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Books & Culture
The greatest deficit today is not in the budget or in foreign trade—it’s in common sense.
Myth: Bad things happen to a lot of people, and the aborted fetus is simply the victim of bad luck.
Popular opinion—like politics in general—is changeable, and can change again in sudden and unexpected ways.
By failing to oppose, and sometimes even supporting the Left’s project of turning egalitarianism into the nation’s utmost moral good, the neoconservative Right has allowed the pursuit of equality to reach truly puritanical levels.
In a new HBO Max sci-fi series, the eyes contain layers of complexity, which is why light is not proof of enlightenment.
The documentary is not a courageous challenge to Big Tech power. It’s an infomercial pushing for government protection for existing monopolies.
It’s time for great Americans to finally get their gold.
Once America’s most reviled sport, mixed martial arts seized center stage as the UFC continued staging live events while every other professional sports league took a knee on the sidelines.
“The Man in the Arena” tells the story of a man in full. Roger Ailes was energetic, ambitious, unorthodox, creative, brilliant, charming, disarming, and a bunch of other things that made all kinds of different people yell, at critical moments, “Get Ailes!”
Rian Johnson’s 2019 all-star “mystery” is propaganda, not a warning.
The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division’s recognition of Yale’s discriminatory admissions process is a pleasant surprise to Americans weary of racial double standards.
There is no doubt that the election on November 3 will have a momentous effect on all the issues related to immigration policy.
Sometimes it takes a comedian to have both the perspective and the courage to speak the truth. Which makes Evan Sayet’s The Woke Supremacy essential reading today.
Cooper’s Marshal Will Kane does his job, in spite of everything people believe about themselves because he learns that people are not really good at heart.
Victor Stops the School Bully is truly one of the best juvenile-fiction reads on the topic of bullying, bullying dynamics, and how to finally put an end to one of the gravest, often-underreported threats to child safety and wellbeing.
This environmental humanist agenda that prioritizes love for humanity is a direct challenge to climate alarmists, who must now answer the question, as Michael Shellenberger writes “are they motivated by love for humanity or something closer to its opposite?”
It is good for us to play sometimes, and not fight. In reality, people are united by what the political utilitarian cannot recognize: by play and song and worship.
Do we choose wisdom or folly? We should choose wisely but, in the choosing, also make sure to bring along a sense of humor.
Rep. Ken Buck’s (R-Colo.) new book provides the blueprint for correcting the progressive curricula infecting our schools.