Reading of pandemics past.
Multiculturalism has never made sense on its own terms.
It's time for new prizes.
It won’t be long before all living memory of a time before the personal computer is gone.
Samuel Johnson, first among equals.
Correcting the record on Clarence Thomas—again.
The collapse of the family brought about by the sexual revolution has created an identity vacuum now filled by identity politics.
Big problems with Greta Gerwig's Little Women.
Theodore Dalrymple offers the wise discussion that we wish we found in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The campaign to curtail speech in order to promote social justice is gathering strength.
The callow genius of Percy Bysse Shelley.
If we avoid mining his plays for punditry and sloganeering, the Bard may help us find answers to our own questions.