Cancel culture is empowering a new infrastructure that will challenge the dominance of legacy cultural institutions.
The Judeo-Christian idea that language corresponds with reality, a feature of the classical liberal system, is for the left a bug that must be crushed by the totalitarian boot.
The New York Times might be the first publishing outlet to create sensitivity commissars empowered to spike conservative thought crimes, but it won’t be the last.
‘If conversation with people that we disagree with becomes impossible, what is the way that we solve conflict? It’s violence.’
After Wall Street Journal employees signed a letter calling for stronger fact-checking of the opinion pages, the editorial board said they won’t “wilt under cancel-culture pressure.”
The war over free expression isn’t over, but the cancel consensus is starting to flop as the facade of viewpoint diversity in elite institutions begins to fade.
This resignation letter is different from the letters I’ve written in the past. It’s about ideas.
Each individual conservative thinker needs to pick an issue, do his or her homework on it, draw a line in the sand, and refuse to budge.
Donald Trump’s election has indeed proven to be a turning point for the press. The industry, however, pivoted 180 degrees in the wrong direction and lost all ability to turn back.
Weiss, who was originally hired in an attempt to diversify the newsroom’s perspectives, cited an increased stifling of free speech in her resignation letter.
Joe Rogan’s somewhat endorsement of Bernie Sanders shows how poorly the political class understands Rogan and new media.
New York Times columnist Bari Weiss’s new book, ‘How to Fight Anti-Semitism,’ offers a trenchant look at an old evil that’s on the rise once more.
Since Israel is increasingly detested by the American left, progressives have become increasingly comfortable attacking Jews.
Becca and Garrett kept an open mind when building their relationship. In our hyper-politicized culture, more Americans need to do the same.
The Sarah Jeong hiring and Bari Weiss reaction tell you a great deal about where The New York Times and progressivism are and where they’re headed.
Ben Domenech interviews New York Times’ writer and editor Bari Weiss about media, Trump in Helsinki, Jordan Peterson, and other cultural phenomenons.
The newsroom is revolting over conservative takes in the opinion section. Here’s what the editorial director should tell them at their next meeting.
This week, two New York Times writers drew outrage from progressives. Will the paper succumb to criticism, or continue its new commitment to conservative voices?
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