Monthly Report for Subscribers
Claudine Gay resigns, a whistleblower comes forward, and a new civil rights agenda.
Each year, I build my work around a specific theme. In 2021, it was critical race theory. In 2022, it was gender ideology. In 2023, it was DEI. This year, rather than focus on another specific domain, I’ve selected the theme of “activism per se.”
It’s already off to a resounding start. My reporting on academic plagiarism helped drive the resignation of Harvard president Claudine Gay. This week, I will be launching the Logos Fellowship with Manhattan Institute, teaching the next generation of conservative journalists and activists how to develop projects that can transform public debate and change policy.
In total, my work generated approximately 70 million direct media impressions in January.