Race

Republicans, please hire some people to teach you how to seize the race issue, not run from it. The Democrat position is flimsy; it’s rhetorical, not empirical.

The Two-Step of the Elite Professors

The question to pose to our humanities signatories is this: why have your fields proven so discouraging to African Americans?  It takes quite a bit of cluelessness and self-regard to deflect your poor performance onto others.

Yes, Sometimes Politics Is Personal

To call President Trump a bully is to forget the high-stakes bullying that has accompanied every politicization that has happened from primary-school classrooms to the human resources divisions in corporate America.

Conservatism Is the Real Resistance

The anti-Trump “resistance” deserves another name: #TheReactionaries. They believe they are always moving, ever pursuing social change, pushing for more reform, more correction, but having conquered so much of American society, they are, in effect, a mighty status quo.