Sanctimony: A Political Vice from Which We Must Escape Nigel Lloyd Alcorn Op-Ed - “Watching this quasi-religious mentality migrate leftward and displace more rational, humanistic values has been painful.” 4/5/2024
The Age of Jihad Gerfried Ambrosch Op-Ed - “As a result, an air of fear hangs over society, regardless of the fact that the likelihood of falling victim to such an attack is very low indeed. But this is how terror works.” 3/27/2024
What Jordan Peterson’s Conversation with Destiny Can Teach Us(Youtube) Talia Barnes Op-Ed - “Paradoxically, as the amount of online content available for consumption increases, conversations with as interesting a dynamic range as the one between Peterson and Destiny seem fewer and farther between.” 3/26/2024
A Possible Solution to the Standardized Testing Debate Aman Majmudar Op-Ed - “The video games also adapted to my inputs and choices in real time, which meant they could capture my strengths and weaknesses, a fuller view of my aptitude than just a number from how many multiple choice questions I got right.” 3/23/2024
America Has a Writing Problem. How Do We Solve It? Luka Ladan Op-Ed - “According to the most recent data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), only 24% of eighth and 12th graders are ‘proficient’ in writing.” 3/20/2024
Texas and Florida Content Moderation Laws Would Open Pandora’s Box  Mike Matthys Op-Ed - “A transparency mandate passed by Congress can avoid the controversial and difficult work of legally defining the terminology and specific guardrails for online safety and viewpoint neutrality.” 3/13/2024
The Other Victims of the Surveillance State Peter Clarke Op-Ed - “No doubt [Araya] Baker’s experience is legitimate, and, of course, it is true that state surveillance is a very serious problem, but paranoid delusions are real, too.” 2/18/2024
The New Killing Fields of Europe Brian Patrick Bolger Op-Ed - “Civilizational states such as Russia and China have a cohort of national and cultural values that are far more deeply enshrined (like them or loathe them) than those of the West.” 1/28/2024
Taking a Second Look at Nikki Haley Erich J. Prince Op-Ed - “It is true that one of the most important rules in politics is that ‘You can’t lose your base,’ but it is also true that in order to win competitive elections, broadening one’s base is essential, and Ambassador Haley might be able to accomplish that.” 1/25/2024
“The Great Awokening” and Christianity Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer Op-Ed - “Just as wokeness has eroded traditional liberal values like free speech, freedom of thought, merit, and individualism at an institutional level, it has also eroded traditional Christian doctrine within churches, seminaries, and Christian publications.” 1/24/2024
The Age of Unnecessarily Complicated Academic Writing Is Over Peter Clarke Op-Ed - “The fact is that effective communication is hard. Clear writing is hard. For the typical undergraduate—and no doubt the typical academic scholar or scientist—it is easier to string together vague buzzwords in meandering sentences than it is to say something clearly and concisely.” 1/22/2024
Collective Punishment for Gaza? No. Collateral Damage? Unfortunately, Yes  Walter E. Block and Alan G. Futerman Op-Ed - “Any dictatorship (and Hamas is one, of the Islamic theocratic variety) is first and foremost at war with the civilian population it controls, and then against other surrounding countries, only second.” 1/19/2024
What Happened to the American Psychological Association? Jon Mills Op-Ed - “When the most influential psychological association in the world wants to replace an ethic of care for all individuals with a new woke normativity that is gaslighting the next generation of psychologists, their patients, and the public, it should lose all credibility.” 1/17/2024
Nothing to Answer for: The Fearless Art of Morrissey Gerfried Ambrosch Op-Ed - “Refusing to take the path of least resistance when it comes to his career, Morrissey is the antithesis of the cookie-cutter ‘artists’ favored and propped up by the modern music industry.” 1/6/2024
Young Americans Could Benefit From Conscription, Now More Than Ever Aman Majmudar Op-Ed - “Although it might not have been glamorous, my time in the military helped me through challenges that currently burden many young Americans.” 1/5/2024
When They’ll Do Anything to Stop Him Tony D. Senatore Op-Ed - “Although the Biden administration and his State Department are rightfully quick to denounce the persecution of Navalny and how Russia conducts its elections, there are many parallels between the Navalny saga and what is happening in the United States as we approach the 2024 United States presidential election.” 1/4/2024