The world isn't made a better place by treating individual athletes as appendages of their governments.
An exhibit featuring 19th-century Jewish American artwork was axed after the university objected to two artists who supported the Confederacy.
"Critiques of Western cancel culture are possibly not best made by those currently slaughtering civilians."
"I am a queer woman, and I was silenced most of my life," writes Lauren Hough, author of Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing.
And it will only drive people further into the arms of President Vladimir Putin.
A plurality of young people think their fear of losing job opportunities is a price worth paying to remedy past injustices.
In the new book Free Speech, the Danish activist defends radical self-expression from Socrates to social media.
What's the point?
“I regret my poor choice of words, which undermine my message that no one should be discriminated against for his or her gender or skin color,” Shapiro tells Reason.
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"This idea of intellectual debate and rigor as the pinnacle of intellectualism comes from a world in which white men dominated," says one of the cancellation's defenders.
Coastal Carolina University Is Trying To Fire a Professor for Saying Hurt Feelings Were Not 'a Big Deal'
Steven Earnest thought the most trivial of incidents did not merit the university's concern.
No one is safe from Chappelle's jokes—but also, everyone is safe from Chappelle's jokes.
Bright Sheng survived the Cultural Revolution. Or so he thought.
Viral Video of White Woman Allegedly Telling Black Couple To 'Stay in Your Hood' Was Recorded by a Known Fabulist
Emma Sarley's employer might come to regret instantly firing her.
The man was actually calling for Dinger, the team's mascot.
The most subversive thing about the movie is that the director was allowed to make it at all.
Forget Robin DiAngelo and White Fragility. Theory of Enchantment uses popular culture to make workplaces more inclusive and welcoming.
The comedian and podcaster talks about running for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination and his beef with Reason.
The popular podcaster and comedian on the future of the Libertarian Party, his vaccine hesitancy, and fighting the culture war
The Irreversible Damage author talks about getting deplatformed from Target and her support for gender-reassignment interventions.
The rent-seekers' rebellion has achieved little beyond dispelling the Marxist notion of class struggle.
"I chose to be that guy who didn't issue the apology," says Daniel Elder. "Things went from there and it wasn't good."
The creator of ultra-woke poet Titania McGrath makes the case against cancel culture.
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The Columbia linguist discusses his new book Nine Nasty Words and dismisses the ideological excesses of the 'anti-racism' movement.
The drive to punish dissenters from various orthodoxies is itself illiberal.
Remember when Republicans believed private businesses had a right to exercise free speech?
A Professor Pushed Back Against 'White Fragility' Training. The College Investigated Her for 9 Months.
The chaos at Lake Washington Institute of Technology is by no means an isolated occurrence.
The journalist and free-speech activist says identity politics are destroying the media, higher education, and Hollywood.
The leader of the mob follows the victim to the gallows.
The Singapore-born journalist and free-speech activist says identity politics are destroying the media, higher ed, and Hollywood.
When Amazon won't sell your book, you can head to Barnes & Noble. When government cancels your expression, there's nowhere left to go.
Politicians on the right and the left are coming for your free speech.