Imagining that women on the Right are mere sock puppets for their husbands, sons, and fathers is a crucial illusion for an ideology that has constructed a political paradigm entirely upon identity.
Over the weekend the NFL indulged in unpopular activism while Texas Democrats indulged their own fantasy: that identity politics can turn Texas blue.
In a stunning work of narrative alchemy, Ta-Nehisi Coates turns every word and action of Donald Trump—and of the right—into a legacy of white supremacy.
Group identity, open borders, and sanctuary cities are ‘pro-immigrant’ only in the world of fantasy moral high ground.
Columbia professor Mark Lilla’s book, ‘The Once and Future Liberal,’ rightly scolds the left for their embrace of identity politics, but is ultimately more concerned with Democrats winning elections than healing a divided nation.
Instead of skirt lengths and eye-shadow hues, the matriarchy suggests harmful intellectual trends that we scarcely know are being dictated to us through every possible avenue
Many in both political camps apparently agree that because Western civilization developed largely among light-skinned Anglo-Europeans, Western identity is reducible to whiteness.
When Arielle Scarcella disagreed with transgender activists about dating ‘preferences,’ Roxane Gay told a prominent trans woman to ‘slap her.’
Amy Larocca takes on ‘the politics of hair color’ by suggesting any female who dares dye her hair blonde—or heaven forbid, is born with it—is not just ‘privileged’ but also a racist.
Identity politics of any stripe is not conservatism. Both fascists and communists oppose the core principles of the political right.
The edge of extinction storyline begun in ‘House of M’ through the end of ‘Avengers vs. X-Men’ resulted in a slog of increasing irrelevance for Marvel’s merry band of mutants.
I most enjoyed that Hollywood’s nod to girl power in ‘Cars 3’ represented reality, not Lightning McQueen being woke. Well, as much as anthropomorphic cars live in reality.
The left’s ‘point-and-shriek’ tactics do little to foster civil discourse. Lindy West’s new column in the New York Times is a good example of that.
Armed with reason and born with a uterus, problematic women are dangerous and difficult to dismiss.
The solution to bad speech is not more speech when nobody agrees on the ground rules. We cannot have a marketplace of ideas without rules of engagement.
Some pundits refuse to talk about Rep. Steve Scalise as a victim of last week’s violence. Instead, he’s a bigot whose life was saved by a gay black woman.
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