Critics Miss the Point of the ‘Intellectual Dark Web’

May 12, 2018 by

by David French, National Review: Writers like Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro appeal to the growing number of Americans who feel left behind by mainstream American culture. It’s been interesting to watch and read the many critics of Bari Weiss’s instantly controversial piece on the leaders of the...

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Meet the Renegades of the Intellectual Dark Web

May 9, 2018 by

by Bari Weiss, New York Times: Here are some things that you will hear when you sit down to dinner with the vanguard of the Intellectual Dark Web: There are fundamental biological differences between men and women. Free speech is under siege. Identity politics is a toxic ideology that is tearing...

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If there’s all this far-Right hate around, why don’t we hear jackboots kicking at our door?

Mar 31, 2018 by

by Jules Gomes, Medium: In 2013, I flushed my TV licence down the toilet. Growing up in India, I had clung to my infantile illusion that the BBC was second in sanctity only to the sacred cows squatting on the thoroughfares of Indian megalopolises. If cow dung was holy sh*t to most Hindus, the...

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Shunned for supporting natural marriage, former Mozilla CEO is back with new browser

Sep 29, 2016 by

by Fr Mark Hodges, LifeSite: The former CEO of Mozilla has released a new Internet browser called Brave. Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript, continues to lead the technological revolution with Brave, an innovative concept in Internet browsers. After blowing away the competition (read:...

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Don’t Feed the Trolls – It Just Encourages Them

Jul 7, 2016 by

by Jennifer Roback Morse, The Blaze: As an observer of the human species, I believe I have discovered a new type. I call them “paid internet protesters,” or “PIPs” in internet-speak, who are all armchair culture warriors. Dr. Rachel Lu, a senior contributor at The Federalist, wrote an article...

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Church of Scotland ‘to introduce online baptism’ in bid to boost membership

May 18, 2016 by

by John Bingham, Telegraph: For centuries the key Christian sacraments of baptism and communion have symbolised people coming together in one place. But under potentially radical plans being considered by the Church of Scotland, the rites could be administered online for the first time in a move...

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