It’s not exactly good look for a sitting politician to spread harmful anti-Semitic stereotypes about big bad Jews and their big bad money.
That Minnesota Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar has left her anti-Semitic comments online while feigning remorse and deleting others is telling.
The organizations consciously uncoupling from the Women’s March over anti-Semitism deserve some applause for doing the right thing. But only two cheers.
The Women’s March has an anti-Semitism problem, and it’s causing the left-wing movement to come apart at the seams.
Democratic Party leaders refuse to condemn Ilhan Omar’s contention that Israel is a racist regime. Considering their embrace of Women’s March leaders, it’s no surprise.
A camp within the United States where children were being trained to shoot up schools in terrorist attacks should be in the news every day, until every connection is scrutinized.
Democrats are ignoring — and worse, rationalizing — the bigotry in their midst.
Every time someone tells us that conservatism is in its death throes, conservatism makes a miraculous comeback. Heralding its demise is premature.
In this week’s episode of #ProblematicWomen, Kelsey Harkness and Bre Payton talk why Meghan Markle’s recent engagement to Prince Harry does not make her a bad feminist.
It’s not all that difficult to simultaneously hate Nazis and communists. Perhaps our leftist commentariat should give it a try.
Activist Linda Sarsour’s ‘resume,’ Tapper’s condemnation of her, and their subsequent Twitter exchange illustrate the extent to which this darling of the progressive Left—and her followers—are unhinged.
Gilead is a fictional place. But if it exists, it’s found in a country like Saudi Arabia, where women are trapped under sharia law and punished for wearing miniskirts.
By rejecting Roger Waters and other anti-Semites in the divestment movement, Radiohead exemplifies the genuine spirit of liberalism.
‘For the West to see a day free from wars against Islamist terror…we must wage an ideological war to influence the minds of Muslims,’ says Zuhdi Jasser.
You are not my worst nightmare, Linda Sarsour. What is my worst nightmare is another radical extremist waging jihad against people I know and love.
Islamic activist Linda Sarsour’s recent comments can leave a person with the impression that she is inciting sedition from Muslims in America.
What unites these two seemingly antithetical movements is their shared desires to accumulate power and topple a common enemy.
Although she thinks a President Trump will turn back the clock 300 years, Linda Sarsour forgets that Islam never left the Middle Ages in its view of women.
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