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The Trouble with Gender Studies

by Mark Bauerlein

Pride Walk street mural showing the colors of the rainbow, gender studies, DEI

At New College, we recently ditched the gender studies program, which did not benefit the college in any way but was, in fact, doing great harm.

Trans Lunacy: The Feminine Touch

by Carl F. Horowitz

Dylan Mulvaney, LGBTQIA+, trans, transgender

The mothering instinct causes women to ensure everyone feels equally valued rather than “left out." This can have serious policy consequences when women occupy public office. Mothering does well in the home, but disastrously in government.

Exodus 90: The Other Side of Feminism

by John Howting

Catholic macho-man influencers tell men to "man up" and fix themselves and their marriages through self-mortification. By contrast, Catholic ladies are told to indulge themselves and "discover their dignity." There is something wrong here.

Childish Things

by Pedro Gonzalez

Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie the Poo

America has managed to become a country of childlike grown-ups with stunted imaginations—the worst combination of each state of life. 

The Fires of America’s Cultural Revolution Were Already Burning

by Henry George

Christopher Rufo excavates several unpleasant and destructive left-wing thought streams that are eroding the social order on which we all depend. His prescriptions for action are convincing, though it is less certain whether his diagnosis is accurate. 

What’s Wrong With the Intellectuals?

by Alexander Riley

The Thinker, sculpture, Auguste Rodin,

The intellectual classes and the Gnostic revolution.

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Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario

Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario

The sacrifices Americans make today do not serve any greater good, such as winning a war, preserving our way of life, or giving their children a chance at a better future. Instead, our government is making us sacrifice to meet the needs of foreign nationals here illegally.

Young People Are Right to Hate the Office

Young People Are Right to Hate the Office

Don’t blame the 40-hour work week or youthful laziness for the increasing frustrations young people are voicing about their lives and their jobs. Blame today’s woke workplace and a culture that pushes phony self-actualization over fulfillment.

CHRONICLES ONLINE

Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario

Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario

The sacrifices Americans make today do not serve any greater good, such as winning a war, preserving our way of life, or giving their children a chance at a better future. Instead, our government is making us sacrifice to meet the needs of foreign nationals here illegally.

Young People Are Right to Hate the Office

Young People Are Right to Hate the Office

Don’t blame the 40-hour work week or youthful laziness for the increasing frustrations young people are voicing about their lives and their jobs. Blame today’s woke workplace and a culture that pushes phony self-actualization over fulfillment.

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