The Republican front-runner claims he “had no choice” but to publicly discuss his anatomical endowments.
What information, if anything, does a trans woman owe a straight man? A Horace and Pete scene about that subject was dubbed “problematic” due solely to the identity of its writer.
The officials who govern California’s public universities should abandon language that declares critics of Israel outside the bounds of legitimate discourse.
The hit song by Twenty One Pilots tackles a generation's insecurities.
Debunking John Brennan’s claim that “the president requires near-certainty of no collateral damage” to allow a drone killing to go forward.
Student activists demand millions to reshape their institution and punish faculty members who violate ‘social justice’ taboos.
An alphabet soup’s worth of government agencies are exercising their ability to look down on ordinary citizens.
Bush and Obama ran roughshod over Madisonian checks and balances, but there's still time to restore them.
A recurring falsehood in the ongoing debate about campus culture, politics, and policy
The comedian and his peers disdain political correctness—yet even they caution that he’s a dangerous choice.
Why are figures who complain about the coarsening of American culture giving Donald Trump a pass?
A debate at Yale highlighted the disconnect between those who would downplay the problem, and the growing mass of evidence that they’re wrong.
On Tuesday, an audience gathered at Yale to hear a debate on the proposition, “Free speech is threatened on campus…
Hugh Hewitt is one of the most prominent figures to make the case for supporting the frontrunner if he secures the nominations—and its weakness is telling.
There are elected officials who could endorse Donald Trump without disgracing themselves. But given his past positions and rhetoric, the New Jersey governor isn’t one of them.
John Oliver’s effort may well be it: And he doesn’t even mention Trump’s praise for the…
The latest evidence that insiders have lost control of Republican presidential politics comes from an amusing National Review dispatch about…
All ideologies are vulnerable to populist excesses and destructive impulses. The right indulged them too long, and lost control.
Doing so would hobble the billionaire’s ability to take the White House—making it the most potent piece of leverage left to conservatives.
The Republican front-runner is exploiting popular anger against the policing of ordinary conversation—but also violating norms that protect America’s basic liberties.