Grammar Guerrilla: Pronoun Primer


In yet another indicator that the West is collapsing, Webster’s Dictionary has apparently named they, used to designate a particular, non-gendered person, the word of 2019. This seems to call for a quick refresher on basic grammar: There are two kinds of . . . Continue reading →

The Corrosive Consequences Of Speech Codes

Here’s the column that got me fired from the Denver Post. I’ve been a regular columnist for the Denver Post since 2016. …Plain talk that doesn’t conform to the newspeak law of “use only the words mandated by the perpetually offended.” So, . . . Continue reading →

Pronouns And The Destabilization Of Thought

When Vice President Kamala Harris announced her pronouns while introducing herself to pro-abortion disability rights activists, she also described what she was wearing: “I am Kamala Harris. My pronouns are she and her. I am a woman sitting at this table wearing . . . Continue reading →