Noah Berlatsky’s complaint here is, seriously, that Bret Weinstein illustrated his tweet about credible reports of Evergreen protesters with bats with a picture of Evergreen protesters with bats.
It may sound like a paradox, but history has proven that striving for collective good results in collective harm. But striving for freedom results in something akin to collective good.
The White House asked the Guggenheim Museum for a Vincent van Gogh painting. The museum offered it a potty joke.
The left’s ‘point-and-shriek’ tactics do little to foster civil discourse. Lindy West’s new column in the New York Times is a good example of that.
A Yale professor insists it’s not liberals who cause political correctness, but capitalists. What a perfect example of postmodern fascism.
If you want to know what real mayonnaise tastes like, you have to exercise the conservative virtues of self-reliance and individual initiative.
Mixing and matching ideas and techniques in artistry doesn’t hurt anyone, despite complaints about ‘cultural appropriation.’
Worrying that someone might touch a robe Orientalistically is out in tinfoil-hat territory. But that’s the latest from Boston, where protesters decried an exhibit featuring a dress-up kimono.
Performance ‘artist’ Emma Sulkowicz comes up with another way to prolong attention to her sophomoric shenanigans.
Where does new culture come from? It is copied, with alterations, from existing culture. The process is reproductive. Sexy, even.
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