Comicsgate continues to rage after IDW comic book writer Aubrey Sitterson lost his job because he turned G.I. Joe into a leftist fantasy, full of gay identity politics. Sitterson reimagined the beloved male character Salvo as an overweight lesbian.
A New York Times columnist had the audacity to write about a college student declaring white DNA an abomination.
Frank Bruni, by all accounts a standard liberal, noted in a Sunday column how universities are increasingly promoting a disturbing animus for white people, taking as his inspiration a recent op-ed by a Texas State University student that garnered national attention.
“It used to be that when someone called me an abomination, I was in the presence of a homophobe,” Bruni began his Times column. “But a recent opinion column in Texas State University’s main newspaper damned me for a different reason. I’m abominable because I’m white.”
A HUGE wall meant to stop migrants hiding in UK-bound lorries at Calais has been fitted with unlocked doors.
The 13ft barrier, dubbed The Great Wall of Calais, was built using £2.3million of UK taxpayers’ money.
It runs for well over half a mile beside the N216 motorway, which ends at the town’s ferry port terminal.
But a probe has found that steel doors set into it as access points for French officials are a glaring weak point.
Parents of local children, education officials and leading Danish politicians have criticized a primary school after it chose to cancel the traditional Christmas service, due to the presence of students of immigrant backgrounds.
“We took the decision because we have children who are not Protestant,” Marianne Vederso Schmidt, the head of Gribskolen in Graested, a town of fewer than 5,000 people in eastern Denmark, wrote in an intranet posting earlier this month.
Muslim leader calls for legalisation of POLYGAMY
An Egyptian pop singer has been sentenced to two years in prison for “inciting debauchery” after a music video showing her suggestively eating a banana was ruled to be too sexually explicit.
Shyma was arrested shortly after releasing I have Issues, in which the she is seen dancing in underwear before appearing in front of a classroom of adult men and pouring milk over a banana before eating it, licking an apple and tasting the icing of a slice of chocolate cake.
The video attracted more than one million viewers in a few days, but also sparked controversy among conservatives for the strong sexual gesturing.
TOKYO — Charles Jenkins, the U.S. Army sergeant who defected to North Korea in 1965 and remained there for almost four decades, has died in Japan at the age of 77.
Jenkins had been living on Sado Island, off Japan’s west coast, with his wife Hitomi Soga, a Japanese citizen who was abducted by North Korea in 1978, since he was freed in 2004.
Japan’s Kyodo News agency and broadcaster NHK both reported his death Tuesday, but the cause was unknown.
Sara is a 19-year-old bisexual socialist witch who likes cats and attends college somewhere in New England. She posts a lot of selfies, including pictures of herself dressed as Hecate, pagan goddess of death. Like every other pouty teenage Goth girl with a Tumblr blog, Sara fancies herself a writer and self-published a science fiction novel in 2014.
Parents at a middle school in Gurnee, Illinois, are upset after their kids received a controversial Hitler-themed assignment.
One mother said she was “flabbergasted” after she found SpongeBob SquarePants with swastikas in her son’s language arts homework…
As far as I’m concerned My Little Pony is worse than Hitler.
An estimated 84,000 people in the Canadian province of Quebec are to receive basic income from the start of next year, as part of the government’s anti-poverty plan.
Actor James Woods mocked comedian Chelsea Handler on Twitter Saturday, posting a video in which she is urinated on, in response to her frequent and personal attacks on White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
The family of Akayed Ullah, the suspect behind Monday morning’s failed suicide bombing at the New York City Port Authority Bus Terminal, expressed “outrage” by the actions of law enforcement.
“We are heartbroken by the violence that was targeted at our city today, and by the allegations being made against a member of our family,” Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director for CAIR New York, stated on behalf of the Ullah family, WABC reported Monday.
The federal Liberals went into Monday’s four federal byelections holding two of the four seats that were up for grabs but walked away with three, delivering a blow to the Conservatives for the second time this fall.
Having held former cabinet minister Judy Foote’s Newfoundland and Labrador riding of Bonavista–Burin–Trinity early in the evening, the Liberals also went on to retain the Toronto riding of Scarborough–Agincourt before upsetting the Conservatives in the British Columbia riding of South Surrey–White Rock.
Sick sick sick.
Stephen LeDrew was so sure he would be back on his popular CP24 Live at Noon show he had two special guests lined up for the day of his return following a one-week suspension.
Recently, we all learned about new sexual identities like “two spirit” and “questioning” when a teacher’s group in Canada reeducated us about the latest victim groups that need attention. Right on cue, a new sexual orientation has leapt onto the scene. “Objectum sexual” describes people who are sexually attracted to inanimate objects like cars or statues. Amanda Liberty is one such person whose attraction for hanging chandeliers cannot be suppressed.