A million reporters and police, a handful of demonstrators, and at least one undercover agent at a very noisy dud of a demonstration
Scientist Josiah Zayner is brilliant, daring, and may have incurred the wrath of more internet platforms than any person alive. Is America's most inter…
Listen to This Article: Does America Hate The "Poorly Educated"?Listen now (17 min) | Audio version of the recent TK review of "The Tyranny of Meritocracy."
The indictment of Michael Sussmann sheds new light on the outrageous pre-election activities of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, which have a familiar …
Michael Sandel's "The Tyranny of Merit" doesn't say it, but the pandemic has become the ultimate expression of upper-class America's obsession with mer…
Along with former ACLU president Nadine Strossen, Carleton professor Amna Khalid, and "Mighty Ira" producer/co-director Nico Perrino, a response to a r…
After George W. Bush gave a speech comparing 9/11 to January 6th, a parade of high-profile Democrats stepped over the grave of American liberalism to p…
GOP pols in the Bush years set the constitution afire and cheered America’s march toward authoritarianism, but now want you to know Joe Biden has them …
A quick note, with apologies:I had a little health scare this week. Fell ill, but thankfully I’m negative for Covid-19. Just wanted to apologize for being absent as much as …
When Rachel Maddow, Rolling Stone, and others jumped on a dubious report of ivermectin overdoses, it was just the latest in a string of moral mania mis…
If Internet algorithms can't tell the difference between criticism and advocacy, what's safe to report? Why one filmmaker believes "YouTube is unfit fo…
Discussing the forever war and the prospects for a third party with old friends Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti