Do Alastair Stewart’s bosses really believe that he hates black people because he cited Measure for Measure?
Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo reviewed
I didn’t even know racism was a thing until I moved to New York and my socioeconomic betters told me so
The city’s character has been irretrievably lost
His conservative opponent, though, is an elk in the headlights
Reactions to Trump have unveiled truths far greater than any lies he has told
Biden and other candidates seem to have gotten the message that Trump is no pushover
The Democrats can’t resist Trump’s provocations, and they keep making his case for him
The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead reviewed
Could a bakery’s court win over a liberal arts school be the turn of the tide?
Anti-black and anti-Hispanic prejudice has declined since 2016, new study shows
Persecution is endemic in the vicious world of Young Adult publishing
The pretense is that you’re not saying it, when of course you are
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
Should we punish fraudulent victims as vigorously as real criminals?
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
It’s not just Mary Poppins that needs to be brought into the 21st century, argues Godfrey Elfwick
Another piece of elite idiocy in The New York Times
The movement insists that what we are is more important than who we are
These days throwing insults often just means ‘I disagree with you’