We’re seeing something that looks eerily like a recurrence of events half a century ago that led to the destruction of American cities and campuses.
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Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis went to jail because she defied a court order to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but she should instead have taken to heart the lessons taught by David Simon’s current HBO mini-series, Show Me a Hero.
The most important #BLM demand is: “End ‘broken windows’ policing.” The evidence is that this is already happening — at the cost of black lives.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was a triumph of the civil-rights activists who risked their lives and challenged conventional wisdom to secure the ballot. This is a story told by Ari Berman, a writer for the Nation, in “Give Us the Ballot.” But it’s not the only story he tells.
In recent years, liberals have started to turn away from the tradition of religious liberty exemptions — and come up with ever more inventive ways to justify doing so.
AEI president and New York Times best-selling author Arthur Brooks declares that it is time for a new conservative movement — one where fighting poverty, promoting equal opportunity, celebrating earned success, and valuing spiritual enlightenment are embraced as universal goals.
White Northern liberals explain how the South is an irredeemable cesspool of hate, while ignoring the fact that blacks are abandoning the Northern blue states in huge numbers to move to the South.
At a time when many analysts see authoritarianism rising and democracy ebbing, voters in Turkey and Mexico are resisting movement in that direction.
The most effective response to the outrage industry, in fact, may be the one they model: Hold it up to gentle mockery.