In the same measure that a civilized society must not tolerate racial discrimination, nor can it tolerate the false and wilful imputation of repulsive attitudes to someone who does not hold them.
The portrayal of mayoral candidate Faith Goldy as a white supremacist, and use of that unfounded characterization to blackball her from candidates’ debates, and ban her advertisements from CTV is outrageous. I happened to encounter Mayor John Tory this week, and while he considers the Goldy campaign distasteful, fair-minded man as he is, he did not disagree with my contemptuous views of the attempts to silence it.
In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden.
On Monday night, President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign announced that it had raised in excess of $18 million over the past three months, a haul that means the incumbent has already raised $106 million for a race that is more than two years away.
Journalists spent last week rewriting history as it happened and denying the thuggery of left-wing protests. It was like watching a reality TV version of “1984.”
“Kanye West is what happens when negroes don’t read,” CNN commentator Bakari Sellers said, apparently referencing a Chris Rock stand-up routine from the 1990s. Sellers added that West does not have the depth to understand the issues with the Trump presidency.
Many of Trump’s perceived achievements are hugely controversial, and his opponents will argue that they stain America’s image, reverse a march toward human progress and justice, and will ultimately exert a price the nation will be paying for many years to come.
And Democrats carp that Trump is only building off the far more significant economic work of his predecessor Barack Obama in the wake of the Great Recession and argue that his tax cuts sharply worsened inequality and exploded budget deficits in a way that will haunt the economy for decades.
One of the largest social media giants in the world banned a video that mocking the mainstream press for spinning every story into a hit piece on President Donald J. Trump and his supporters.
New York Times writer Emily Bazelon helped write a blockbuster story this week that revealed Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, once threw ice at another guy in a bar 30 odd years ago.
CNN’s Alisyn Camerota said on Tuesday that the ice-throwing incident that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was involved in during his college years was a relevant piece of information in determining whether he was guilty of sexual assault.
Open border advocates say immigrants come here to do jobs Americans won’t do. Well, excuse me, but we have Americans all too willing to kill their brethren. Murder is a job American criminals are quite willing to do and to those who say immigrants commit crime at a lower rate than American citizens, I say that all that proves is that we have enough criminals – we don’t need to import more.
With tensions over SCOTUS nomination at a boiling point, a USA Today article discusses if Brett Kavanaugh should continue coaching girls’ basketball team, bringing into the story recent child sex abuse scandals in US sports.
Roslyn La Liberte has become widely known as the screaming woman in a MAGA cap after a photo of her wearing went viral in which it appears she is shouting at a Latin-American teenage boy.
Rt.com reports: In a lawsuit, filed with the New York Eastern District Court, La Liberte says that Reid “used her substantial social media presence, fame, and reputation as a hard-hitting journalist” to peddle false accusations of racism against her.
As Hurricane Storm Florence lashed through the Carolinas with howling winds and heavy rain, one reporter was captured attempting to keep it together as winds appeared to lash at him, but was mocked when two people were seen walking behind him with little difficulty.
Yesterday’s “anonymous op-ed’ from the New York Times stinks to hell. There’s something very odd about it. Is it the New York Times finally admitting the Deep State is real and they are colluding with it to stage a soft coup of Trump? Or is it just pure and complete BS propaganda from the New York Times masquerading as an op-ed?
As the mystery continues to grow over who wrote the now infamous New York Times op-ed about President Donald Trump’s chaotic White House, First Lady Melania Trump offered her own thoughts on the editorial Thursday afternoon.