Domestic Violence Is Not the Result of Patriarchy

Domestic Violence Is Not the Result of Patriarchy

Research consistently finds that women in heterosexual relationships tend to perpetrate violence against intimate partners at least as often as men.

Limor Gottlieb
Limor Gottlieb
6 min read
Undiminished by Decadence

Undiminished by Decadence

I grew up in the 1960s and ’70s and I’m happy to report that, for the most part, television and mainstream cinema today are orders of magnitude better than they were in my salad days.

Kevin Mims
Kevin Mims
14 min read
Art and Culture
Pacifism and Papal Fallibility

Pacifism and Papal Fallibility

The Pope is a perverse sort of pacifist, not a man of peace.

Brian Stewart
Brian Stewart
7 min read
Politics
Gender Ideology’s True Believers

Gender Ideology’s True Believers

I spent 25 years in a cultish political sect. Trans activists are giving me déjà vu.

Kathleen Hayes
Kathleen Hayes
12 min read
Cults
Israel’s Perilous Moment, Then and Now

Israel’s Perilous Moment, Then and Now

Herf tells the complicated and often surprising story of the internal political struggles in Western capitals, as well as in the halls of the United Nations, that erupted at the end of the Second World War.

Sol Stern
Sol Stern
13 min read
Politics
How We Can Get Clean Energy—What Needs to Be Done?

How We Can Get Clean Energy—What Needs to Be Done?

Editor's note: this is the third in a three-part series on how we can get clean energy. Part I explains the relationship between Fuel and Human Progress, Part II answers the question “Is Nuclear Power Safe?” and Part III provides an answer to “What Needs to Be Done?” Nuclear power

Robert Zubrin
Robert Zubrin
11 min read
Nuclear Energy
Confessions of a Social-Justice Meme Maker

Confessions of a Social-Justice Meme Maker

I made pretty pictures that helped keep people enraged and mobilized. Then I asked myself: ‘Why am I doing this?‘

Christina Buttons
Christina Buttons
9 min read
Mobbing
The End of War Poetry

The End of War Poetry

Among literary forms, war poetry is unusual for having enjoyed a universally acknowledged and tightly defined golden age.

Simon Evans
Simon Evans
9 min read
Art and Culture