Category: People

Sometimes Things Turn

Sometimes Things Turn by James Howard Kunstler A February night in 1924, in a Manhattan concert hall owned by the Aeolian piano company… the wailing, warped, and flatted clarinet glissando that opens George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blueannounced the 20th century’s...

Are Balconies and Bay Windows “Racist”?

Are Balconies and Bay Windows “Racist”? by Brock Simmons for The Gateway Pundit In Philadelphia, city councilman Kenyatta Johnson has pushed for the city to ban balconies and bay windows from new apartments and condos, saying that they are a...

The Candace Owens Show: Abigail Shrier

The Candace Owens Show: Abigail Shrier Video by Prager U Transgenderism is the new frontier for LGBTQ activists and feminists, but how does it impact our culture, free speech, sports and the children who transition? Wall Street Journal columnist Abigail...

Being White is the New Evil

Being White is the New Evil from Humans Are Free The assault on whiteness is now part of official educational policy. In New York City the head of the education department, Richard Carranza, a son of Mexican immigrants, is conducting...

Grievance Proxies

Grievance Proxies by Heather Mac Donald for City-Journal The College Board plans to introduce a new “adversity score” as a backdoor to racial quotas in college admissions. For decades, the College Board defended the SAT, which it writes and administers, against...