On Thursday, parents in Fairfax County, Va., one of the country's largest school districts, got a disturbing email.
Organized and conscientious parents voted in new board members committed to resisting left-wing indoctrination with landslides of nearly 70 percent.
Conversations with parents, students and teachers reveal that even self-described liberals and lifelong Democrats are extremely alarmed by what they see as dogmatic classroom activism and outright discrimination.
The rising tide of crimes against Asian Americans has motivated many to engage in political activism. However, politically active Asian Americans have bifurcated into two camps: woke elites and everyone else.
Emphasizing impact over intention can make sense in many situations. However, it can also have deleterious effects, including the perpetuation of racism.
There are five tactical reasons that businesses—including companies that have come out against Georgia's election law—should rethink their highly publicized, and potentially costly, forays into politics.
When I joined the Marine Corps, I was thrust into a strange new environment in which I was surrounded by people who held attitudes, beliefs and ideologies very different from my own.
We all know what that means: any dissension on any issue that Biden-appointed top brass says is racist, sexist or homophobic will not be tolerated.
Raging combatants in today's battles over "cancel culture" should consider the successful resolution of similar controversies in in the past.
The dean of Georgetown's law school sent a chilling message: if you are to participate in any discussion regarding grades and race, you must express the politically correct view of the matter.
There's a national movement to remove SAT and ACT test scores from consideration for college admissions.
Labor problems and class differences persist unaddressed while well-educated, white-collar workers focus on problems that are easier for their bosses to pretend to fix.
Woke corporations in America today think they can fire employees for their politics without legal liability. They're mistaken.
Today's cancel culture, just as with the totalitarian regime in the country of my birth, ruthlessly doles out disproportionate retribution for the crime of dissent.
Notably, President Trump's landmark executive order on anti-Semitism has been scrubbed from the Biden White House's website.
Despite challenges, courts have routinely noted the Constitution's approval of legislative prayers—by chaplains, volunteers and even elected officials.
Liberal censoriousness and scorn frequently seems like a mute button to those who already feel unheard.
Word-policing, even in documents few will ever read, forces a position under the guise of inclusivity.
CBS thinks this is evolved casting, but its statement suggests it views minorities as props to signal virtue.
Allowing a university department to impose its collective beliefs on all professors and students is a core violation of academic freedom. It threatens freedom of speech and conscience.