Make parenting decisions that will create the best possible outcome for children, not for sanctimonious keyboard warriors in some dark corner of the internet.
The New York Times decided to do a profile on the racist Black Hebrew Israelites this week that opens: ‘They are sidewalk ministers who use confrontation as their gospel.’
The reality is that intersectional ideology has no room for neurodiversity, despite its frequent and noisy claims of inclusivity.
Across the country this spring, three-day training sessions will be taking place to help heal the condition of whiteness.
Given the steady erosion of our constitutional liberties at all levels of government, the time to ponder expropriation without compensation is now.
No other group—not Hispanics, Muslims, or anyone else—have faced what black Americans have. Race in America is not about people of color. It’s about black people.
In defending a new hire with a history of anti-white statements, The New York Times employs a clear double standard about denigrating racial rhetoric, and it is time for it to explain why.
‘As a New Yorker, I am a Muslim. As a New Yorker, I am Jewish. As a New Yorker, I am black. I am gay. I am disabled.’
Conservatives roll their eyes at Starbucks’ day of diversity training, but they should be addressing the issue themselves.
A trans activist screamed at a woman trying to tell the story of her sexual assault, and progressives are blaming the victim.
Jordan Peterson is the most important counter-cultural public intellectual working today. He needs to be careful, not just controversial, on the issues that divide us.
The manifestations I have encountered are not the same as Michael Harriot’s. For the benefit of Beckyological science, here are some additional angles on Becky.
Toby Morris’s cartoon does not share the simple truth that Richard and Paula are privileged by having two parents who work hard to create the best opportunities possible for their child.
‘Privilege’ is just another term for strong family ties. That means we’ll serve more people by expanding privilege rather than by destroying it.
Because I am neither stupid nor old, I feel as though the voice of a real black man who voted for Donald Trump should be heard.
Jamelle Bouie is right about one thing: the racial social contract we’ve had is over. Whites aren’t content to let everyone but them get special treatment any more.
The originators of the House of Privilege think equality can be achieved by dismantling ‘oppressive systems’ such as hard work and caring for your kids.
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