Selwyn Duke

Government officials in Britain may ask a school's students what Muslims and lesbians are. And watch out if they don't get the "right" answers — because it could mean that school will be shut down.

There's a good Mississippi doctor who will see you no matter who you are, where you are, or how much money you have — and his state’s medical board wants to see him gone.

An all-female university panel of professors and activists has an idea for combating "sexism" and "racism": Make sure that women and blacks speak first in classroom discussions.

Call it athletics Marxism: In line with the growing trend toward "no-score" sports, a high-school girls’ basketball coach has just been suspended for achieving a resounding victory.

The treatment is called Miracle Mineral Solution, and one couple that bought it learned that a miracle is necessary today — to keep the government out of your life.

Scared into censorship: A news outlet suddenly cut the video feed of a journalist complaining about the media’s refusal to show the recent Charlie Hebdo cover — because the journalist showed the Charlie Hebdo cover.

 

A former FBI special agent has penned a damning open letter to Eric Holder in which he states to the attorney general, you "have sacrificed your integrity on the altar of political expediency" and have poor "personal character and [a] lack of professional judgment."

Wednesday, 14 January 2015 09:50

PEGIDA, Le Pen, Fascism, and Media Ignorance

When the media don't even understand basic political terminology, it raises a question: How can the electorate be informed when the purveyors of information are uninformed themselves?

The immigration model balkanizing the West was designed, as a leftist admitted in 2009, “to rub the Right's nose in diversity.” But the recent Muslim-jihadist attack in Paris is waking people up and and causing them to rub back — and the result may, ultimately, be bloody noses all the way around.

“My body, my choice!” may be a well-known rallying cry, but, increasingly, outside the realm of abortion it goes out the window. And the latest attack on this front involves a 17-year-old Connecticut teen told that she will undergo chemotherapy — whether she likes it or not.