Daniel Payne is an assistant editor for The College Fix, the news magazine of the Student Free Press Association, which works with college-aged writers and aspiring journalists who are looking to improve campus journalism, explore careers in the media, and commit themselves to the principles of a free society. Daniel’s work has appeared in outlets such as National Review Online, Reason, Front Porch Republic, and elsewhere. His personal blog can be found at Trial of the Century. He lives in Virginia.
Retailers, who in their defense are in the business of making a buck, never seem more vapid, greedy, and ridiculous than when they are stringing up lights while the leaves are still changing.
One is tempted to believe we’re witnessing a quick and guilty moral shrug meant to absolve a bunch of deeply culpable people of their own deep and stinking culpability.
Generally, if one is seeking a legislative change, one tends to have an idea of what that change would actually be. Not U.S. gun controllers.
The progressive contribution to the modern abortion debate is, on average, the most science-free political discourse you’re apt to find.
A recent highly viral tweetstorm by author Patrick Tomlinson claims pro-lifers can’t think their way out of this thought experiment. He’s wrong.
Several recent demonstrations at various colleges across the country illustrate nicely the incoherent temper-tantrum style of politics that currently dominates campus life.
Mr. Kimmel, for the sake of our public discourse and the effect that discourse may have on our civil rights, please: stay out of the gun control debate. You are in over your head.
I feel almost embarrassed having to point this out to a grown woman, but nevertheless it seems necessary: aborted fetuses are deceased humans.
Spreading tinfoil hat conspiracy theories to protect a Democrat from public retribution is unbecoming of television hosts, even those hired by MSNBC.
Earlier this week around 100 people covered a UVA statue of Thomas Jefferson ‘in a black shroud…adorning it with signs that dubbed the former president a ‘racist’ and ‘rapist.’
‘It’ is not primarily about a monster but about growing up, about how even if you can evade the demons of childhood adulthood, as one boy realizes early in the novel, will get you in the end.
Citizenship is not defined by one’s mindset, but by law. That’s the whole reason we’re even having this discussion.
It is something of a horror-movie marvel to witness just how far pro-choicers will go to defend abortion.
Why have the tragic events of Charlottesville transformed so many people into irresponsible, violent, censorious, and hysterical lunatics?
The media behavior in the wake of this press conference was arguably something new, a sort of grotesque watermark of the media’s coverage of the Trump administration thus far.
If you were a white supremacist who wanted to sharply reduce the black population, what would you be doing differently than Planned Parenthood?
Sharing your fresh bread with friends and family—this thing you made especially for them and for you to enjoy together—is about as gratifyingly communal as it gets.
James Damore’s firing surely serves as a warning to anyone who might subvert the utterly inflexible pieties of modern progressivism.
Abortion advocates now push their cause as a positive good, in line with how post-revolutionary American slavery partisans came to embrace slavery.
If J.K. Rowling is sincerely convinced that the situation merits an expression of regret, why not direct it at the man whom she wronged?
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