In the likely dark days ahead, satire like this will allow us to keep our sanity when everyone around us is losing theirs.
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More evidence that Disney is not “woke” enough.
The forces of decadence that Jacques Barzun described are formidably potent. But decadence is no more inevitable than progress.
Why did Prince Charming kiss Snow White without her consent? Rape culture, obviously.
If the media and Mark Zuckerberg say so, it must be true.
It is the Left, not the Right, that informs America’s 21st-century version of fascism.
The publishing industry is identarian and unmeritorious. If publishers were fair about underrepresented voices, and underrepresented consumers, they would be publishing anti-woke authors.
David Horowitz’s latest book identifies and instructs how to counter the totalitarian movement destroying America.
Austin Ruse suggests doing the only thing we can in the present crisis: Act to achieve our desired outcomes when and where possible, prudently. After that, it’s up to God.
Steven Smith’s endeavor was a failure from its start when it denounced half the country as extremists.
The difficulty with writing satire about campus wokery is that its fanatic enthusiasms are often much stranger than fiction.
If Raoul Peck wanted to ease racial tensions in America, and if he wanted to see all people have opportunities to live with dignity, he would not have produced this awful series.
It isn’t incitement if a Democrat does it.
Elizabeth II has lived a life of dedication and duty, and done so with impeccable class.
Too few artists—indeed, too few people—have the moral courage to live without the need for external validation, especially in our social media-riven age.
The woke Left is using touchy, emotionally unstable, and fragile people to advance an agenda that will end up canceling more than TV shows.
Is America a disembodied spirit (that is, a ghost) or a real nation? In carefully considering this question, we are not without resources to guide us, in the 1776 Report.
How can we have a country together when we can’t even have a conversation?
The new “republican” regime rejected the policy of consensus and instead pursued a radical reform project that for some went too far, and for others didn’t go far enough. War followed.
Conservative filmmakers faced little discrimination in the past because there were so few of them. That started to change in 2012.