Faced with increasingly violent Marxist revolutionaries styling themselves “Antifa,” along with legions of useful idiots who might genuinely believe their phony narrative, conservatives and non-statists on college campuses across America have been in many cases literally terrorized into silence. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is working to change that.
Hugh Hefner, the playboy who in 1953 founded Playboy magazine, died yesterday at age 91. The publisher is being remembered as a bold cultural revolutionary and savvy businessman, but the reaction to his death, as that to his life, tells us more about the masses and media than the man.
Conservative activists at Cal-Berkeley attempted to rally for free speech, but leftist radicals were determined to prevent it, resulting in yet another violent confrontation.
A disturbed and apparently confused 5th grade teacher in Florida sparked a parental outcry and a national scandal after demanding that the young children she indoctrinates refer to her by the supposedly gender-neutral term “Mix” instead of the traditional Miss or Ms. Victims included children as young as 9-years old.
Though the National Anthem protests seem to be increasing, with more and more players participating, NFL teams are beginning to lose fans in droves as a result.
Owners, coaches, and players are now saying they are not skipping the National Anthem to trash the country, the flag, the military, or the police, but the comments coming from the Steelers illustrates the contradictions coming out of the NFL.
A teacher at River Ridge High School in Woodstock, Georgia, is accused of violating students’ First Amendment rights on September 2 when she told them to remove their pro-Trump t-shirts. Now the school is threatening to prohibit a student protest planned for September 27 to show opposition to that teacher’s actions.
When President Trump said he would like to see NFL players who disrespect the flag fired, some mistakenly thought this was a call for a violation of their constitutionally protected right of free speech — wrong.