Some Republicans have ignored Ye’s antisemitism because he had other views they like. But conservatism must adhere to its foundational principles.
Passionate alignments with social causes flows from a void of meaning and purpose.
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To say Dreher’s journalistic purview ends at religion is a massive understatement.
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Ahead of the National Conservatism Conference, the scholar and political theorist says the U.S. is in danger of becoming ‘a woke Marxist pile of rubble’.
A conversation with Peter Boghossian on “wokeness” and the American university.
The late comedian George Carlin knew that imperfect leaders rise from a society shorn of values.
Jordan Peterson’s latest Twitter spree is disappointing, But his ability to repeatedly survive the onslaught of social-media mobs and keep engaging on the difficult issues of the day is part of his appeal.
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An interview with the co-author of ‘The Boy Crisis’ and crusader for men’s rights.
Canada has high rates of gun ownership but lawmakers have responded to mass shootings with policy changes.
The testimony has given some men courage to admit that they’ve been abused by women. It’s more prevalent than you might think.
Professors in certain disciplines believe they have a ‘moral mission.’ It’s no surprise they’re evangelizing their students.
Observances in Israel this week remind the world of its post-Holocaust promise and what it means for Ukraine.
Americans tend to Americanize events in other countries, but the Canada protests aren’t equivalent to Jan. 6.
People from a vast array of nationalities want to make America their home. What should we make of that?
It’s not just the U.S. where marriage rates are declining.