A group of wealthy celebrities requesting the abolition of something they don’t even need is disingenuous at best, callous at worst.
Iranian ‘outrage’ over racial tensions in America is simply a hypocritical attempt to degitimize any criticisms of past, present, and future Iranian crimes.
Those leading the charge to keep America closed seem to have a problem living under their own rules.
I’m utterly mystified by those who insist on another national struggle session over the president’s rhetoric because of their misplaced belief that D.C. was all curtsies and decorum before Trump showed up.
Trump has publicly condemned white supremacy, and racism appears to have nothing to do with Ohio’s attack, yet the media are still blaming him for the mass shootings that occurred in Ohio and Texas.
‘Stuber’ showcases the hypocrisy endemic in Hollywood, which admonishes Middle America for holding retrograde or taboo values while fiddling with those same values and laughing all the way to the bank.
Speaker Pelosi breaks her promise, that members of Congress would be allowed time to read each bill, merely six weeks after she made it.
Progressives make such a big deal out of hateful and culturally appropriative depictions in other contexts, but not when Christians are the victims.
The ACLU has chosen activism over free speech advocacy for abortion, and hit the warpath against the First Amendment rights of small business owners.
Lately, left-wing comedy director Judd Apatow is not so humorously trying to blacklist conservative commentator Laura Ingraham.
Hypocrisy, even that which stinks to the highest heaven, does not and cannot disprove truth.
If George W. Bush stood alongside a KKK official at a funeral, the media would ask the former president if he disavows the bigot. Not with Bill Clinton and Louis Farrakhan.
Weigel’s sycophancy for a left-wing loser is not the sort of opinion that used to land him in professional trouble. But his career arc is a window in American journalism and politics.
In defending a new hire with a history of anti-white statements, The New York Times employs a clear double standard about denigrating racial rhetoric, and it is time for it to explain why.
According to a Washington Post columnist, public shaming of Trump supporters is fine, but public shaming of the news media is a bridge too far.
The less prone we are to self-examination, the more self-aggrandizing we become in our denunciations. It’s making our society harsher.
This is an identical scenario to what the Left insists is a civil rights violation, dehumanization, an act of bigotry: for a small business owner to decline to serve someone based on differences of belief.
Samantha Bee and Roseanne Barr are only the latest example. Conservatives must get more vocal in holding leftists accountable to their own rules.
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