Jon Miltimore

Jon Miltimore

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Jonathan Miltimore is the Managing Editor of FEE.org. His writing/reporting has appeared in TIME magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, Fox News, and the Washington Times. 

Recent blog posts by this author

Man Changes Gender to Lower Car Insurance Premiums, Saves $1,100 Annually

A man the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation identified as David–a pseudonym–is saving $91 every month on his car insurance. No, he didn’t switch to Geico. All it took was for David to identify as a woman on government forms. "I have taken...

A Code of Manhood for a Generation Suffering a ‘Masculinity Crisis’

In June the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic co-hosted an event that discussed the “masculinity crisis” many young men are experiencing in America and Europe.  While there was much disagreement as to what is the root cause of this...

Why the Russian Hacking Narrative Is So Important to the Deep State

Sometime before the collapse of the German civilian government in the summer of 1917, chancellor Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg became aware that his phone had been tapped. According to the German diplomat Kurt Riezler, during calls Hollweg would...

Obama Pushes Back on Identity Politics

Progressives have been lamenting the absence of Barack Obama. The former president has been largely absent from the political arena since President Trump’s ascendancy to the office. This, of course, is the norm for ex presidents. But, as I noted...

Former CIA Boss John Brennan Tweets Fake Lincoln Quote, Won’t Take It Down

It’s become a running joke that Abraham Lincoln didn’t actually say half the things attributed to him. Lincoln historians will tell you this phenomenon began almost as soon as the sixteenth president’s life was claimed by John Wilkes Booth, if...

William Shatner Defended Laura Ingalls Wilder on Twitter. Now He's Being Accused of Racism.

On June 30, actor William Shatner tweeted his displeasure with the renaming of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. By Independence Day, all hell had broken loose. Wilder (1867-1957), a children’s author best known for her Little House on the Prairie...

YouTube Refuses to Take Down ‘Baby Raping’ Video—As It Cracks Down on Instructional Gun Videos

A federal judge recently pushed back on Twitter’s legal assertion that the company can ban any user any time for any reason. The case raises interesting practical questions about censorship and social media. Twitter, after all, is hardly the only...

Denying Someone a Place to Eat Violates Timeless Norms of Hospitality that Go Back to the Homeric Age

On Feb. 1, 1960, four college students in Greensboro, North Carolina—Ezell Blair Jr., David Richmond, Franklin McCain and Joseph McNeil— sat down at the lunch counter in Woolworth’s and tried to order a bite to eat. They were denied. Authorities...

Morality and Immigration: 4 Overlooked Stats Everyone Is Missing in the Border Crisis Debate

The humanitarian crisis unfolding on America’s southern border is a tragic scene. Reports state that Department of Health and Human Services has been taking in about 250 children per day in recent weeks as immigrants from South America—primarily...

The Diversity Division at the University of Texas Has 8 Vice Presidents

American Enterprise Institute scholar Mark Perry recently wrote about the impressive size of the University of Michigan’s diversity staff, which is nearly one hundred full-time employees. We noted that more than a quarter of these “diversicrats”...

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