The Quillette Editorial Board

Horseshoe Theory Comes to Ukraine

Putin’s Western apologists don’t reflect the usual conflict between Left and Right—but rather comprise an example of both poles making common cause against the center.

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The Quillette Editorial Board
7 min read

Rushdie’s Moral Heroism

The attempt on the great writer’s life illustrates the dedication with which fanatics pursue the objects of their hatred.

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The Quillette Editorial Board
7 min read

Imagining What a (Real) ‘Pro-Life’ Agenda Would Look Like

Now is the time for a pro-life approach to be mobilized in defense of all human life, not just zygotes, blastocysts, embryos, and fetuses.

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The Quillette Editorial Board
4 min read

The Disgraceful Firing of Joshua T. Katz

Joshua Katz knew it was dangerous to go public with his objections to a Princeton faculty letter, but he did so because his conscience demanded it. For this, he has paid an intolerable price.

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The Quillette Editorial Board
12 min read

Building a Better Twitter

Twitter’s current policy on content isn’t one dimensional: It serves up both false positives and false negatives—wrongly banning certain accounts for thoughtcrimes while permitting others to continue on the platform despite engaging in grotesquely abusive behavior.

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The Quillette Editorial Board
4 min read

Ukraine’s Suffering Shows Culture Warriors What a Real War Looks Like: a Quillette Editorial

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The Quillette Editorial Board
4 min read

Making the (Conservative) Case for Vaccine Passports

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The Quillette Editorial Board
7 min read