Alex Grass is the religion and law correspondent for The Media Project. His opinions are his own.
Whatever his faults, Wesley’s lyrics have a picturesque clarity to them that is instructive compared to the nonsense coming from college administrators these days.
‘Refugees are welcome’ is a completely safe political statement for people in my uncle’s ritzy neighborhood to make, because they know it isn’t something they’ll ever have to deal with.
You can tell a lot about a person’s politics and outlook on life—and mental stability—by looking at the poems he writes.
In the topsy-turvy terror-land that is Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuela, a storyline like ‘Lassie for Lunch’ may become as commonplace as a caudillo in a blood-red button-down.
There is no place for commanding specific language—thoughts, even—in a free and open society.
At Elizabethtown College, students are donning white puzzle piece pins as a means of (virtue) signaling penitence for our time’s original sin: whiteness.
Progressives are prosecuting conservative dissenters for ‘hate crimes.’ Criminalizing politics not only crushes diversity—it’s just plain wrong.
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