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Don’t fall for the idea that only conservatives bring religion into politics. Progressives do it too. It’s unavoidable, and it may even be growing.
It’s at least plausible to suspect that a relatively new and poorly understood phenomenon called victimocracy is taking hold of politics in the Anglosphere.
What is Bulverism and why has it become so prevalent?
As Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute shows, the push for diversity has become a clear and present danger to scientific progress.
As the latest Pew Forum survey shows, the god that atheists rejects might not be the God that most Americans believe in.
The question "Is truth dead?" expresses a legitimate concern in an age of rampant subjectivity. But truth will never die.
Thanks to the identity politics of victimhood, anti-Semitism is becoming almost respectable once again.
Did the sexual revolution erode men's sense of responsibility toward pregnant women?
When it comes to the theory of multiple universes, one of the most important means by which a scientific hypothesis can be confirmed is simply unavailable.
Progressives generally assume that they're less biased than conservatives. New research shows otherwise.
When everything becomes will-to-power, we end up with nothing but a war of all against all. Nobody wins that.
The SJW crowd in universities aren't really open to hearing critiques of their ideology.
We still have an old problem that the sexual revolution has not solved, and might even have made worse.
According to Notre Dame professor Patrick Deneen, they're actually two sides of the same coin.
University of Toronto's Ronnie de Sousa has been a philosophy professor for over 50 years. One would hope he would avoid committing the fallacy of equivocation by now.
After cult leader Charles Manson died on Sunday, the New York Post canonized him... to hell.
We can diagnose without stereotyping.
Today, being an idiot in the classical sense of the word is actually becoming a respectable way to live.
There’s reason to believe that human dignity could become a rarity again in a post-Christian world.
The "world-leading genital reconstructive surgeon" is getting more and more requests to reverse sex change procedures.
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