They took a knee, as it were, when what they should have done was throw themselves to the ground
The conservative app is not a driver of news and events
Madison Cawthorn is headed for Congress, and he has better abs than you
Will MSNBC give her the Chris Matthews slot during LGBT Pride Month?
When did guilt become so comforting?
Why do news outlets keep seeking to out people who’ve done nothing wrong?
In practice, calling someone a Karen is just an excuse to abuse a middle-aged woman
The culture war gets granular
When did the Washington Post become a high school burn-book?
The right has never managed to adapt to not being the establishment
Twitter mobs are making journalism and literature more boring
To almost everyone’s surprise, working from home works
The Federalist, Google and the travails of the NBC News Verification Unit
It’s the only good thing to come out of lockdown
The lust for cancel culture is infecting America’s top colleges
Intersectionality comes for all
We’ve always had bogus public intellectuals, but never before have they been quite so bogus
We must stand up for women who dare to tell the truth
The roots of incel subculture — and its magnificent memes — stretch back to Goethe’s Werther and beyond
Let’s all be grateful to these very rich, very famous people
The hysteria behind the anti-racism protests seems eerily familiar
Time to be Frank about the much criticized celebrity chef
There’s never been a better time for encouraging tech companies’ rank-and-file to speak up
If you’re going to shout about the views of J.K. Rowling and her wickedness, you’re going to have to come up with an explanation for that wickedness
The hyper-woke generation has grown up. But they aren’t like other grown-ups