Whether personal or collective, madness is madness. The “Occupy Wall Street” movement is a perfect example.
Western civilization is caught between the horns of a dilemma.
It begins with self-doubt; it ends with self-destruction.
Like a zombie rising to threaten the living, the standard slanders return repeatedly.
The conservative argument against multiculturalism will not be silenced.
You — or your kids — will be assimilated: the "liberal" university prepares the totalitarian future.
Why the liberal-left is so mentally challenged. Also read 'Let There Be (Incandescent) Light!' at the Tatler.
Public intellectuals and political leaders are the bizarre crustaceans of our time.
Our students may have stopped working, but they have not stopped playing.
We are too profoundly aligned for Canadians to think of themselves as immune to the American malady.
Chaim Nachman Bialik’s great poem about Russia's Kishinev pogrom of 1903 needs to be read and re-read.
If Noam Chomsky’s linguistics are problematic, can his politics be far behind?
"Drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry" — Don McLean’s hit song takes on an ominous ring, as America drives its Chevy Volt toward the levee of its future.
Living in an illusory world, the left can maintain its privileged fiction only by adulterating language.