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Grayson Quay

Politics

The battle for ‘based’

Libertarians and traditionalists duke it out on Twitter over a popular and charged word

By Grayson Quay

Theater

If Hamilton is cringe, then America is done for

The woke, and a few on the right, are ready to jettison the Founding Fathers

By Grayson Quay

Culture

What’s driving America’s sex recession?

And what does Christianity have to do with it?

By Grayson Quay

Education

The Tudor roots of wokecraft

The Reformation was a top-down affair, an agenda imposed by a cultural and political elite

By Grayson Quay

Politics

Abortion has poisoned American politics. Good

This is one issue where the culture war should burn hot

By Grayson Quay

Trade

Can protectionism bring back my father’s world?

Economically maybe, but culture matters too

By Grayson Quay

Culture

Assisted suicide is the new trans rights

DIY suicide devices show just how far the misguided quest for individual autonomy will go

By Grayson Quay

Architecture

Is woke Notre-Dame the future of Christianity?

The torched cathedral is being given a coat of secular modernist paint

By Grayson Quay

Culture

I could have been Kyle Rittenhouse

His tragedy shows we need men — and can’t them fall to one political faction or another

By Grayson Quay

Culture

Travis Scott, satanist?

The TikTok theories are wrong, but the rapper who played on in Houston did indulge in demonic themes

By Grayson Quay

Education

A little less self-expression, please

What lap dances at a Kentucky high school can teach us about the modern self

By Grayson Quay

Sports

How to save golf

We can keep what’s best about the game while making it more sustainable and egalitarian

By Grayson Quay

Policy

Time for conservatives to fall out of love with the suburbs

Left-wing McMansionites are making it impossible to build good housing

By Grayson Quay

Policy

Biden’s tax credit won’t convince women to have more kids

It might help a little, but the reasons for our low birthrate ultimately run deeper

By Grayson Quay

Politics

The green movement flirts with violent sabotage

Pro-lifers could never get away with this

By Grayson Quay

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