‘I used to love working here,’ Donald McNeil Jr. wrote. ‘Now I’m so discouraged. Such a mean, spiteful, vengeful place where everyone is looking over his/her shoulder.’
Robert Francis is right about one thing. We shouldn’t have to spend so much time fighting over bathrooms and the national anthem.
The false narrative branding the GOP as the party of sedition will, if it succeeds, be a 21st century ‘bloody shirt’ that will determine the future of American politics.
To those asking where we go from here, there must be one conclusion from the right: The counter assault must be sustained. There is no going back.
Where the anxieties of the working class and Baby Boomers were channeled into Trump, the anxieties of the left were channeled into a furious, culture-wide censorship campaign.
Unity would be great, but it most certainly isn’t possible if our solutions involve deep-seated malice toward our opponents.
“The Braves’ name honors our nation’s Native American heritage, which should not be erased,” said a statment from Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.
What sort of culture war calming is this? Well, it isn’t any at all, and none should ever been expected by serious people. So why did anyone?
Spencer Brown, spokesman for Young America’s Foundation, joins this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
From Title IX to critical race theory, Inez Stepman weighs in on how the culture war will evolve under a Biden-Harris administration.
For the first time in decades, the diversity bureaucrats dividing the country on the basis of race, class, and sex are worried about losing federal funding and being sued.
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Terry Schilling explains why Republicans have a chance to engage and embrace the culture war and stir political change.
The NBA elected to continue its season after Thursday despite claims from journalists, politicians, and other public figures that the players’ two-day strike was a memorable movement in sports history.
America under the sway of the Black Lives Matter movement is reminding me of life in the Soviet Union: One’s entire existence is premised on something believed to be untrue.
Anxiety over recent cultural upheaval is bipartisan outside coastal greenrooms.
As kneeling becomes a universal practice among sports teams, those who dare remain standing are now the ones who must explain themselves.
By “punching through the rhetoric” and reminding fellow Americans what they stand for, Blackburn said we can take back the nation we still love.
Those who think that electing Joe Biden will reduce cultural conflict are likely to be extremely disappointed. That’s because amping up the culture war is the only way to keep Democrats united.
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