The concatenation of ideas we call “woke” has transformed tolerance into a norm of forced association, speech, and performance.
The authority to proclaim a Thanksgiving might seem trivial to us. But it is, in fact, fraught with meaning.
One can be “woke” or one can be self-aware, that is, aware of man’s political nature. One cannot be both, and this puts SJW's beyond satire.
In 1796, in the midst of the donnybrook over the Jay Treaty, President Washington asserted what we now call “executive privilege .”
Civic movements can be a tremendous blessing to society, but only if the public square remains free.
Richard Samuelson is associate professor of government in Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship.