This is satire. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In his long-anticipated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day address, President Trump warned not to judge people “based on their color, or their hair, or where they come from, or how big a loan they got
Beginning on January 1st of this new year, Germany’s new hate speech laws have gone into effect and are now being enforced. The new laws are dubbed Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz, and even for someone a little bit familiar with the German language,
I’ve made several allusions to societal drift toward nothing - I find it the most horrifying plague on our society. It’s worse than the debt crisis, worse than genocide in the Middle East, worse than the environmental catastrophe, worse than
There is a growing mistrust of the very institutions we’ve put in place to help guide society; Intelligence agencies, academic centers, our media and journalists, and of course our governments (though it’s debatable if governments or politicians were ever truly “trusted”).
Three conservative writers I read on a routine basis, Ben Shapiro, Jonah Goldberg, and Kevin D. Williamson, have articles this past week that address the existential crisis the Left threw itself into following Donald Trump's election. In a level of
I am going to say something rarely said by anyone who writes articles, but I feel it's an important thing to casually mention. Borderline every article I write is geared 100% to get attention, be controversial and make some people
Nonsense-filled online stories have become the new scourge of pundits, politicos and the democratic establishment alike. Recently, Hillary Clinton (who has spent the month since her defeat staring into the distance on a cob-webbed rocking chair) ventured out in public