Anti-Ben Shapiro protesters rolled out some unsavory chants at Ohio State on Tuesday.
When the Left is already screaming at people in public and doxxing them and staking out their homes, what does it look like for them to fight harder?
Liberals are losing their minds over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on Saturday. Here’s some of the best.
To call attention to Publix’s alleged three- or four- times removed support of the National Rifle Association, David Hogg and his co-conspirators organized a ‘die-in’ at the Florida supermarket.
A leftist organizing group backed by deep-pocketed unions loudly protested outside of Republican Congressman Jason Lewis’s home in Woodbury Minnesota, spurring frightened neighbors to call the police.
While it’s nice to see the fourth estate and the executive branch united in number crunching, America would be better served if our media and president sparred over any other issue.
‘Your name is fake, your company is fake, and the claims on your website are false.’
It may be maddening to hear voices on the left support violent protests sometimes, and condemn it at other times. But there’s a method to this madness.
The election of Donald J. Trump was perhaps unfortunate, but he is now our president, and there are no do-overs in a democracy.
Thousands gathered in Chicago on Wednesday to protest Trump’s electoral victory — including one protestor who said Hillary should sue and declare herself president.
It took a unique combination of distrust, arrogance, and prosecutorial blunders to lead the Malheur occupiers to get away with their crimes.
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