Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech hosted conservative author and commentator Michael Knowles to discuss his new book ‘Speechless.’
For the past six months, this liberal Dream Team has been hard at work on their big report to help the federal government work with corporations to squash news they call ‘disinformation.’
These apparent contradictions can cause confusion, frustration and moral whiplash in a swiftly changing society where many people fear one wayward move.
Our decadent ruling class is playing games with esoteric jargon to burnish their own reputations at great cost to everyone else.
Perhaps worse than trite politicization of classic tunes is failing to pass on the wealth of a child’s musical heritage. Here are some ways to start offering that audible feast to your child.
How can we expect to improve women’s health care when we are focused on re-labeling woman-specific anatomy as to not offend those who have no female anatomy?
To counter the left’s lies, conservatives have to use words that accurately reflect the truth — not words that actively mean the opposite.
The turn language is taking in politics calls to mind that controlling language to control thought was a prime goal of the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell’s ‘1984.’
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is attempting to excise all references to either sex in House business to ‘honor all gender identities’ and ‘promote inclusion and diversity.’
House Democratic Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri, a United Methodist pastor, ended the opening prayer for the 117th Congress Sunday with ‘amen and a-woman.’
By denying opponents the ability to describe their transgender positions without being publicly shamed, the left wins before the right can even articulate its argument.
‘People of color’ is more than just imprecise terminology; it creates a new tribalism when we should be working to bring all kinds of people together.
Not adding the Q to LGBT has to do with some very important particulars of the gay and lesbian movement and its public relations goals.
You see, I needed a self-centering hole locator to finish a rim joist on the deck we were building, and a pipe nipple, ballcock, and pipe dope for some plumbing repairs. I also needed to buttress a groin vault.
I am certainly not a ‘they,’ and I shudder to imagine a society that prefers to see me as a generic and inclusive pronoun, rather than a whole and autonomous person.
It cannot be stated strongly enough. There is no, not one, not even a wisp of a scientific discovery that requires we now understand sex and gender as two different things.
Nathanael Blake argued here this week that the Oxford comma is a crutch for bad writing, and I must protest. All things considered, this punctuation mark may be more divisive than partisan politics.
The Oxford comma is often superfluous and a crutch for bad writing, yet it has many partisans who want to force it on everyone.
The new book by former Yale Law School Dean Anthony Kronman, ‘The Assault on American Excellence,’ bizarrely avoids placing the blame where it squarely belongs—our morally bankrupt educational systems.
- The Whitmer Kidnapping Case Reveals The FBI’s New Counterterrorism Target Is YouWhat’s interesting about the revelations from this wecontinue reading >
- Johns Hopkins Study Found Zero COVID Deaths Among Healthy KidsJohns Hopkins researcher Dr. Marty Makary says 'a tremecontinue reading >
- Anthony Fauci Champions The Forever PandemicDr. Anthony Fauci welcomed back mask mandates regardlescontinue reading >