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A Liberal’s Perspective: Evergreen College And The Fascism Of The Illiberal Left

At Evergreen State College in Washington, the dangerous authoritarian streak of college-aged, left-wing extremists is being exposed in disturbing detail. In recent weeks, social justice activists demanded that white students refrainShow More Summary

Make No Excuses For Kathy Griffin -- OR President Trump

I have a point to make about Kathy Griffin, but let’s get something necessary out of the way first. There is nothing good to say about her ill-conceived stunt involving a mock-up of the severed head of President Trump. It was no more art than the noose left at the National Museum of African American History and Culture was practice for a merit badge. Show More Summary

It’s Time For Cable News To Unplug The White House Press Briefings

During a press briefing this week, White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked a straightforward question about whether the president believes that human activity contributes to climate change. “Honestly, I haven’t asked him. I...Show More Summary

How MSNBC Created Fox News

Much of the commentary surrounding the death of Roger Ailes has centered on the impact of the creation of Fox News and through that, its impact on our body politic. There is no doubt the former Fox News Chief created a media force which...Show More Summary

Let’s Be Careful With All The Violence Threats By Public Officials

I once professed fright at the loose talk about assassination of President Obama among various far right zealots. This reached probably a “peak” (or low) when radio firebrand Michael Savage and major Trump supporter referred to the President as “a rabid dog that should be dealt with accordingly” – a direct quote which I personally heard. Show More Summary

If Nobody Reported On Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, Did It Really Happen?

As Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month draws to a close, I question how many of us realized it even happened. A quick search of the term “Asian” on my hometown newspaper’s website returned negligible results for May: namely that Asian Food Fest happened and that Judge Thapar was appointed to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Show More Summary

Off With Her Head!

So, comedienne Kathy Griffin’s head appears to be on the chopping block. That’s a metaphor, of course, and as of now it is even inaccurate, since CNN has already parted ways with Griffin (she co-hosted their New Year’s Eve show withShow More Summary

A Secret To Leadership In Congress: Lean To The Green ($)

Let’s assume you’re trying to advance in your company or organization. You’ve been there a few years, learned the day-to-day of your job and, like most people, you want more responsibility. Now imagine if doing so has less to do with...Show More Summary

Is Assaulting Journalists Now Acceptable In the US?

On the eve of Montana’s special election to fill the state’s lone congressional seat, Republican candidate Greg Gianforte bodyslammed Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs, knocking him to the ground and breaking his glasses. Gianforte was charged...Show More Summary

Trump Doesn't Understand How Story Sources Work And That's A Problem

Have you ever watched a gangster film? What about a political thriller? Within each film comes a potential trial of some form or another. What many criminal investigations need to make a case is the various sources that provide information. President...Show More Summary

Being Convinced We're Always Right Is Our Next National Emergency

It’s no secret that we’ve reached the apex of the the age of entitlement. Social media and political polarization have pushed people on either side of the spectrum to dig in their heels and refuse the other side. We’ve come to value being right more than being humble. Show More Summary

Terry Frei's Tweet About An Asian Winning The Indy 500 Shouldn't Surprise You

We fail if we do not talk to Terry Frei. He was fired as a newspaper columnist by the Denver Post after saying he was “very uncomfortable” that Takuma Sato, who came from Japan, won the Indianapolis 500 this year, the first time that has occurred. Show More Summary

Misremembering What Makes Us Fat

There is a particular irony in marking the occasion of Memorial Day by misremembering history. TIME Magazine’s cover story about why diets fail so many of us, and why so many of us are fat, is thus almost as ironic as it is interesting. Show More Summary

If JFK Was The First Television President, Donald Trump Will Be The Last

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of John F. Kennedy. Despite the fact that a majority of Americans alive today were born after he was assassinated in 1963, the name Kennedy and his imagery still evoke a powerful response. Show More Summary

Journalism 101 Students Apparently Need To Learn Self-Defense In Addition To Writing And Reporting

At a Trump rally in Green Bay, Wis. in October 2016, graduate student Jasmine Minor was told by a woman standing with her daughter, “You’re not welcome here … Go back to where you came from.” Minor, a 23-year-old black woman, and her...Show More Summary

There's So Much I Want To Write About But Trump Keeps Getting In The Way

Every time I sit down to write, whether it be a piece on the car insurance racket, the Net Neutrality issue, the dismantling of the EPA, a simple movie review, or the fact that while New York and New Jersey happily share parking ticket...Show More Summary

Immigrants Make America Great, Because Immigrants Made America

Immigrants make America great. Our railroads, our steel skyscrapers, our farming and beef industries were all built by immigrants. Some, like the Spanish cattle pioneer Simon de Arocha, became titans. Some, like the Chinese workers who built the transcontinental railroads, were all but silenced. Show More Summary

Teen Vogue Is Evolving Thanks To Elaine Welteroth

You may have noticed that Teen Vogue is getting political. At first, this may seem surprising. But to those who have been following the changes at the magazine, it was inevitable. Teen Vogue was recently taken over by a new editor-in-chief committed to making the publication more inclusive and aware of the world we live in. Show More Summary

Trump Paved The Way For Montana Politician's Body Slam

Journalists have long been the target of attacks, harassment, acts of intimidation, arrests and even death around the world. In this country however, most journalists and most Americans for that matter, have been shielded from some of the harsher realities the press faces in other parts of the globe. Show More Summary

News Roundup for May 25, 2017

More depressing news to start your day. 1. Trumpcare will leave 23 million people uninsured according to the CBO. Seems like a really comprehensive plan. Tremendous. More here. 2. Advertisers are pulling their ads from Sean Hannity’s Fox News show. Show More Summary

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