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The performer has gone from comedy to trying in vain to expose prejudice
Identity politics functions as ‘Christianity without redemption’
Why Princeton caved to the mob
Thirty-five years ago, my nurse had competed against an English team who played rugby with a violence that was incredible
It would be tragic if a church was attacked or vandalized because of a hyperbolic statement
Courtesy of your guide Chadwick Moore
Months of negotiations and scandal have severed the trust of baseball fans
It’s neat. It’s tidy. It makes sense
It’s in everyone’s interest to resist rudeness
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga reviewed
Collectively, we’ve had a sort of out-of-body experience — looked at our lives from outside
At dull matches, the fans are the best thing
Only a society that sees a need for ‘self-esteem’ counseling could be so susceptible to such destructive illusions
Monuments are not all about glory or approval
Anti-virals and anti-inflammatories are potential strategies
When did guilt become so comforting?
Why do news outlets keep seeking to out people who’ve done nothing wrong?
Not just because it’s 50 percent off
In practice, calling someone a Karen is just an excuse to abuse a middle-aged woman
The new socialist regime in Bern is out to kill the golden calf and is succeeding
Clearly the virus targets especially working-class and middle-class workplaces and industries...
Gay rights have been subsumed by social Marxism