Media

National Review's Bad Conscience
July 29, 2015

Why the magazine is quick to accuse liberals of fascism and Nazism.

Stop Capitalizing the Word Internet
July 28, 2015

Dictionaries and style guides treat it as a proper noun, but no one else does.

Can Humanitarian Intervention Be Saved From Its Friends?
July 24, 2015

A new generation of Democrats have pushed the language of liberal interventionism underground.

The Limits of Gawkerism
July 21, 2015

Can the website’s ideology survive its worst crisis yet?

How the Internet Outgrew Gawker
July 20, 2015

The internet has changed, and so have we. Where does Gawker fit in now? 

Did Gawker Decide to Stop Being Gawker?
July 17, 2015

Tabloid journalism has more complicated roots than the simple pursuit of viral content.

Why Is Bill Kristol Embracing Confederate Nostalgia?
July 07, 2015

After all, neoconservatives historically have been hostile to Southern traditionalism.

The Digital Media Revolution Will Not Be Televised
June 29, 2015

Michael Wolff’s new argument about the future of television is just as unconvincing as when I first made it 15 years ago.

The New Republic’s Campaign for Marriage Equality
June 26, 2015

Today's Supreme Court decision was a very, very long time coming.

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