Liberals aren’t peddling typical political euphemisms. They are corroding language, and we shouldn’t allow it to be normalized.
The New Yorker, along with many other ‘mainstream media’ publications, obfuscates the truth in subtle ways. Here we’ll focus on anonymous sources.
One does not have to have read the Clarence Thomas canon, like I have, to know that Jeffrey Toobin’s recent article in The New Yorker is nonsense.
Reminder: The Clintons are the kind of people who would use the execution of a mentally disabled man to distract from an extramarital affair.
College students from Baylor to Oberlin are right: they’re being exploited and oppressed. They’re just aiming their fire at the wrong part of the system.
Larry Taunton’s recollections of Christopher Hitchens’ struggles with Christianity are not the unprovable fancies of a manipulative evangelist making up a story to appease insecure evangelicals.
In discussing the Hurricane Katrina victims who left New Orleans, Malcolm Gladwell ignores a major factor contributing to modern U.S. poverty.
The only thing that’s inevitable in politics is crushing disappointment. So you might as well be entertained.
The New Yorker magazine this week tries to airbrush away the diversity of the GOP field. Next time they should try to be a tad more subtle about it.
Liberals love America’s checks and balances when the system works for them. But just let courts interfere, and they’re immediately illegitimate.
At some point, Americans just decided they were going to be offended by everything. And that really offends me.
Imagine if Lena Dunham had insinuated that a Muslim or a black boyfriend was indistinguishable from a dog. So why is it okay to imply that about Jews?
MSNBC’s audience is less liberal than that of the New York Times, Politico, NPR or Washington Post. Hate-watching can’t explain it all. What’s the reason?
Why would those we’d expect to march in a transgender rainbow parade rain on it instead?
Embracing the idea of a “protected class” may hurt your ability to move up the ladder.
The social value of alcohol is immeasurable, whereas the social value of pot is negligible.
Why was horrific violence in The Passion of the Christ condemned by critics but affirmed in 12 Years a Slave?
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