He was making cartoons, believing in Jesus, voting Democratic, and holding quietly pro-life views. Why drag him into the Twittersphere? Can’t a guy just live his life?
After days of outrage and condemnations, the Covington affair has revealed a disturbing bigotry among far too many media figures and outlets on the left.
Author and journalist Naomi Schaefer Riley joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss parenting in the world of phone screens, and other ways technology has shaken up our world.
At a time much of the country is suffering as a result of terrible ideas inflicted on us by our cultural and political betters, The Federalist remains avowedly committed to offering alternative views.
Campus activists predominantly use social media to respond to a tragedy or rally behind a political movement. But is there any real substance beyond the computer screen?
What we’ve learned in the years between the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal and today’s age of Twitter mobs.
This is how far removed our discourse has become from truth—we argue over the images of images of things.
Our culture seems consumed with reaction rather than reflection. Here’s what Facebook users and social media mobs need to remember about what’s offensive.
The social media mobs have brought down cancer scientist Tim Hunt for stupid comments he made. Here’s how to prevent such insanity in the future.
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