Welcome to the new Orwellian world where censorship is free speech and we respect the past by attempting to elide it.
Almost everything you think you know about the health effects of cannabis, almost everything advocates and the media have told you for a generation, is wrong.
However pervasive the diversity imperative was before, the #MeToo movement is going to make the previous three decades look like a golden age of meritocracy. No mainstream institution will hire, promote, or compensate without an exquisite calculation of gender and race ratios.
The best expression of this aspect of Thanksgiving comes from Benjamin Franklin, who called it a day “of public Felicity,” a time to express gratitude to God for the “full Enjoyment of Liberty, civil and religious.”
Filmmaker Frank Capra understood America in terms of the moral principles that can be shared by all who understand them and are willing to live up to them.
When we talk about football, we usually talk about our favorite teams and the games they play.
Books show us the world, and in that sense, too many books for adolescents act like funhouse mirrors, reflecting hideously distorted portrayals of life.
Monuments, because they are public art forms, must be legible. And this requires a great degree of convention.
A growing threat to our freedom of speech is the attempt to stifle religious discussion in the name of preventing “insults to“ religion, especially Islam.
You can read the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in a few minutes. They are simple. They are beautiful. They can be understood and retained.