If there is one thing you learn about at Oberlin College, the notoriously progressive liberal arts college, it is surely privilege: white privilege, hetero privilege, gender privilege, you name it.
Now, an Ohio jury has identified an entirely new variety, woke privilege, and resolved to hold people who believe they are protected by it to ...Read more
The more the climate debate changes, the more it stays the same.
Polls show that the public is worried about climate change, but that doesn't mean that it is any more ready to bear any burden or pay any price to combat it.
If President Donald Trump claws his way to victory again in Pennsylvania and the Upper Midwest, his path will likely go ...Read more
Clarity of thought and expression about moral issues is not a core competency of CEOs.
If anyone had any doubt, look no further than the "historic" pro-abortion statement by nearly 200 CEOs that ran in a full-page ad in The New York Times. It is a festival of absurdity and euphemism, an exercise in perverse virtue-signaling to a progressive ...Read more
The most bracing pieces are sometimes the least defensible.
So it is with Sohrab Ahmari's fusillade in the religious journal First Things against my National Review colleague David French that has occasioned a cataract of conservative commentary.
Ahmari's piece is part of the "post-liberal" ferment among a coterie of mostly Catholic writers on...Read more
Breaking news: Some guy posted a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi.
But fear not. The website The Daily Beast sprang into action. It tracked down the random, Trump-supporting man who allegedly posted the offending clip, hounded him until he talked, then published his name and other details about his life in a shocking instance of harassment ...Read more
In the end, by-the-book Robert Mueller departed wildly from the book.
He invented an extraconstitutional legal standard for his obstruction investigation and acted, at best, in violation of the spirit of the special-counsel regulations.
His departing act was a public statement meant to influence the public debate in a manner inappropriate for ...Read more
Donald Trump and Bill de Blasio agree: Joe Biden should be ashamed of his support for the 1994 crime bill.
The bipartisan legislation that was long a point of pride for Bill Clinton, who signed it into law, is now in such malodor that CNN the other day identified it in a chyron as the "infamous" crime bill.
Trump says that African Americans ...Read more
President Donald Trump may be guilty of many things, but a cover-up in the Mueller probe isn't one of them.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, attempting to appease forces in the Democratic Party eager for impeachment, is accusing him of one, with all the familiar Watergate connotations.
The charge is strange, not to say incomprehensible, in light of...Read more