The country hasn’t passed from great to evil in 20 years. But elites have failed and betrayed us.
Ayaan Hirsi AliMany American political, cultural and business leaders have come to view their country as a uniquely evil power founded on an ideology of racial supremacy, writes @gerardtbaker. What happened?
The below letter will be appearing in the Letters section of the magazine’s October issue. We welcome responses at [email protected] Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial. Powerful protests for racial and social justice are...
Recorded on June 25, 2020 As the United States and the world embark on fraught conversations about race, history, law enforcement, and the underpinnings of o...
Ayaan Hirsi AliThe idea of America rests on balancing freedom and order. What I see today is the rise of a revolutionary mob, along with tribalism and identity politics, much of it driven by indoctrination in higher education. My conversation on @uncknowledge
Can the country confront its current problems with its traditional can-do spirit? We have barely four months to figure out how.
Ayaan Hirsi AliWhen I hear it said that the U.S. is defined above all by racism, I feel obliged to speak up. America is not perfect—no country is—but it is an extraordinary nation that should be wary of a radical “woke” revolution. My piece in the @WSJ
There are racial differences in use of nonlethal force, but not in officer-involved shootings.
Ayaan Hirsi AliMy work on racial differences in police use of force has been widely misrepresented and misused by people on both sides of the ideological aisle, writes Roland G. Fryer Jr. of @HarvardEcon