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Culture

Why are wives still taking their husbands’ last names?

Despite feminism, some of us want to retain some connection to our ancestral past

By Casey Chalk

Book Review

Debunking the grievance industry in our schools

A new book shows how the 1619 Project is being taught to students

By Casey Chalk

Sports

The punishing and nostalgic life of a Washington NFL fan

Nowadays there are few football traditions worth cherishing in our nation’s capital

By Casey Chalk

Place

In Ottawa, where junkies and technocrats collide

Canada’s liberal capital city has been besieged by drugs and disorder

By Casey Chalk

Book Review

Exposing the logical fallacies of Critical Race Theory

A sharp new book takes a look at its quackery

By Casey Chalk

Culture

How Catholics became the new WASPs

Once discriminated against, they’re now our best chance of upholding American ideals

By Casey Chalk

Media

Margaret Sullivan and the media’s self-awareness crisis

They congratulate themselves for hating Trump while ignoring their own failures

By Casey Chalk

Book Review

The liberal arts are worth defending against ‘multiculturalists’

As the kids head back to school, it’s time to think about what they’re actually learning

By Casey Chalk

Culture

Demi Lovato’s pronoun-based self-deception

Why do we insist on celebrating those who need our help?

By Casey Chalk

Culture

Why can’t a woman be a man?

Pretending she can is destroying everything feminists worked for

By Casey Chalk

Politics

Where does the pro-life movement go from here?

A new book asks a very timely question

By Casey Chalk

Culture

Michael Gerson’s descent into liberalism

The Washington Post’s in-house evangelical digs Pride Month and John Roberts

By Casey Chalk

Culture

The urban elite thinks they’re a victim class

They live to move in the worlds of affluence and activism

By Casey Chalk

Sports

Little league keeps me sane

Just good old American tradition

By Casey Chalk

Policy

The reviled Woodrow Wilson

Progressives tear him down but they bear his influence

By Casey Chalk

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