How the Greenwashed Liberal Gentry Keep Out the Rabble

One San Francisco lawmaker wants more affordable housing. Cue the fury from NIMBY leftists.

Six Months in, #MeToo Has Become Infantilizing and Authoritarian

Bad dates are “abuse.” Putting other women out of work is “empowerment.” How did it go so wrong?

Acquitting Elvis of Cultural Appropriation

His groundbreaking rock-n-roll was neither ‘thievery’ nor ‘derivative blackness.’

Babies Make Families

They don’t just add to them. They strengthen our relationships with our own spouses and parents and siblings.

The Myth of the Ugly American

Americans abroad are actually quick to defer to other cultures. It’s a result of our own multiculturalism—but is it a good thing?

Chappaquiddick: No Mercy for Ted Kennedy

The new film is painful, hypnotizing, and will leave viewers longing for justice.

Roseanne Really is Deplorable

Ignored by TV culture for over 20 years, the return of the repressed was inevitable in Trump era.

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Wrinkle in Time: When Christianity is Prostituted to Politics

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Stephen Hawking: Messenger from the Universe

The scientist and popularizer went to places we can’t even fathom, and couldn’t wait to tell us all about it.