Video games and music are not to blame for mass violence
With Trump and Biden blaming video games, and progressives and Christians blaming each other, we are at great risk of a major moral panic happening again.
Big tech can’t take down Tulsi Gabbard
Tulsi is for real. We’re sure big tech will keep trying to suppress her voice, and in the end, they might even succeed. But for now, despite their best efforts, the American people hear Tulsi loud and clear.
Progressivist media are scared of Red Scare—they should be
Now that awareness has been raised about podcast Red Scare, progressive writers are falling over themselves to condemn it.
Buzzfeed’s profile on Andy Ngo smacks of jealousy
When Buzzfeed’s Joe Bernstein isn’t busy slandering PewDiePie or doxxing a 14-year-old girl for having edgy YouTube content, he writes the occasional profile. Recently, he set his sights on Andy Ngo.
They are making our heroes woke and it’s depressing
The wokification of our heroes started with the changes made to the original Star Wars in 1997. Han shoots back…
Michelle Carter told her boyfriend to kill himself, so he did—now she wants to be a free-speech hero
If inducing a panic is a well-established instance where the First Amendment doesn’t apply, then surely telling your boyfriend to get back into his truck and let carbon monoxide fill his lungs until he is dead should also not fall under the banner of free speech.
Sorry, Twitter activists, most people just aren’t racist anymore
It’s a new reality for anti-racists on Twitter, who decried the racism of all those racists who are pissed that Halle Bailey will be playing Ariel in Disney’s upcoming live action The Little Mermaid. The only problem with the #NotMyAriel hashtag that bounced up on Twitter is that the original nasty racists couldn’t be found. The whole thing was a reaction to an anticipated backlash that never happened.