“Seven Tenets of Liberalism”
Left as an exercise for the reader:
Conservatives in politics and in the media and on the web are generally nuanced and back their positions with serious arguments.: Liberals in politics and in the media seem to settle for emotional appeals and namecalling.: The liberals I know aren’t like that, but the public voices of liberalism are.: Why the difference?: Why does simplistic namecalling work on the left, managing to attract the votes of moderates as well as those of true believers?
The latest feminist obsession with rape has reached the point where false accusations are now being thrown around loosely. It has resulted in a negative stigma toward men on college campuses, and...Read More
Associate Professor of Economics, North Carolina State Univ.
In chronicling the left-wing drum beat viewers are constantly subjected to by the entertainment industry we often find TV episodes
The politics of rebellion for its own sake in America has morphed considerably over the years. In his latest column, Mark Steyn describes the current utilitarian pose for the masses as “conformo-radical”, but to understand how it got there, let’s set the Wayback Machine for almost a century ago, when the first round of American “progressives” walked the earth.