The Story of Milo Yiannopoulos and a Sarah Lawrence Alumni

By now, most of you have read the Buzzfeed report regarding Milo Yiannopoulos getting stories for Brietbart from sympathetic liberal journalists. Specifically, one of these journalists was a Sarah Lawrence alumni

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Why Hillary Clinton’s What Happened is Both Wrong and Right

I haven’t read Hillary Clinton’s What Happened yet. The truth is, if you are reading this article, you probably haven’t either. The political culture wars have practically demanded that you wouldn’t. Instead,

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The Problem With Trying to Ban Hate Speech

By now, we’ve also seen what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia. Despite the President not condemning it in the strongest possible terms, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has implored the white supremacists

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Why Politics are Subservient To The Cultural Battles That Shape Them

Although I’ve stopped writing about politics for a while, now seemed to be the perfect time to jump back into the fray. This isn’t because I’ve had no thoughts on

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Obamacare Repeal Is At The Front Gates — Is Anyone Really Surprised?

Last time I wrote a politics post, I promised myself I’d take a break from writing politics. It doesn’t tend to get a lot of traffic and it’s a mostly

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Internet Privacy Debate: What Privacy Means in 2017

By now it is likely that you have read about the Internet privacy bill that Donald Trump just signed into law. Despite Obama signing a bill later into his term to

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