Patrick Lee MillerFrom Capgras delusion to scab labor. This article might be the single best example so far of the power of evolutionary psychology to understand the human condition in all its perverse and terrible beauty.
On April 21st, Kanye West sent a tweet out to his 13.4 million followers that read: “I love the way Candace Owens thinks.” A celebrity endorsing his favorite political pundit is hardly unusual, but one of the most famous rappers of all time...
Quillette Magazine"In the era of Trump, much ink has been spilled over the fact that liberal elites are out of touch with ordinary white Americans. Less attention has been paid to the fact that liberal elites are out of touch with ordinary black Americans"
Geoffrey Miller'The Left’s strategy of sweeping black conservatism under the rug, and of pretending that blacks unanimously converge on Left-wing opinions, can’t continue forever'. Great article by @coldxman
In my recent Wall Street Journal essay on the politics of Twitter mobs, I noted that the episode was accompanied by a great deal of sloppy journalism—remarkably lazy journalism. Of all the mostly denunciatory articles about me that appeared in the...
Ashe SchowNew York Magazine would rather distort Kevin Williamson's views on abortion for cheap outrage than tell the truth
Andrew C. McCarthyWilliamson: New York Mag Turned Down My Free Essay Fully Explaining My Complex Views on Abortion
How a uniquely punitive impound program combined with the drug war and asset forfeiture to deprive people of their vehicles for years at a time.
Peter SudermanAmazing, infuriating story by @cjciaramella on how Chicago impounds the cars of innocent people for years, burying them in fines and debt, as part of the city's way of trying to fix its budget problems
FIREVICTORY: @Fresno_State announced it will not punish Prof. Randa Jarrar over her controversial tweets, writing, “Our duty as Americans and as educators is to promote a free exchange of diverse views, even if we disagree with them.” Full statement: fresnostatenews.com/2018/04/24/pre… (1/3)
Robby SoaveTitle IX official says we must believe victims because "It may not be the truth, as has been determined, but it is that person's truth." Here I was thinking the truth is the truth, not a truth.
Vox’s fundamental problem isn’t that many of its writers are astonishingly ignorant. It’s that they are aggressively dishonest.
Varad Mehta"Vox's fundamental problem isn't that many of its writers are astonishingly ignorant. It's that they are aggressively dishonest." No need for restraint, @BecketAdams. Tell us what you really think.