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It’s Impossible to Be Neutral About Taylor Swift

The Tortured Poets Department and the broken way we talk about pop music

When Fans Fight Back

Oakland has become a new center of sports fan activism. But with the A’s headed to Las Vegas, what are the fans there still fighting for?

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On March 19, office products entrepreneur and philanthropist Jack Miller turned 95 years old. That was the...
One hundred and fifty-nine years ago this Sunday, a 26-year-old white supremacist and Confederate sympathizer named...

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Under a legal theory endorsed by the 5th Circuit, Martin Luther King Jr. could have been liable for other people’s violence.
Campuses must have the highest tolerance for expression, but no tolerance at all for violence like that exhibited by an anti-Israel mob this week.

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The Mental is Political

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The Internet’s New Favorite Philosopher

Byung-Chul Han, in treatises such as “The Burnout Society” and his latest, “The Crisis of Narration,” diagnoses the frenetic aimlessness of the digital age.

It’s Impossible to Be Neutral About Taylor Swift

The Tortured Poets Department and the broken way we talk about pop music

When Fans Fight Back

Oakland has become a new center of sports fan activism. But with the A’s headed to Las Vegas, what are the fans there still fighting for?

Essential Reading

On March 19, office products entrepreneur and philanthropist Jack Miller turned 95 years old. That was the...
One hundred and fifty-nine years ago this Sunday, a 26-year-old white supremacist and Confederate sympathizer named...

In the News

Essential Reading

Under a legal theory endorsed by the 5th Circuit, Martin Luther King Jr. could have been liable for other people’s violence.
Campuses must have the highest tolerance for expression, but no tolerance at all for violence like that exhibited by an anti-Israel mob this week.

More From Real Clear

RealClearBooks Friday

The Mental is Political

On Lionel Shriver's 'Mania'

The Internet’s New Favorite Philosopher

Byung-Chul Han, in treatises such as “The Burnout Society” and his latest, “The Crisis of Narration,” diagnoses the frenetic aimlessness of the digital age.

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