Never underestimate the Golden State: A review of its most ironic political stories of the past year.
The dissenting historians are performing an important public service by making the dishonesty of The New York Times Magazine’s feature a matter of record.
In the U.K., judges apply the Equality Act of 2010 inconsistently.
A lot has happened in the last decade — including a lot of things being called racist, sexist, offensive, or insensitive.
J. K. Rowling had defended Maya Forstater, a researcher and writer, who had lost her job as the result of tweeting critically about gender self-identification laws.
One would not expect William F. Buckley to have been a fan of Don Imus, and indeed, he wasn’t
I’ll believe they think we’re in an emergency when they start acting like we’re in an emergency.
In no particular order.
Opening the speech-laws door would mean that our rights would depend on the subjective definitions of whoever happened to be in power at any given time.
Kat Timpf responds to the backlash against fitness guru Jillian Michaels, after she asserted that political correctness is making the obesity crisis worse.