If it’s too exciting, it breaks our society. Too boring, it breaks its business model. It’s hard for an addiction machine to get it just right, so Zuck wants the feds to step in.
James Poulos is the author of The Art of Being Free and a contributing editor at American Affairs.
Online, violating expectations for laughs is almost a foundational principle. So why not an about-face on spending? If it goes viral, go with it.
So much for any optimism about a potential Cruz reboot of international relations after the mistakes of the last two administrations.
So the anti-feminist feminist got heckled again by the PC kids. We can disdain them. But instead let’s turn to Plato, who can explain them.
Yes, it’s political correctness run amok. But it’s more than that. Campuses are grooming whiners because they aren’t nurturing citizens.
Now we’re getting legislation to enforce that yes means yes on campuses. OK, but let’s understand that it comes at a price to autonomy.
A new Twitter screening program allows users to stiff-arm the disagreeable. If we can’t save ourselves from each other, maybe algorithms can.
Edward Snowden won at the Oscars, but he’s losing in RL. We don’t hate the surveillance state. We’re embracing it more and more.
A for-profit company looks to partner with brokers and realtors to help change the world, one house at a time.
Now that Jeb Bush is talking up “reform conservatism”, it’s time to take a look at who the reformocons actually are—and what they can do to actually win the debate.