Social Justice

The response to a young singer’s death exposed the cruelty of the self-consciously virtuous

A new book satirises the bizarre dynamics of social justice activism

Nicholas Clairmont has avidly viewed more than 750 episodes of the comedy about the residents of Springfield — but won’t be watching any more

A practical manual for anyone who has no choice but to sit on committees with idealistic intellectuals

Why has the concept been rejected by the art world?

Proposed changes could exacerbate threats to the free pursuit of knowledge

The author is wrong about Jewish representation

Ideology has triumphed over art

How to debate an evil right-winger (if you must)