Scott Johnston’s debut novel ‘Campusland’ is a satirical romp through the nutty state of 2019 academia. It’s every bit as wild as you think.
Anyone who denies the existence of an influential, mainstream, radical left in America today doesn’t have any idea what the word ‘radical’ means.
It’s when a situation demands more nuance, as Shane Gillis’s does, that we discover how ill-suited our reflexive solutions are to addressing these problems.
The social justice movement has screwed up academia, politics, the news media, and all of the entertainment industry, especially comedy.
California should deal with the many real problems plaguing its citizens, not pushing virtue-signaling legislation on hairstyles in the workplace.
The Democratic debates feature a cadre of Potemkin socialists parading on a platform of socialist dreams—sounding grand, but lacking in reality or broad political support.
This is not a conversation limited to activists or media members when families are talking about mom losing her income and her friends.
What do the terms Klan member, racist, and book burner all have in common? They were all names I was called during Amazon’s annual meeting of shareholders.
This concept of white fragility is designed to secure one-way lectures, not discussions. What use is this during such divided times?
Student protesters called long-time bakery owners ‘racist’ in a small Ohio town. The college’s administrators decided to throw fuel on the fire.
Regrettably, what begins on campus definitely does not stay there. It spills over into every aspect of our broader culture.
Just one day after the #VoxAdpocalypse, tech journal CNET used similar tactics to go after The Quartering’s advertisers in a shockingly pointed hit piece, and got many of them to drop.
For too long, parents have allowed their children to be indoctrinated and corrupted by radical leftist professors—now they need to fight back.
As mainstream sci-fi publishing has gotten more and more political, writers have discovered there’s a huge market for apolitical, independent books.
Say the wrong thing or associate with the wrong person, and the left will lose you. It seems today’s conservatives are more moderate than today’s liberals.
Actress Gina Rodriguez, an outspoken progressive, is on the receiving end of criticism for issuing a string of ‘anti-black’ remarks.
With more critical reporting on the Women’s March, we could have avoided elevating someone who sympathizes with an anti-Semite.
The new political divide lies between those who support our liberties as free people, and those who wish to curb ever more of our rights under the mantras of ‘diversity’ and ‘social justice.’
Rather than rewarding the public acknowledgement of wrongdoing or the sincerity of an apology, apologies are now used as a weapon of political submission.
Perhaps at the realization he’ll never ingratiate himself with everyone, the comedian is now fully back to his previous form, exploring jokes about material considered ‘off-limits.’
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