Law

Critical Race Theory Wasn’t Always Like This

The version of CRT that I studied in the 1990s offered a useful critique of American institutions—rather than a moral condemnation of American souls.

Jonathan Kay
Jonathan Kay
5 min read

Why Not Polygamy?

Polygamy is a criminal offense throughout the Western world. Would making it legal be progress?

Cheryl Mendelson
Cheryl Mendelson
18 min read

The Acquittal of the Colston Four

On December 14th, 2021, the UK’s Justice Minister, Dominic Raab, wrote an article [https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/dominic-raab-new-bill-of-rights-will-deliver-a-healthy-dose-of-common-sense-vxj50bks6] for the Times, in which he announced plans to reform the Human Rights Act, which incorporates the European Convention on Human Rights into domestic law. It would be replaced,

Matthew Scott
Matthew Scott
13 min read

Should Critical Race Theory Be Banned in Public Schools?—a Conversation with Christopher F. Rufo

Jonathan Kay and Christopher F. Rufo
Jonathan Kay and Christopher F. Rufo
24 min read

No, Critical Race Theory Isn’t a New Civil Rights Movement. (Just the Opposite)

Kenny Xu and Christian Watson
Kenny Xu and Christian Watson
6 min read

Gender Activists Co-Opted British Columbia’s Courts. Meet the Woman Who Stood Up to Them

Karin Litzcke
Karin Litzcke
16 min read

Georgetown's Cultural Revolution

Lama Abu-Odeh
Lama Abu-Odeh
11 min read

Degree Requirements for Police Officers Will Not Make Us Safer

Nicholas Sharrer
Nicholas Sharrer
11 min read