Casey Chalk
Casey Chalk

Casey Chalk is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist and an editor and columnist at The New Oxford Review. He has a bachelor’s in history and master’s in teaching from the University of Virginia and a master’s in theology from Christendom College.

Corporate Media Smears Conservatives Who Threaten Their Vise-Grip On What You Think

It’s easy to spot who scares the corporate media most. Just look at who they are piling on to destroy.

Leftists: Critical Race Theory Is Not Being Taught In Schools. But When It Is, It’s Just History

First they said no one was teaching critical race theory in schools. Now they are teaching it but only because it’s history.

Leftists Don’t Care About Mixing Politics And Religion So Long As It’s Their Politics In Charge

Leftist media want the Catholic Church to push their agenda. But when it enforces doctrine on abortion or sexuality, the church must stay out of politics!

Why It’s Impossible To Teach History Only Using ‘The Facts’

What teachers choose to cover (or not cover) during their limited classroom time will reveal what biases and agendas that educator has on American history.

Stop Waving Away Critical Race Theory Critiques With Claims They’re Solely Based On Fear

The arguments made by conservatives skeptical of critical race theory need to be addressed and met on their actual merits.

Americans Need To Tend Our Actual Communities, Not Virtual Ones

Civic virtue aimed at the welfare of one’s fellow citizens is a fundamental and necessary element for a well-functioning constitutional republic.

How Telling The Truth On Campus Gets You Persecuted

Canadian free speech activist Lindsay Shepherd’s book, ‘Diversity & Exclusion: Confronting the Campus Free Speech Crisis,’ tells the Orwellian story of how colleges abandoned teaching truth in favor of conformity.

No, Refusing To Teach The 1619 Project Isn’t ‘Cancel Culture’

Concerns over the 1619 Project and its creator stem not from a desire to ‘cancel’ anyone but to ensure American history education is truthful and accurate.

Washington Post Hails Activism When What America Really Needs Is Community Service

As today’s left increasingly believes America is an evil place to be dismantled, activists and revolutionaries are sought in place of dutiful citizens.

Ken Starr Is Right About Religious Liberty, But That Might Not Be Enough

Ken Starr’s new book is an excellent introduction to a complex topic, but fails to offer much reassurance for those worried about the legal conflicts with an identity politics-obsessed left.

How Activism In Everything Has Transformed National Life Into A Pantomime

Political leaders, corporate executives, and everyday citizens need to call these activist causes what they are: distractions unworthy of our attention.

The Left’s Inability To Take A Joke Is Emotionally Crippling Our Culture

The consequence of the crusade of stifle all teasing has resulted in a generation of emotionally and intellectually underdeveloped whiners.

No, Cancel Culture Isn’t Stolen From Black People

The Washington Post makes a number of racist assertions, claiming ‘cancelation’ derives from black culture, but white people have ‘run it into the ground.’

Media Exploit Atlanta Shooter’s Sex Addiction To Dunk On Christianity And Sexual Ethics

The corporate media is using the Atlanta shooter’s faith background to malign what Christians have believed about human sexuality for 2,000 years.

A Prescription For Fixing American Family Life

Professor Scott Yenor’s book, ‘The Recovery of Family Life,’ offers valuable insight into how feminism and other post-modern ideologies are radically reshaping society, as well as some suggestions for what to do about it.

Why Land Acknowledgements Reflect An Ignorance Of American History

Like most new racial history exercises, land acknowledgments are less about a true reflection of the past than grievance politics and superficial gestures.

No, The Lack Of ‘Diversity’ Among Political Cartoonists Isn’t A Crisis

Apparently, you should feel outraged over the lack of ‘diversity’ in a subset of a profession that, across the country, is held by fewer than 30 people.

How To Make This Lent A Time Of Repentance And Faith

Lent isn’t intended to be a staid, formulaic religious practice, but a fountain of grace that points our hearts, minds, and bodies toward the eternal.

Washington Post Op-Ed: How Dare White People Celebrate Black History

The normalization of hyper-victimization has made participation in any civic activity tied to identity politics a minefield of potential affronts that few can navigate.

Comedian Jim Breuer On Teasing The Woke Mob: ‘During COVID, I’ve Become Fearless’

‘When’s the last time you saw a solid, real husband on television? And I’ll ask you, why do you think that is? It’s very obvious.’