The Times op-ed writer is a Trump-loathing theater nerd who studied at a feminist yeshiva and used to date Kate McKinnon. She also led a controversial protest at Columbia, and popularized the “intellectual dark Web.” The contradictions of a...
Robby SoaveWarren's favorite Thrones characters is Daenerys. This is like saying George Washington is your favorite president, The Godfather is your favorite movie, and if you could have dinner with any person living or dead you would pick either Einstein or Jesus.
The current hand to the queen is the only character on ‘Game of Thrones’ who has remained completely true to who he is—which is a giant weirdo who loves dead people
Robby SoaveThis is a truly excellent in-depth character study of Qyburn, "the last curious man in Westeros." I've long thought the ex-maester essentially represents the dark side of Enlightenment progressivism.
Jason Hartman talks with Robby Soave, associate editor at www.Reason.com and author of the new book Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump, about what on earth is happening on college campuses these days. There are more and more protests...
Robby SoaveBroward County sheriff's deputies—these are the people who didn't do a single thing to stop the Parkland shooter, you may recall—slammed a 14-yr-old's head into the pavement, face first. It's on camera. They could have killed him.
Protesters said it was "absolutely, unequivocally" not their intention to shut down Legutko. The administration panicked anyway.
Robby SoaveThis is really inexcusable. The protesters said they "absolutely, unequivocally" would not shut down the speaker, Ryszard Legutko. Middlebury College—yes, that Middlebury—cancelled the event anyway due to "security" concerns. Another test, another failure.
Robby SoaveThis is really terrible. Harvard's Harvey Mansfield was asked to speak at Concordia. Then the admin used the most weaselly language imaginable—"we acted in good faith but rather precipitously—to un-invite him due to his mild conservative views.
Robby SoaveIlhan Omar's "some people did something" remark was taken out of context and mostly inoffensive. But criticizing her was not "incitement to violence" as so many Dems claimed. Both sides look like outrage-mongering clowns here.