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WEEK IN REVIEW: Hard at Work

Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across are placed here, along with an arch tagline.


GPR: “End Gender Equality Once and for All”

“An invitation for male feminists,” the liberal Georgia Political Review, Samantha Cleare

THE EDITORS: It was not a good week not a good week at all for copy editors at the liberal Georgia Political Review.

AP STYLEBOOK: Yes.

Instability

“Sandstorm: The Middle East in chaos,” Raul Marc Gerecht, The Weekly Standard

Savor the Years

“Why we love college,” Matthew Gerken, Philanthropy Today

THE EDITORS: Why our time at university is worth treasuring.

Savor the Dumb

“Harvard students claim America is a bigger threat than ISIS,” Campus Reform

THE EDITORS: Behold, the leaders of tomorrow.

A Cautionary Tale

“I love Lena,” Ross Douthat, New York Times

THE EDITORS: Douthat explains why HBO’s Girls is the perfect advertisement for cultural conservatism. Sonny Bunch, for his part, advances the thesis that Lena Dunham is a deep-cover conservative working to discredit progressives.

Brave New World

“School Told to Call Kids ‘Purple Penguins’ Because ‘Boys and Girls’ Is Not Inclusive to Transgender,” Katherine Timpf, National Review

THE EDITORS: The Word War proceeds apace.

Blocked

“Justice Dept. will review practice of creating fake Facebook profiles,” Sari Horwitz, Washington Post

The Party of Wealth

“Not a Parody: Obama Fundraises with Rich Guy Named Rich Richman,” Andrew Stiles, The Washington Free Beacon

Stick to Acting, Champ.

“Ben Affleck’s Islam Problem,” Rich Lowry, National Review

THE EDITORS: You know the end of days is nigh when Mr. Buckley’s successor is defending Bill Maher.

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