police

Studying the Link Between Race and Police Killings

Studying the Link Between Race and Police Killings

Since the Ferguson, Missouri protests of 2014, the issue of how race and police violence interact has consistently been a front-page news item in the United States. Recent weeks have seen the criminal conviction of three Minneapolis police officers who failed to stop the murder of George Floyd in May

Robert VerBruggen
Robert VerBruggen
7 min read
police
Expelled from a Progressive Think Tank—for the Crime of Denouncing Antifa Violence

Expelled from a Progressive Think Tank—for the Crime of Denouncing Antifa Violence

On February 2nd, I wrote an opinion piece entitled “Beware the Anti-Fascists, for they have become what they oppose,” on behalf of the UK-based Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR)—a research centre for which I served, until recently, as a policy and practitioner fellow. That article began

Craig McCann
Craig McCann
6 min read
antifa
Louise Penny’s Armand Gamache: Quebec’s Too-Perfect Police Officer

Louise Penny’s Armand Gamache: Quebec’s Too-Perfect Police Officer

My introduction to Canadian mystery writer Louise Penny came through a friend who’d urged me to hate-read Bury Your Dead—a 2010 novel that was so bad, he told me, it had ended up as kindling in his wood stove. Yet not only did my own copy escape the

John Allore
John Allore
8 min read
Crime
The Hysterical Campus

The Hysterical Campus

Editor’s note: The following text is excerpted with permission from The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture, by Heather Mac Donald, published by St. Martin’s Press. © 2018 Heather Mac Donald. Where are the faculty? American college students are increasingly resorting

Heather Mac Donald
Heather Mac Donald
10 min read
Diversity