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Casualties of a Social, Psychological, and Medical Fad: The Dangers of Transgender Ideology in Medicine by Daniel Payne. Dr. Paul McHugh is optimistic that the ascendency of transgender ideology is a passing fad. Yet the damage that transgender ideology can […]


How Should Atheism Be Taught? by Isabel Fattal. The endowment of the country’s first college chair for the study of the subject draws attention to the complexity of nonbelief in America today. More.


The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness by Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers. By many objective measures the lives of women in the United States have improved over the past 35 years, yet we show that measures of subjective well-being indicate […]


Ethanol and Biofuel Policies by Nicolas Loris. The federal government provides an array of subsidies to increase the consumption of biofuels such as corn ethanol. The subsidies include tax breaks, grants, loans, and loan guarantees. The government also imposes a […]


Everything You Know About the Gospel of Paul Is Likely Wrong by David Bentley Hart. This past year, I burdened the English-speaking world with my very own translation of the New Testament – a project that I undertook at the […]


Self-Evident by Serife Tekin. Contrary to recent opinion, there is such a thing as the self, and it is empirically amenable to scientific investigation. More.


The Vicious Sex and Affection Cycle by Neil J Lavender. May I Have Some More Affection Sir? More.


It’s Complicated by Samuel Arbesman. Human ingenuity has created a world that the mind cannot master. Have we finally reached our limits? More.


False Hopes and Invisible Enemies by Jonny Anomaly. People are pattern-seekers. When we observe patterns in the natural world we often seek a deeper explanation for them. An example of a pattern that has captured the attention of academics is […]


Growth, Not Equality by Amity Shlaes. American history shows that expanding the economy benefits everyone. More.


The Islamization of Oslo by Bruce Bawer. In Groruddalen, a large neighborhood of the Norwegian capital, heavy Muslim immigration is testing multiculturalism’s limits. More.


Pakistani Islamism Flourishes in America by Sam Westrop. On January 1, President Trump tweeted that Pakistan gives “safe haven to the terrorists.” The State Department subsequently suspended over a billion dollars of security assistance and military funding to the country. […]


Are White Evangelicals Sacrificing The Future In Search Of The Past? by Daniel Cox. In 2016, white evangelical Protestants strongly supported Donald Trump, a septuagenarian candidate who promised to make America great again, to bring back “Merry Christmas” and to […]


Are You Sleepwalking Now? by Thomas Metzinger. Given how little control we have of our wandering minds, how can we cultivate real mental autonomy? More.


New Harvard Research Says U.S. Christianity Is Not Shrinking, But Growing Stronger by Glenn T. Stanton. Is churchgoing and religious adherence really in ‘widespread decline’ so much so that conservative believers should suffer ‘growing anxiety’? Absolutely not. More.


Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble by Steven Johnson. Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth. More.


The Scourge of Multiculturalism by David Solway. Much has been said and written over the years about the blessings conferred by multiculturalism on the countries that have opened their doors to large numbers of immigrants and refugees. Multiculturalism has, apparently, […]


Science Is Giving the Pro-Life Movement a Boost by Emma Green. Advocates are tracking new developments in neonatal research and technology—and transforming one of America’s most contentious debates. More.

Critical Theory

Jordan B Peterson, Critical Theory, and the New Bourgeoisie by Uri Harris. There’s no question critical theory can be useful, and that viewing societal elements—beliefs, values, norms, institutions—through a lens of power and examining whose interests they serve can provide […]


An Argument Against Open Borders and Liberal Hubris by Ben Sixsmith. No one except a militant nativist would deny that some level of immigration is beneficial and should be accepted. After that, we face a question of scale. There are […]