Culture

Are We Becoming a Victimocracy?
2018-11-13

It’s at least plausible to suspect that a relatively new and poorly understood phenomenon called victimocracy is taking hold of politics in the Anglosp... Read more

Why is America Divided?
2018-11-12

There's a major difference between today's politics and the politics of yore.... Read more

New York Lawmakers Want to Screen Gun Buyers’ Social Media History for Hate Speech
2018-11-12

There are some obvious flaws with the legislation.... Read more

Nullification and Issue-Based Activism Were the Big Winners in the 2018 Midterms
2018-11-09

Now it's time to keep pushing liberty forward.... Read more

Aurora, Colorado Shooting Victim Signs NFL Contract
2018-11-09

Aurora, Colorado mass shooting victim, Zack Golditch, becomes the newest signee of the Arizona Cardinals.... Read more

Why It's Time to Treat the Hammer and Sickle Like the Swastika
2018-11-08

Conveniently, communists can always detach themselves from the horrors of the past.... Read more

Why Ignorance Prevails in Politics
2018-11-07

Why does the snake oil offered by political candidates prevail so often electorally compared to similar nonsense where people are free to make their ow... Read more

Stop Shaming People Who Don't Vote
2018-11-07

You aren't an abhorrent citizen failing to perform your civic duty if you abstain from voting.... Read more

How to Avoid Becoming a Self-Righteous Virtue Signaler
2018-11-06

Condemnation by the self-righteous—what some call virtue signaling—is rampant these days.... Read more

Free Speech Is about the Search for Truth, Not a Benevolence to Others
2018-11-06

“Until we have thoroughly understood this principle, we shall not know why we must value our liberty, or how we can protect and develop it.”... Read more

Fox Sports 1’s Jason Whitlock Takes on Black Activist Athletes
2018-11-05

FS1 TV and radio personality, Jason Whitlock, believes black activist athletes should stay away from politics.... Read more

Capitalism Brings Us Together, Authoritarianism Tears Us Apart
2018-11-05

Empathy is fostered in a culture where commercial transactions occur between all walks of life.... Read more

Why Speaking Like Pepé Le Pew May Soon Be a Crime in France
2018-11-02

The idea that making fun of accents is a kind of hate speech might sound absurd to many Americans, but it fits into Europe’s approach to free speech in... Read more

Tearing Down Social Platforms Like Gab Won't Stop the Violence
2018-11-02

If Twitter isn't responsible for ISIS and Facebook isn't responsible for murder, why is Gab responsible for the synagogue shooting?... Read more

Why Thomas Merton Renounced Communism: 6 Lessons We Can Learn Today
2018-11-02

In an age where individuals are increasingly falling for socialist nostrums, Thomas Merton provides timeless lessons about why people choose bankrupt i... Read more