On the whole, the war to save free speech is not going well.
Two recent incidents at Harvard and Middlebury show the growing intolerance of the woke.
Extreme ideas about race were already prevalent on campuses before the death of George Floyd; since then, they have been at flood stage.
The notion that the quality of Steele’s efforts doesn't rise to that of a vaccine conspiracy film is risible.
Emily Bazelon reminds us that a number of journalists, law professors, and other academics simply cannot be trusted to defend the First Amendment.
Darren Grimes is not a threat to the public. Hate-speech legislation is.
Progressives have decided to launch a spurious attack that only works if they are able to stealth-edit the dictionary in real-time.
Merriam-Webster Alters Dictionary to Align with Democratic Attacks on Barrett’s Use of ‘Sexual Preference’
The definition of “preference” was changed to note that the term is “offensive” when used in connection to an individual's sexual orientation.
The story went from hypocritical to Orwellian when Merriam-Webster’s dictionary apparently updated its definition of the word “preference.”
Among the "woke" it is an article of faith that Western Civilization has been an unalloyed bad for the world and must always be condemned.