A guest author provides insight into the millennial “snowflake” anger.
The following is a transcript of the graduation speech of the 2027 Graduating Class. It was delivered by one of the 457 valedictorians of the College.
The academic trend for teaching autoethnographies in universities isn’t just dumb, it’s cruel and dangerous.
Not everyone thinks that there is enough evidence to be worried about Academia yet.
The death bells of Academia are ringing. Can you hear them?
A review of Cassie Jaye’s The Red Pill,, a movie about a feminist documentary filmmaker’s exploration of the Men’s Rights Movement.
Who knew that a chicken, a road, and the world’s oldest Dad Joke could actually be so profound?
How the Electoral College saved the U.S. from serfdom in the 2016 Presidential Election.
Tackling the prickly issue of gender-neutral bathrooms and the attack on individualism and privacy.
The Canadian government is planning on criminalizing you if you don’t say what they want you to say. One man speaks out.
Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone shows that the mentality behind Social Justice Warriors are not new, and the tactics haven’t changed.
Unpacking the communication styles of Social Justice advocates, and how the harmful effects perpetuate themselves. Grab your favorite beverage.
If you want to understand how Social Justice, Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings, and “Cultural Appropriation” came about, you should learn about metacommunication.
[Updated: 2017.12.19] An ongoing, curated list of insane administration policies in Higher Education in the name of “Diversity” and “Social Justice.” Is your alma mater here?
[Update 2017.10 – This series has gotten a lot of attention lately. It appears that it’s become an ancillary part of another discussion on a discussion forum. Welcome! I encourage you to read the followup to this series, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forums, for an epilogue to the discussion.] This is the final article in …