Joseph D'Hippolito
Joseph D'Hippolito

Joseph D’Hippolito is a freelance writer whose commentaries have appeared in the Jerusalem Post, The Stream, Front Page Magazine, and American Thinker.

Notre Dame Coach Says She’ll Never Hire Another Man: ‘We Don’t Have Enough Women In Power’

In the final analysis, no moral difference exists between a female coach saying she would never hire a male assistant, and a white man saying that he would never hire a black.

The More People Like Jussie Smollett Cry Wolf, The Less People Believe In Hate Crimes

Those perpetuating now-frequent hate hoaxes risk desensitizing Americans from legitimate racism by sacrificing truth on the altar of political expediency.

2019 Super Bowl Viewership Was The Lowest In A Decade

Boycotts in New Orleans, NFL political controversy, a weird halftime performance, and declining interest in football nationwide might all be sharing blame.

How The Left’s Attachment To Abortion Reflects Its Inner Marxism

Abortion’s prominence in the American left’s thought directly reflects its prominence in Marxist thought, which today enjoys a deep influence in this country.

Antifa Is Not Fighting For Freedom, But For Communist Revolution

Despite antiseptic portrayals throughout American media, Antifa are more than ‘anti-fascists.’ Antifa provide the violent complement to academic neo-Marxism.

Pro Sports To Christian Players And Fans: ‘We Don’t Want Your Kind Around Here’

Should Christian athletes capitulate to the sexual mores of the current Zeitgeist or risk confrontation with the fans and teams that pay their salaries?