Jacob Wohl, Laura Loomer and Ali Alexander are the true heirs to Andy Kauffman
The Fox News host’s only real crime is daring to be provocative in a dull media world
The festival is attempting to position itself as politically and socially relevant with initiatives like the presidential candidate interviews
Godfrey tackles the plot against xir’s dear friend and ally
The company is now just another dreary enforcer of online norms
The writer is perfectly content to weather all the derision that New York and Washington can throw at him
Compare the media’s coverage of the border wall to Obama’s 2011 Libya strikes. The contrast is shocking
Yes, the British government are useless. But nobody in London is stockpiling food
The less hate there is in the United States, the more hate crimes must be manufactured in order to keep the Fraternal Order of Victims afloat
Jussie Smollett is leading the charge in more ways than one
Should we punish fraudulent victims as vigorously as real criminals?
Views from all quarters of the conservative movement
Following Trump around to film his speeches doesn’t make you a hero
Esquire profiled the wrong person this month. We all know who should have been on the cover
The winter of digital media discontent continues
The Amazon and Washington Post mogul has thrown down the gauntlet to the National Enquirer
I don’t have money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career in online social justice
The Hawaii congresswoman is an identity politics box-ticker, yet MSNBC has it in for her. Why?
Institutions of higher learning should focus on educating people, not on bringing them together
Is it a bad thing if we learn to be wary of internet media?
Who are Steve Bannon’s top Catholic influencers?
Usually it’s the president who looks worse for wear
Ghostwritten by Roger Kimball
High-powered men are now scared of mentoring women