Accuracy in Media’s Amanda Florian interviews several people from both sides of the political spectrum, asking them how they felt after hearing about the Supreme Court decision concerning a 2013 Texas abortion law.
Monthly Archives For June 2016
Um, that doesn’t make any sense how someone’s views can be a microaggression. Then again, microaggressions don’t make sense, where microaggressions mean that people are triggered and upset by what people say.
Snubbing Winston Churchill in the new AP European History. This is textbook historical revisionism by the Left.
A sitting judge of the 7th Circuit Court, Richard Posner, said that tributes to the late Justice Antonin Scalia are “absurd.” He also said that judges shouldn’t have to sit down and read the Constitution extensively. Huh?
Apparently, the taxpayer-funded microaggressions guide at North Carolina disappeared soon after it went up.
Anti-white racism is apparently alive and well in Philadelphia: Philadelphia’s public school system was ordered to pay out $2.3 million in damages after a court found it deliberately discriminated against a white-owned business. Security and Data…
A study in the Harvard Business Review alleges that diversity trainings are a sham and aren’t actually diverse.
Words like “Christmas vacation” are considered microaggressions at North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
The shooting attack happened in 2014, but was only released recently due to objections from victims’ families. One student was killed and two others were hurt by the shotgun-wielding assailant before he was disarmed by…
Regular Republicans may still be skittish about him but even their most eloquent and articulate critics on the left are hard put to make a coherent case against the presumptive Republican candidate for president. This…