Camille Paglia, the old-school liberal whom today’s leftists love to hate, has no problem with free societies where people can “identify” as men, women or anything else they can come up with. But she does have a problem with amplifying the significance of the transgender movement.
Last spring, those who follow politics closely were all but certain that the 2016 election would be a rematch of 1992: Clinton versus Bush. Only this time, it would be Bill Clinton’s wife versus George H.W. Bush’s second son. Today, Hillary Clinton finds herself fighting for the Democratic nomination against a self-proclaimed “democratic socialist.” And Jeb Bush is in such dire straits that he’s slashed his campaign workers’ salaries, canceled an appearance or two and changed his campaign slogan. Can he fix it, it being his candidacy? It’s doubtful.
We thought Bernie Sanders had a problem with Uber. We also thought Bernie Sanders cared not a fig about Hillary Clinton’s email problem. We were wrong … kind of.
The Native American leader leading the charge to change the “racist” team name of the Washington Redskins sure picked an odd Halloween costume this year.
The ever-enterprising gun control group Moms Demand Action is picking a fight with a public school over its use of the National Rifle Association’s Eddie Eagle to teach basic gun safety to kindergartners and 3rd graders.
Hillary Clinton promised last week to protect past presidents from hiring discrimination on the basis of their criminal pasts, announcing that, as president, “I will take steps to ban the box [on a job application form] so former presidents won’t have to declare their criminal history at the very start of the hiring process.”
A ruling from the Department of Education has forced Illinois’ biggest school district to allow a male student — one who chooses to live and participate in sports activities as a girl — to join his fellow female teammates in the post-practice locker room.
California prankster and liberty activist Mark Dice has again taken to the streets to reveal the alarming stupidity of some Americans. For his latest video, Dice asked Hillary Clinton supporters how they feel about Sharia law.
If you’ve waited until the last minute to dredge up some Halloween spirit and are just now deciding you want to put out a jack ‘o lantern, there’s still time to grab a knife and get to carving.
“Say it isn’t so, WHO!” That was the lament heard round the world this week after the World Health Organization announced that processed meat causes cancer. In fact, WHO said, eating bacon, sausage, etc. is as dangerous as smoking.
The first Democratic debate has gotten an audio makeover from the folks at the wildly popular Bad Lip Reading channel on YouTube. And it’s just as nonsensical and strangely satisfying to watch as you think.
Can you name anything Hillary Clinton has actually accomplished during her life in the political public eye? Don’t feel like a chump if you can’t; her supporters are also stumped.
Watching Wednesday’s Republican presidential primary debate felt more like sitting through a dress rehearsal for CNBC and its band of not-ready-for-prime time talking heads.
China is to abolish its one-child policy and allow all couples to have two children, the official Xinhua news agency reported Thursday from a meeting of the Central Committee of the Communist Party in Beijing. The proposal must be approved by the country’s top legislature, which is meeting next in March, before it is enacted.
University of Vermont student Cameron Schaeffer writes in The Huffington Post that she’s banning the sexist word “too” from her vocabulary. And she hopes you will … too.
Being a lawyer, not fighting with Obama when she worked for him and being a president’s wife — these are Hillary Clinton’s accomplishments. At least, those are the accomplishments that Clinton’s supporters stammered out when asked at a recent Florida campaign event why they planned to vote for her.