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  1. culture war
    Colin Kaepernick Just Showed How We Can End Corporate WelfareArizona’s GOP governor is canceling subsidies to Nike. Now, to eradicate corporate welfare, we just need every other corporation to get “woke.”
  2. 2018 midterms
    The Toxic Cycle That Keeps Republicans Focused on Culture WarTrump’s staunching his party’s losses by revving up its culture-obsessed base. That will make this strategy even more central in the future.
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    How ‘Coddled’ Are American College Students, Anyway?In their much-debated new book, Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff raise alarms. The left has scoffed. Don’t buy either of those positions yet.
  4. culture war
    Conservatives Are Now Drinking From Plastic Straws to Own the LibsHardcore.
  5. Campaign on Taxes or Culture War? GOP, Trump Divided on Midterm MessageRepublicans are vulnerable in different kinds of districts, some where Trump’s rhetoric is attractive and others where it’s toxic.
  6. CPAC Audience Lets Trump Know It Cares More About Guns Than Tax CutsIn a strange but revealing direct poll of his adoring audience, Trump finds confirmation that the culture war matters most.
  7. culture war
    Alex Jones Admits Defeat in Battle Against Yogurt EmpireThe Infowars host settled with Chobani on Wednesday.
  8. culture war
    Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Admits Defeat in Battle Against ChobaniThe Infowars host settled with Chobani on Wednesday.
  9. culture war
    Alex Jones Is Now Being Sued by Chobani YogurtAlex Jones’s latest legal battle is against a yogurt company.
  10. culture war
    Here’s Why Chobani Yogurt Is Suing Far-Right Radio Host Alex JonesAlex Jones’s latest legal battle is against a yogurt company.
  11. media
    Fox News’ ‘War on Christmas’ Is Brilliant Psychological Manipulation“In effect, watching Fox News makes less religious people as concerned about secularization as those who go to church frequently.”
  12. pornography
    Explaining the Latest Skirmish in the Porn WarsBeware of simple x-causes-y stories.