Bye bye, vocal fry. All the cool kids in 2013 are ending their sentences with invisible question marks.
The actress says: "‘We have to reinvest, I think, in the idea of articulacy as a form of personal human freedom and power."
Do you use the increasingly omnipresent "he or she" in lieu of the more common (more traditional? more misogynist? more simple?) "he" when writing? David Gelertner of the American Enterprise Institute has some major beef with you: He insists that those who use words like"chairperson" and "firefighter" instead of…