All-Women’s Wellesley College Rejects Transgender Diversity Officer Because She’s a “White Man” Now

Whelp. This is where we are as a society now. This story out of Wellesley College—you know, Hillary Clinton’s alma mater—just about wraps it up for me. I can hardly wrap my head around it, but here it is: Timothy Boatwright was born a girl, and checked off the “female” box when applying to the Massachusetts […]

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The Diversity vs. Equality Paradox and the Branding of America

I just read an interesting article on the ambivalent feelings some homosexuals have had toward the recent Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage. According to some homosexuals, especially the older ones, the normalization of homosexuality has eroded the uniqueness of the homosexual identity: Rainbow-hued “Just Be You” messages have been flashing across Chase A.T.M. screens in […]

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RFRAs, Discrimination, and Equality

A religious freedom bill movement is sweeping the nation in an attempt to protect the free exercise of religion against liberal bullying. And it too is coming up against liberal bullying. Tim Cook is the latest person to argue against religious freedom restoration acts (RFRAs), but he’s not alone. Some cities and states are mulling […]

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Yesterday was Indigenous People’s Day

According to Seattle, yesterday was Indigenous People’s Day. Not Columbus Day: The name change comes after activists pushed for a day to honor indigenous people instead of Christopher Columbus, the most recognizable figure linked to European contact with the Americas. “This is about taking a stand against racism and discrimination,” Seattle City Council member Kshama […]

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Gay Professor Sues Black University for Discrimination

This is rich. A homosexual, white professor is suing Alabama State University (a traditionally black institution) for racial and sexual discrimination. Is it wrong for me to laugh at this? This is a classic example of reaping what you sow. See, the winds of victimhood are historically fickle. You can be the victim getting reparation […]

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Mozilla, Homosexuals, and Liberal Legislation of Morality

Before he was the new CEO (and now the ex-CEO) for Mozilla (the company behind the Firefox web browser), Brendan Eich made a personal donation to support Proposition 8—the legislation in California intended to define marriage as between one man and one woman. And when homosexual activists found out about it, they decided to boycott […]

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Obama Misspells Respect, Wonders Why He Gets None

Aretha Franklin showed up to sing at a White House hosted dinner titled “Women of Soul,” and while Obama was introducing her, he said: When Aretha first told us what R-S-P-E-C-T meant to her, she had no idea it would become a rallying cry for African-Americans, and women, and then everyone who felt marginalized because […]

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Super Bowl Ads, Multi-Culturalism, and What it Means to Be American

Super Bowl ads usually stir up controversy the way the Grammy’s always do: with decency-insulting displays of poor taste. Not this year (aside from the halftime show, anyway). Take for instance the Coca-Cola commercial that won the award for “Super Bowl XLVIII’s Most Controversial Ad.” Yawn. I can’t believe people were upset over this one. […]

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Literally Meaningless Signs at Mandela Memorial

The interpreter for the deaf at the Nelson Mandela memorial service held in South Africa was apparently a fake. He was not signing in any recognized sign language. He was apparently just waving his hands in the air; his gestures meant nothing to anyone but himself. Bruno Druchen, the national director of the Deaf Federation […]

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