Your opponents’ policy preferences aren’t going to lead us to certain doom, and other ways hyperbole degrades public discourse.
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The Chinese Communist Party is intent on controlling the narrative worldwide, not just within China. Some Western businesses and institutions are aiding…
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Organizations that should be at the forefront in defending free expression and open discourse are ceding ground to illiberalism or even actively…
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Science should always be contested, but if the evidence is clear, we should listen to science even if what we hear does not conform to our preconceived…
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Recent controversies and internal conflicts within major publishing houses and book retailers highlight a worrying trend.
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Why America's founding vision of limiting those in government from policing beliefs and speech should extend to the broader liberal project.
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"To be afraid of ideas, of any ideas, is to be unfit for self-government."
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A Q&A on the Mercatus Center’s Program on Pluralism and Civil Exchange with Program Director Ben Klutsey.
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The WB talks a big game about "safeguarding the integrity" of art and promoting "stories that represent the LGBTQ+ experience" . . . except in China.
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When inclusion means conformity, how the Democratic Party's leftward shift is going, and identity politics under the microscope.
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Activists and thinkers, disagreement as trauma, and hope amidst institutional decline.
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