The latest diktat from the Obama administration bizarrely treats students' sexual come-ons and flirting as sexual harassment.
ESSAY: Too many in the UK cultural sector seek to defend arts education in terms that have nothing to do with art.
Why is the NUS so hellbent on depicting its members as mentally fragile creatures who can't cope with life?
Barrister Jon Holbrook says equality is no longer a progressive demand but rather is used to demolish differences between people.
The political class’s war on alleged ‘tax dodgers’ like Google and Starbucks is a big fat displacement activity.
The EU’s latest mad ban is revealing, suggesting it doesn’t even trust ordinary people to pour their own olive oil.
A reissue of Zoe Fairbairns’ dystopian novel Benefits is a timely reminder that left-wingers weren't always such big fans of welfarism.
In the battle of the quality American shows this spring, it’s Game of Thrones wearing the crown over Mad Men.
The second instalment of JJ Abrams’ franchise reboot is more pointless popcorn than pop philosophy.
It isn’t only Little Englanders who should rage against the undemocratic EU – so should those who care about the continent and its peoples.
Chris Grayling’s proposal to supervise offenders after they've been released from jail is authoritarian and unjust.
The US authorities are armed to the teeth, and we're panicking about citizens printing out rubbish guns?
The beatification of Angelina Jolie for writing about her mastectomy confirms that celebrity culture has reached new and hysterical heights.
The West’s conventional firepower, used against regimes with WMD, is far more destructive than any WMD.
So, is mental distress caused by faulty genes or by past experiences of childhood abuse? Maybe it’s neither.