Why the ‘Case Against Education’ Won’t Fly

Students may not be interested in their college studies, but they can’t survive without them.

Mark Zuckerberg Takes on His Facebook Frankenstein Monster

A new profile shows he’s become more circumspect over the platform he created. It’s time we all did.

Fighting Porn: The Reviving Cause Social Conservatism Needs

It isn’t a last gasp; it’s a new beginning, one that’s rallying a new breed of young traditionalists.

Unfortunately, These Atrocities Aren’t Going to Stop

In a society of advanced decomposition and moral depravity, these perpetrators are nobodies who wish to die as somebodies.

Slow Fade of the Pennsylvania Irish

A new book tells the story of the immigrants from Donegal who still inhabit modern-day Trump Country.

Norman Mailer Was a Left-Conservative

The prolific writer and liberal celebrity spurned feminism, political correctness, and overreaching government.

Debunking the Caricature of Jack Kerouac the Nihilist

A new book suggests the Catholic-born icon was more spiritual than the “beatnik” label suggests.

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An Armenian Rhapsody

Why do their films, including those about the genocide, always get the shaft from Hollywood?

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We can’t seem to find one, even as the Internet threatens our social fabric and turns us into 320 million communities of one.

#MeToo in an Age of Heterophobia

Feminists now see sex as reinforcing outdated gender roles, and it’s turning them into authoritarians.

The Art of the Opioid Crisis

Whereas previous drug fads inspired poets and singers to rebel, this one offers only bleak nihilism.

A Winter in Pennsyltucky

Our writer heads to her native coal country, where they still cling to guns and religion, and time ticks by unnoticed.

The Darker Implications of Trump’s Vulgarity

Appealing to the lowest common denominator threatens to drag the entire American experience down the…toilet.

In Defense of Slow, ‘From-Scratch’ Cooking

Do we really lack the time, or are we just unwilling to slow things down to appreciate what’s real?