Category: Activism

A Descent Into Progressive, Racial, Post-Modern Madness

Below, Joe Rogan does a superb interview of Bret Weinstein, the Evergreen College professor at the center of more than one racially charged event playing out on his campus, where victim studies students and faculty are pushing radical agendas founded upon a rejection of the Enlightenment values and the concept of

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Milo Yiannopoulos

Learning to love the brilliant and controversial Milo Yiannopoulos *UPDATED*

[And timing is everything. The day after I wrote an encomium to Milo, who speaks forcefully about (among other things) gender dysphoria and the danger to children in bathrooms, PJ Media claims he supports gay pedophilia — or, at least, being a provocateur, provocatively says things he implies he does.

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The Bookworm Beat 1-10: Let the Games Begin

The Hunger Games:  DC Edition The confirmation hearing for Jeff Sessions began today.  It was largely without fireworks — perhaps because Senator Sessions is not the evil, racist, misogynist, card carrying Grand Cyclops of the local Mobile chapter of the KKK (actually I think Sessions had him executed — I wait

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The Bookworm Beat 12/30 — Lame Duck Quaking Edition

New Year’s Concern Trolling Kurt Schlichter, concerned for the future well being of our nation’s lefties, has published Some New Years Resolutions For Our Progressive Pals.  Among his noteworthy suggestions: Leverage Hollywood Star Power: As you know, all normal Americans believe Hollywood stars are powerful role models who we should

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Is Steve Bannon Proof Of Evil Anti-Semitism At The Heart Of Donald Trump’s Inner Circle?

Donald Trump just named Satan’s racist, anti-Semitic second cousin, Steve Bannon, to his cabinet.  Proof, you ask?  Why, just take a look at just a handful of these headlines: CNN:  White nationalists see advocate in Steve Bannon who will hold Trump to his campaign promises. Forward.com:  Will Steve Bannon Be

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Progressives & The Supreme Court

Dahlia Lithwick, Slate’s correspondent for the courts and law, is apoplectic that the right did not consider Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland (see Ms. BWR’s analysis here)  for the Supreme Court, and now will never do so.  She wrote about this recently in Republicans Stole the Supreme Court. Ms. Lithwick cites

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The Bookworm Beat 3/23/16 — the “catching up” edition and open thread

Bush didn’t, Obama wouldn’t, but the next president should: Call into the Oval Office the leaders of Muslim communities throughout America to say, “Because of the First Amendment, the fact that you and the people in your community practice Islam is irrelevant to us in America. Your faith is your

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The current crop of race riots will not make ordinary Americans more sympathetic to the plight of American blacks

The current crop of Michael Brown and Eric Garner themed protests apparently have as one of their goals educating white Americans about the horrors of racism in America.  (I say as one of their goals, since their primary goals seem to be twofold:  the rapture of riot and the opportunity for looting.)  I  strongly believe

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