The social justice movement has screwed up academia, politics, the news media, and all of the entertainment industry, especially comedy.
A Southern Baptist ministry released a trailer for a documentary questioning the theological effects of leftist political orthodoxy on race and sex. A Twitter mob took over.
From the repudiation of the Fourth of July to calls for reparations, anti-Americanism that once was belonged to the far-left is now mainstream.
Disney cast a young black woman as the new Ariel. But why has the immediate focus been on what she looks like––not whether she can act or sing?
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.
U.S. public pension liability is equivalent to $18,300 for every resident. Public pensions can’t afford not to invest in companies that generate impressive growth and profits.
Today, most Americans would quite literally fail the citizenship test. For us to move forward with a shared sense of purpose, we have to know our history.
This concept of white fragility is designed to secure one-way lectures, not discussions. What use is this during such divided times?
The famed economist and social theorist sat down to talk about race, discrimination, crime rates, and cultural attitude shifts.
Regrettably, what begins on campus definitely does not stay there. It spills over into every aspect of our broader culture.
This exploitative system should not be bailed out by boondoggles such as Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s plans for free college and student loan bailouts.
Merely having a different sexual orientation than those around you is no major accomplishment, and it shouldn’t be awkwardly singled out to virtue signal.
The problem isn’t that culture tells men vulnerability isn’t masculine enough, or that standards of affection need be at arm’s length.
Theories about privilege and oppression by society at large tell impressionable young college students that nothing is their fault, or their responsibility.
A government should not decide what are acceptable thoughts. But it is their job to defend free speech and ensure no thoughts are censored by activists.
With the Southern Baptist Convention also embroiled in a sex abuse scandal, it seems America’s largest Protestant denomination is facing multiple controversies.
As mainstream sci-fi publishing has gotten more and more political, writers have discovered there’s a huge market for apolitical, independent books.
It’s no wonder figures like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rocketed straight out of liberal institutions and onto the national stage with proposals like the Green New Deal—they’re doing exactly as they were taught.
“Social justice is identity politics in practice,” Rothman said on this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
The natural law scholar is under fire from the social justice crowd for writing things that would be unsurprising beliefs for any Catholic to hold.
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