Tolerance is one of the most important and enduring American values. If we lose it, we lose almost everything.
The Supreme Court’s religious freedom ruling is so narrow it allows bureaucrats to violate your conscience as long as they’re more polite when they do it.
Are we creating ridiculous standards of speech and thought such as “you can never say anything that the Internet dislikes”?
If we focus only on how we’re different and demand approval of those differences, we will never live peacefully with one another.
Slavery and racism are global problems as old as humanity itself. By notable measures, the United States is among the most advanced countries in the world on these issues.
It’s a mistake to ignore the complexities of history in the name of social justice. Obscuring the past will not make our country better or more just.
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.
We want people to be happy and fulfilled. But we have to admit the truth: embracing and even celebrating delusion hurts everyone.
Only once before in American history has a significant portion of the population decided they could not tolerate the political ascendency of those with whom they disagreed.
Political Islam implies a constitutional order fundamentally incompatible with the U.S. Constitution and the ‘constitution of liberty’ that is the foundation of the American way of life.
It is not by chance that the most fervent defenders of PC in the United States are called ‘social justice warriors,’ for behind their claims lies a permanent war.
If liberals are horrified at Donald Trump’s emergence, they have their own team’s behavior to thank for lending Trump support.
In a supremely arrogant act of needless virtue-signaling, the short-term-rental website has banned people with religiously or scientifically informed views about human sexuality.
Mark Zuckerberg defends Trump supporter Peter Thiel and stands up against Silicon Valley’s new code of all-pervasive political conformity.
At Duke University, brophobia is so rampant, casual, and unchecked that it is becoming—what’s the word?—oh, yes, ‘systemic.’
- The Public Reckoning Over Russiagate Will Not Be TelevisedThere will be no public mea culpa from the media for twcontinue reading >
- The Electoral College Still Makes Sense Because We’re Not A DemocracyWhat appears to deprive the populace of its power to decontinue reading >
- Black Lives Matter Founder: ‘The Clintons Use Black People For Votes’Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza says Hillarycontinue reading >