With Donald Trump ripping a chasm through US politics and Brexit leaving Britain's liberal elite gasping, it's not been a bad year to launch a spikey right-wing website, which snorts at political correctness.
Not that this was always the intention for Heat Street, the self-styled "libertarian Huffington Post" being grown in Rupert Murdoch's backyard. (Typical headlines: "Gang of Feminist ‘Beardos’ Try To Stop a Guy From Filming Portland ‘Slut Walk’" and "Black Tenant Slams Neighbor’s Noise Complaint As Racist ‘White Tears.
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To say that this political year is different than any other has — like so many things about this political year — become an understatement. The reason, of course, is Donald Trump, who while not exactly defying gravity, has done a pr...
“Market Angst as U.K. Edges to Exit,” proclaims the headline on The Wall Street Journal’s lead story. The exit referred to is Britain’s departure from the European Union, a move
The former Tory MP Louise Mensch is running Heat Street, a new right-leaning website she wants to be a little snarky and punky perhaps, and anti-political correctness.