The strange saga of a possibly real, possibly fake study that became an Internet news meme
The strange saga of a possibly real, possibly fake study that became an Internet news meme.
The "trigger warning" has spread from blogs to college classes. Can it be stopped?
It has moved from blogs and into college classes. Can it be stopped?
We applaud the effort, though.
How can someone be a feminist if she terminates health care for a pregnant woman?
America's most famous bow-tied conservative finds his wild side
America's most famous bow-tied conservative has found his wild side.
Fox Business is right to be scared of this provocative children's movie.
I recently wrote in an essay for The New Republic that gayness is, at least for me, a choice. My critics’ response was immediate and unanimous: That's impossible, they replied, because science has proven that gays are born that way. I was also accused of conflating identity and desire, and I even read that my position could get LGBT people killed. I'll take these arguments one at a time.
The news satire site has become the vanguard of socialist revolution in the U.S.
Outrage sells—and responsible journalism suffers.
Does a magazine that made insensitive remarks deserve to be put out of business?