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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.
Aaron Sorkin says he knew very little about the trial before researching it for this film. It shows.
“Attack on Titan” is another example of a disturbing cautionary tale, turning the idea of “racial justice” for “historical oppression” right on its head.
She’s going to regret that veto.
A renaissance from the Right is desperately needed in the arts. Centrism Games is one important contribution to that effort.
How the woke captured even the financial services.
Markle and Harry reject personal responsibility and instead view themselves as perpetual victims.
An interview with Matt Palumbo, author of Dumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio Ruined New York.
The Grammys has become an embarrassingly self-unaware, self-immolating awards show.
The pandemic hands one parent a teachable moment.
As the perpetrators with white privilege, we should suffer the most. Welcome to the revolution.
Why it is probably a good thing that the public reputation of the novel has declined.
For those looking to understand how we got here, Stephen Soukup’s new book is the best place to start.
These neglected African American authors bring diversity, enrichment, and, above all, perspective.
The NSA concentrates on collecting information on ordinary citizens because they are the low hanging fruit, while the real enemies of the U.S. are much harder to protect against and to catch.
Yes, invoking Nazi Germany and the Holocaust is one of those things that polite people don’t do, but the analogy holds up well in this case.
What makes Gina Carano’s story affirmatively galling is how it yet again evinces an ever-widening chasm between ruling class elites and the dissident "deplorables" over whom they deign to rule.