The Balenciaga scandal: under the hood of the woke machine

Dec 3, 2022 by

by Samuel John, MercatorNet: Something is rotten in the fashion industry. The fashion industry is hardly known for its respect for children and decency but the recent Balenciaga saga takes it to a new level. For those unfamiliar with the...

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An altered state

Nov 30, 2022 by

by Melanie Phillips: There is no such thing as a multicultural society. The findings of the 2021 census for England and Wales reveal a country that is becoming unrecognisable before our very eyes. Britain’s two largest cities, London and...

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The Public Square, “Religious Neutrality” and the War on Christianity

Nov 20, 2022 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: The public arena is not neutral, with rival religions competing for hegemony: We are told – at least in theory – that in the West all points of view are welcome, and they can be argued for in public...

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A Post-Christian World

Nov 16, 2022 by

by Calvin Robinson: We are living in a post-Christian world. Christophobia is on the increase at home and abroad. The latest data from Open Doors shows that Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world. Not only that, there’s...

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The Advice Column of Expressive Individualism

Nov 16, 2022 by

by Devorah Goldman, Public Discourse: The expressive individualists promised a world in which moral conventions could be cast off in favor of something more beautiful, purposeful, passionate, and true. Instead, we have been left with an...

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An Era of Emoting, and the Death of the West

Nov 14, 2022 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: A culture based only on feelings and sensations is a doomed culture: Civilisations used to be based in good measure on reason and mental and moral clarity, on rationality and common sense. Sadly most of...

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