The targeted use of immigration by the Chinese government could result in the dilution of the Hong Kongese identity.
What if our promotion of diversity is all wrong?
For a fascination that can easily grow into an addiction, tremendous difficulty is a good thing.
Critiques of modern art, or anything, are perhaps done best with a healthy dose of good-natured humor.
There's something oddly satisfying about giving everything a good clean once in a while.
White nationalism is in fact a very specific form of rootlessness, an ideology of alienation.
Facebook and Neuralink are hoping to be able to read or directly connect to your brain. This presents a whole set of ethical problems.
Even geniuses can't always see where human ingenuity will take them.
We don’t fully value the work of “garbagemen” until we have to live without their services.
Plato's Republic sheds profound light on the real problem.
It's very easy to find ways to be miserable when all you do is compare yourself to those who are better off than yourself.
A biologically male runner in the NCAA’s top division is competing in women’s cross country this fall.
Medical professionals are bullying parents into conforming to transgender expectations of medical treatment, without the full background information they need.
Falling out of love does not mean that the thrill of romance will never return.
What is it that sets classical education apart from the traditional schooling?
While conspiracies about the 9/11 attacks are allowed to run rampant, any questioning of the death of Jeffrey Epstein is being squashed by the American Elite.
Is humility worth defending?
It’s that time of year and that time of life.
Perhaps we would do well to follow their example.
What remains of 1969? One might recall some of Fonda’s last words in Easy Rider, “We blew it,” and think of them as an epitaph for an era as well as a film.
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is about a moment when something big happened, and historical trajectory shifted. Except, in the film, the moment is stopped from happening.
It is unclear exactly why this has become something of a lost art.
Is it time our society grew up?
Queen Victoria, so the story goes, sometimes resorted to the royal “we.” “We are not amused,” she might remark.
We are letting our children down with our desire for quick fixes and convenient “solutions” that don’t come close to identifying underlying problems.
To paraphrase Orwell, thought corrupts language and language corrupts thought.
“Where are the good Christian men?” That question is being asked by single Christian women across America.
The “salad bowl” philosophy informs every word of the Golden State’s proposed curriculum for a new high school graduation requirement.