The message is dismissive of #MeToo’s flaws, and the lyrics aren’t totally honest.
Max Boot and Tom Nichols won't save us.
Fleet Week, more Bird brains, and an urgent plea to vote next month.
Max Boot wants to burn it down, and so do I.
Bullying people into a point of view is a poor long-term strategy.
On deep background, MQ is diverted from mercenary activities abroad to visit a fellow Splice writer.
Facing global conflict on social media and in my driveway.
Is Anne Applebaum right about the Russian-Ukrainian conflict?
Brett Kavanaugh, intemperate and off the chain.
Boos, booze, and Beto.
An interview with Anthony Bellotti of the White Coat Waste Project.
Cruz lands jabs, but upstart looks Senate-ready.
A wigger and a drag queen.
“Stay in your lane” is bad advice for a writer.
Anti-globalization then and now.
Never Trumper is now a Rarely Trumper, tries to explain why.
An interview with activist Dayton Martindale.
Brown’s “rape list” was partly baloney.
The celebrity criminal is all wrong about Islam.
The demagogue explicitly represents those ideals publically flouted by party politicians.
America Is on Double Secret Probation.
The armchair online mob has finally bested traditional journalism for pure slime.
The prescience of a 1969 junior high student in Huntington, NY. (Definitely not me.)
Ain’t nothin’ like the real thing. It’s silly to take New York Times at face value on “Anonymous.”
Newspapers plead to be relevant. Why didn’t publishers think of that in 1999?
Bret Stephens is just as confused about Trump as everyone else. And The Nation’s skid continues.
George Will is cancelled.
Dedicated to all Americans who live in the “real world.”
Here’s what keeps Thomas Frank awake at night (maybe).
More self-congratulatory blather about going offline.