The woke tide is receding. We should reconsider what it washed away.
By Stu Bykofsky
Companies’ recent race to become the most socially responsible conflicts with the purpose of the for-profit corporate enterprise.
By Stephen F. Gambescia and Stew Bolno
The Oscars is an aging relic that has lost its compass — and Will Smith’s slap points to its impending death.
By Jeff Hurvitz
In the mid-1900s, the banning of books and films was associated with conservatism. But the targets of censorship have changed. What was once condemned by the Left is now celebrated.
By Thom Nickels