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Mark Bauerlein is an emeritus professor of English at Emory University. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Post, the TLS, and the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The 21st-Century Protester
Commentary It was some time around 2010, I think, that the nature of student protest took a new ...
September 26, 2022
The Liberal Imagination
Commentary When President Joe Biden took the step of casting MAGA citizens as the enemy within, writers and ...
September 15, 2022
Trump Derangement Syndrome Is Going to Get Worse
Commentary Never in my lifetime have so many people been so obsessed with one man. People despised Nixon, ...
August 25, 2022
The Phony Declaration of Woke
Commentary If you go to the website of the school system of my city, the first statement you'll ...
August 16, 2022
This Is It
Commentary The vote is all an American conservative has got. That’s the painful reality that faces anyone resistant ...
July 28, 2022
The Historical Meaning of Donald Trump
Commentary It's already 5 1/2 years since that November day and night that shocked the liberal world. I ...
June 22, 2022
The Adjunct’s Anger and False Politics
Commentary One of the worst ills besetting American society today is the rising number of well-educated people who ...
June 6, 2022
The Femininity of Cancel Culture
Commentary In one of his many interviews during the annus mirabilis of 2018, Jordan Peterson sat down with ...
May 16, 2022
Herbert Marcuse Versus the Radical Youth
The following story is adapted from Bauerlein’s recent book, “The Dumbest Generation Grows Up: From Stupefied Youth to ...
May 5, 2022
It Began in Academia
Commentary It was sometime in the 1990s that academics fell in love with the idea of transgression. Not ...
April 26, 2022
From Debate to Diagnosis
Commentary Ever since the publication of "The Authoritarian Personality" in 1950, liberals and leftists have often chosen a ...
April 1, 2022
How to Keep Your Kids From Woke
Commentary For the young people of the United States, the first advantage of "wokeness" is that it provides ...
March 22, 2022
Gen Z Won’t Rebel
Commentary Generation Z is starting to enter adulthood, and there are signs in this pandemic age that has ...
March 7, 2022
Liberal Elites Are a Taboo Society
Commentary To get into the elite in America today—and for the past few decades—you need good grades, high ...
March 3, 2022
The New Moral Law
Commentary President Joe Biden’s announcement that a black woman would be his nominee to replace Justice Stephen Breyer ...
February 8, 2022
It Pays to Be an Activist
Commentary Do you recall the shrieking undergrad at Yale, the one yelling at professor Nicholas Christakis on the ...
January 6, 2022
The Negation of the Past
Commentary I live on Lee Street in Alexandria, Virginia. Yes, that Lee—Robert E. grew up a few blocks ...
December 21, 2021
From American Shame to Civic Breakdown
Commentary I walked into a drug store in Manhattan in a nice area not far from the Empire ...
December 9, 2021
The Liberal’s Hard Choice
Commentary Several months ago, a professional acquaintance of mine died after a long and happy married life, a ...
December 1, 2021
The People and the Elite
Commentary In this sorry time of cancellation and political correctness, as we watch a college dean suspend a ...
November 24, 2021
The Exasperating Survival of Conservatism
Commentary One of the remarkable facts of our time is the endurance of a conservative outlook in the ...
November 14, 2021
The Myth of the Academic Dissident
Commentary For the past 50 or 60 years in the humanities and intellectual spheres, the main goal, value, ...
November 11, 2021
The Spirit of No
Commentary As the United States falls ever deeper into identity politics, as more and more jobs require diversity-equity-inclusion ...
November 9, 2021
The Slow Tactic of Personnel
Commentary Anyone who has spent many years in a cultural/educational institution has observed a process unfold that might ...
October 25, 2021
The Strange Obedience of the Professorate
Commentary In the past, if you wanted to find a place where radical thoughts were in the air, ...
October 20, 2021
Progressivism in a Youth’s Eyes
Commentary Do elite liberals or progressives have anything good to say about America? Do they find anything in ...
October 13, 2021
Commentary When Donald Trump started talking about “fake news,” the charge hit home so squarely that the media ...
October 11, 2021
US Charges 11 Pro-Life Activists for Alleged Violations of Federal Law
School Choice Will Put Meritocracy Back in American School System: Rep. Burgess Owens
Federal Judge Blocks Parts of New York’s Restrictive New Gun Law
Wall Street Expects Second-Biggest Home Price Drop Since Great Depression
Arts: Celebrating Donatello, One of the Fathers of the Early Italian Renaissance
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Pentagon Blacklists Drone Giant DJI as ‘Chinese Military Company’
European Country Bans Price Hikes in Desperate Bid to Tame Inflation
Kamala Harris Prepares for Texas Visit, Not Clear If She’ll Visit Border
Cracks Emerge in US Labor Market as Job Cuts Surge 46 Percent, Unemployment Claims Jump
Americans Injured by the COVID-19 Vaccine Have to Prove Causation to Receive Compensation