“People of Color” Do Not Exist The Right - “Looking at the highest income Americans by ethnicity, we likewise find a hodgepodge of people of many colors, with peoples largely from East and South Asia, Europe, and the Middle East at the top.” Alexander Zubatov 2/17/2020
The “Orthodox Conservatives” and the Essence of British Conservatism The Right - “Orthodox Conservatism believes that the culture we have is held in trust—and that it is particular to us and our shared history; it is distinctive, not exclusive and is open to those who wish to join.” Henry George 2/14/2020
The All Too Brief Life of the Father of Thermodynamics The Right - “This ability to deliver scientific progress amid a sea of errors is more common in the history of science than one might expect.” Logan Chipkin 2/12/2020
I Have a Suggestion for My Fellow Black Americans—This Black History Month The Right - “By allowing this ball and chain of victimhood to stay attached to us (and having this mentality that everyone and everything is racist), we are doing ourselves and our ancestors no favors.” Solomon Green 2/10/2020
“Three Big Ideas” to Transform How We Think The Right - “In fact, I can think of three ideas that are so deep, so potentially useful, and so paradigm-shifting that widespread acceptance of even one of them would transform civilization for the better.” Logan Chipkin 2/5/2020
The Predicament of Contemporary Academia The Right - “As a result, liberal arts education has been dragged down into the world that it previously resisted, subjugating honest intellectual inquiry to cheap ideological attachments and the profanities of political activity.” Nate Hochman 2/3/2020
Reflections of an Ivy League Guy Sleeping Outside for His First Trump Rally The Right - “It is a lot harder to vilify a man for whom 10,000 people will make a pilgrimage for only the chance to see him. I can say—despite my complaints—that I am proud and honored to have been among them.” An Ivy League PhD Student 1/30/2020
John Horvat: Social Media, Jordan Peterson, and “Returning to Order” The Right - “I’ve read Peterson’s Twelves Rules for Life, and it has some points that I agree with. But I don’t think he goes far enough.” Kambiz Tavana 1/30/2020
John Kenneth Galbraith’s Newest “Crisis of American Democracy” The Right - “What should concern us now, however, is an emergent threat: the risk of a ‘tyranny of the minority,’ powered further by artificial intelligence (AI).” Sukhayl Niyazov 1/28/2020
When Criminal Justice Reform Goes Too Far The Right - “While bettering the criminal justice system is always laudable, measures that benefit criminal gangs run afoul of every principle for which our government stands.” Bill Black 1/27/2020
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