He talked about being gay as if facts matter. From Robert Stacy McCain at the Patriarch Tree,
Being almost as notoriously heterosexual as President Trump, I wouldn’t be much offended at being targeted by an anti-gay slur. It’s an odd thing about what are commonly called “homophobic” insults: Who’s insulted?
If you’re not actually gay, why would someone call you a faggot? Is he trying to start a fight? Aren’t anti-gay insults, when aimed at a target who is not even suspected of homosexuality, just a way of saying, “I don’t like you”?
OK, you don’t like me, so you call me a faggot. And then what? More.
Reality check: Of course, Americans probably do not yet realize this but the whole point is a crackdown on what anyone other than Cool elite is allowed to say.
See also: The war on intellectual freedom How political correctness morphed into a monster.
The war on freedom is rotting our intellectual life In a world governed by naturalism, power is its own justification. That is the single hardest thing for opponents of rampant political correctness to grasp.
Pop icon Cher took to Twitter Thursday to blast the House’s passage of the American Health Care Act, lamenting that the bill’s signature into law would threaten to cut funding to treat her asthma.
LOS ANGELES heavy metal band Megadeth agreed to cut songs that were potentially “offensive” to Muslims after the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) Youth group voiced its objection to them touring the country.
Tweeting on Thursday before the band’s show, frontman Dave Mustaine responded to a fan informing him there would be no PAS Youth protest: “Thank you. If there is a song that offends Malaysians or their faith, please tell me. I wish to offend no one here. We cut songs for China.”
Nearly two decades of socialism has left oil-rich Venezuela in an unparalleled crisis.
Recent figures show that a majority of Venezuelans go to bed hungry and 15 percent of people eat garbage to survive. The country desperately lacks basic resources, such as medicine and power.
Just because something is trending on Twitter doesn’t mean any corresponding action will happen.
Remember 2014’s #BringBackOurGirls campaign, aimed at rescuing 200 kidnapped Nigerian girls? That ferocious social media campaign didn’t change the lives of those poor girls.
Stephen Colbert pulls the pin on a politically incorrect grenade
Stephen Colbert is a poofter, a pansy. He’s light in the loafers. He’s a flaming fairy. He’s gayer than the front row at a Bette Midler concert.
“Not that there’s anything wrong with that.”
Lena Dunham admits she went into a ‘psychotic rage’ after the election and had to leave Obama’s last White House party because all she could do was cry
What holds Venezuela together these days? According to the New York Times, this state is held together only by an encircling ring of death-squad gangs, who serve as its enforcers. These are the community organizers known as ‘colectivos’ who ride and circle around menacingly on motorcycles, and shoot randomly into crowds to generate terror. I saw them myself in Caracas in late 2005, and they were scary. Now, they are engorged with drug cash and legitimized by the state. Who could have imagined that this tontons macoute situation would be the logical conclusion of Chavista socialism?
Hello, Ms. Watson. Remember when you went to the United Nations and gave that speech about how everybody should be a feminist? April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Ms. Watson,. and the organization for which you are a spokeswoman . . . Well, let’s talk about “awareness”
“She thought he had become too controlling during the pregnancy and she had already allowed him to dictate her appearance and even the way she performed at concerts,” the source who works closely with the couple said.
Jackson even quietly made London her home after Al Mana insisted the family live under strict Muslim custom, which included prohibiting the new mom from being seen in public while nursing the baby.
The last straw for the thrice married “Control” singer was her husband’s reluctance to show concern for Katherine Jackson’s elder abuse claims against her nephew Trent.
Some of you might know that Shia LaBeouf still makes films, despite his reputation as an art-pop prank gone haywire, a kind of weaponised James Franco. Actually, that’s an exaggeration. One of you might know that Shia LaBeouf still makes films.
Man Down, LaBeouf’s new film, opened in the UK last week, and its opening weekend theatrical gross was £7. Not £7m. Not even £700. But a mere £7.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is opening up her lead over President Trump in a potential 2020 race, winning majorities among traditional Democratic groups and even two that helped put Trump in the White House, independents and voters with no college degree.
In a 3-2 city council vote last week, Malibu’s beachfront community of wealthy elite and majority white population became the nation’s latest sanctuary city. According to the LA Times, the move was motivated by the “privileged to stand up for the city’s vulnerable population” — meaning, the hired help these rich white folks don’t want to lose.
First rule of Skankclub.