Abolishing ICE would throw out a welcome mat for illegal immigrants, especially those who want to harm America. This is not bureaucratic reform, it is abandoning our laws.
Surely, something as dull as a judicial nomination won’t inspire hyperbole and hysteria, will it? If you think so, congratulations on having never been on social media.
In the past couple of months, Republicans and government officials who work for President Trump have received death threats, been run out of restaurants and stores, and followed to their cars.
A woman with the same name as the restaurant co-owner says she has gotten more than 400 phone calls after somebody publicized her cell number: ‘One of them told me to put the barrel of a shotgun down my throat.’
The story of the ‘Roseanne’ reboot and its demise is an American cultural tragedy whose historical ramifications will reverberate long after the doomsday device kills us all.
To many outside the industry, this looks like banning conservatives from the public square, but that’s taking a very simplistic and borderline-false view of it.
Mary Katharine Ham and Emily Jashinsky round up this week’s latest Hollywood drama and apologies on the Federalist Radio Hour.
The New York Times called the invitation of a Republican First Lady to a women’s liberal arts school in Massachusetts, ‘seemingly harmless.’ Those were more innocent days.
The Internet needs Lewis Hamilton to stand up for what he really thinks, because the world needs diverse, free thinkers.
From Black Lives Matter to the white working class, alienated segments of society believe amplifying their tone will allow them to regain power taken from them.
‘The fans of professional football are not powerless – we’re just not yet offended enough to turn the channel.’
Virtue signaling, sanctimonious lecturing, and temper tantrums are the foundations of a newly emerging TV genre in Trump’s America.
Taylor Swift’s atonal chanting about revenge and blaming others for what we do perfectly fits our current politics and culture.
Media coverage, and punditry in particular, has become blatantly skewed toward provocation, rather than persuasion. This is a loss for democracy and our shared humanity.
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