An educated man of the postmodern age can only repeat what he’s been told must be true and assume you are in some manner a bad person if you question it.
Never before in human history have so many, with so much, been so miserable. See, happiness requires the risk of unhappiness. The alternative to loneliness is the risk of heartbreak.
Hatred is a persistent presence in the human heart, but the identity politics and intersectional ideology the Left espouses legitimizes and exacerbates hate.
Yale professor Amy Chua’s new book, ‘Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations,’ raises important questions about the destructive effects of rising tribalism in American politics.
There is a special kind of irony in criticizing Scalise, the victim of a political assassination attempt, for speaking out about political discourse.
In America’s reddest state, moderation and prudence are increasingly seen as a betrayal of conservatism and a reason to purge the GOP.
There is nothing new under the sun, just different justifications for similar ideas. The Enlightenment had their own for racism, just as all ages have.
A year and a half after an election that made clear the old rules about race have gone out the window, we are nowhere near creating new ones.
Jonah Goldberg’s ‘Suicide of the West’ fails to acknowledge that the threat to liberal democratic capitalism is far deeper than tribalism or nationalism gone awry.
Donald Glover’s ‘This Is America’ is typical of the art championed by our cultural elites: little artistic content, but loud, didactic political messaging.
An internecine debate about conservative support for Trump raises important questions about the role of the pundit and the purpose of debating ideas.
Warring camps of employee activists at Google exemplify the dysfunction of our political climate and the rise of tribalism in American life.
Rich Lowry just wrote off the NeverTrump movement as ‘deluded.’ Yes, the same Rich Lowry who compiled the ‘Against Trump’ issue of National Review.
Marco Rubio finally gets it right. We do need philosophers, and the past few years demonstrate just how badly we need them.
Amy Chua, Yale Professor and “Tiger Mom,” joins Federalist Radio to discuss her new book on the tribal politics of America and how we can learn to hear the other side.
Future conservative victories will rest not upon allegiance to Donald Trump, but upon a continued willingness to engage in intellectual inquiry and political persuasion.
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