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Injustice somewhere doesn't need to be met by gratuitous virtue-signaling everywhere. The intersectionality theory that a threat against one should be addressed by all has become an excuse for a lot of ostentatious and morally easy condemnations. Academics, environmentalists, and librarians decrying bigotry aren't bold. They're tacky self-promoters. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Hey academics, environmentalists, and librarians: Stop sending me your tacky Charlottesville press releases

Injustice somewhere doesn't need to be met by gratuitous virtue-signaling everywhere.

Nancy Pelosi calls on Paul Ryan to remove the Confederate statues she left in place

By Philip Wegmann

Pelosi held the gavel for 1,460 days and she never tried tearing down the Confederate statues during her tenure.

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Byron York: Measuring, and mismeasuring, the Trump conundrum

By Byron York

Trump's favorable and unfavorable rating -- not his job approval, but whether people hold a favorable or unfavorable view of him -- is virtu...

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