The Clintons had slaves when Bill was governor of Arkansas. But that’s just the beginning.Read More
It seems like a good time for an update.
Here is a book that attempts to pick apart the fundamental contradictions of the American South, with mixed success.
We are living in a world in crisis. But it’s not too late to save it–and ourselves.
Yesterday, I offered up a positive review of Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow. Now, I present some salient criticism on what the book failed to include.
Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow is already a national bestseller, so it certainly doesn’t need another positive review. But here’s one anyway!
Author Lionel Shriver recently gave a speech wherein she complained about criticisms of “cultural appropriation.” Was she on to something, or just making lazy arguments in defense of privilege and entitlement?
It began with a puff piece featuring a small, local restaurant, and ended with acrimony and Yelp’s team stepping in to stem a tide of abusive reviews.
We live in an age dominated by identity. Progressive politics revolve around identity concepts, on the precept that all politics are identity politics.
Green Party Presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is hoping that, by appealing to as wide a variety of cranks and edgelords as possible, she might somehow make herself and the Green Party relevant. (Note: some content in this post may be NSFW.)