The new wave of freshman Democrats is beginning to criticize our nation’s historically strong ties with Israel. The party is clearly splitting on this issue of historic bipartisan unity.
Given its extensive history of terrorist support, it might seem odd that many companies and others targeted by the Council on American-Islamic Relations are quick to capitulate to their pressure campaigns.
The left is asking corporations to exert even more control over political speech in mass media by urging advertisers to pull out of Tucker Carlson’s show.
Actors want to boycott Georgia for the crime of electing a Republican governor. That would actually be a good thing for taxpayers, who are getting fleeced by stars who hate them.
As sex abuse runs rampant, how should faithful Catholics deal with bishops who have already deserted their flock by engaging in egregious behavior?
Lately, left-wing comedy director Judd Apatow is not so humorously trying to blacklist conservative commentator Laura Ingraham.
Not only will I no longer buy Nike products, I will also no longer wear shoes, socks, or underwear.
Obama education secretary Arne Duncan wants to know: ‘What if no children went to school until gun laws changed to keep them safe?’
We need to talk about how awful Keurig machines are.
As the weather turns cold and the mid-season ‘Game of Thrones’ lull sets in, you’ll want to tune in to some excitement, and I’ve got just the thing. It’s a story, of sorts.
Boycotting, especially of major corporations and their advertising, is the new hotness when it comes to protests. And it’s actually working.
In the false authority hall of fame, celebrities are at the top of the list. Why do we pay them any mind?
Americans are sick of public shaming. Especially when it involves boycotting good companies like L.L. Bean. Trump is a shield for them.
Over the weekend, Rep. John Lewis said he would boycott Trump’s inauguration, and called the president-elect illegitimate. That’s part of a dangerous trend.
Here’s yet another example of the Left refusing service to customers based on their beliefs, despite widely insisting the Right can’t do the same.
The government may not punish Colin Kaepernick or Megan Rapinoe for speaking out, and their employers have declined to do so. But what about the people? We are all free to decide.
There are striking contrasts between how Israel boycotts are treated by rules- and results-based institutions and institutions ruled by emotion that have no oversight.
If Apple can boycott Indiana, why can’t evangelicals boycott same-sex weddings?
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