A website aimed at design professionals had a piece this month about keeping your ethical character snow-white when asked to work for dubious clients. Star profile: a young fellow who found himself in the horrible position of designing something for — steel yourself — a pesticide company. He begged his boss to dump the client; the employer, perhaps blinded by such crude concerns as keeping the lights on, declined to listen to his better angel. The article noted that the fellow was going to quit anyway, so he did a shoddy job on purpose. It has his name and picture, …
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Biden’s party is making some unfortunate discoveries about him.
Despite the COVID hysterics who warned you otherwise, a college-football game did not lead to a spike in positive cases.
The special counsel’s final report on the Clinton campaign’s manufacturing of the Trump–Russia collusion narrative will be very interesting reading.
‘Black people are not going to stand by, or you will see another uprising,’ BLM NYC co-founder says at Monday protest.
It's been three weeks since Biden's vaccine-mandate announcement, and businesses still don't have a concrete picture for how this will roll out.
'I see the administration wants to fry our agents, he just started a war with Border Patrol,' said one agent.
A 25-year-old suspect in the murder of Conservative MP David Amess is currently being held in a station in Essex.
By standing up to the woke mob, Netflix is providing a model for how corporations should respond to demands that they enforce leftist speech codes.
Left-wing prosecutors and judges have been thwarted in their attempt to rewrite a congressionally enacted statute.
Contrary to what some conservatives have argued, there are prudent — and principled — ways to secure more robust free-speech protections for social-media users.
On mask and vaccine rules, and a dumb move by the Chicago Art Institute
While other institutions practicing Harvard’s brand of diversity and inclusion must worry about the costs of wokeness, Harvard has the resources and the prestige to bear them.