“You can’t cling on to trolls” “It Takeis Two” is a really charming web series that stars Star Trek alum George Takei and his husband Brad. In the first episode, an upset Brad does all he humanly can to stop the mean internet meme that was created about him in its tracks, despite the fact […]
OF OBERGEFELL AND OSTRACISM: After the Supreme Court’s decision on Same Sex Marriage, Dan McLaughlin of Red State was quoted as saying, “Now the contest begins to see who’ll be the angriest winner.” Last week it was George Takei of Star Trek making racist slurs against Clarence Thomas. This week, Max Lindenman of Patheos spots […]
Last week when George Takei said some very, very ugly things, for which he has since apologized, about Clarence Thomas and his Obergefell dissent I decided not to comment. Seriously, A) Who cares what the Yoko Ono of the original Star...Show More Summary
Not everyone was as forgiving at George Takei’s racist comments against Clarence Thomas, like this young woman who refers to herself only as “Young, Black and Conservative.” Watch the video here. Wearing
George Takei has apologized for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas "a clown in blackface."
A young black woman from the Detroit area didn’t hold back about the George Takei-Clarence Thomas controversy in the a video that has collected about 100,000 hits on YouTube as of this writing. “George Takei, you are a racist. It doesn’t’ matter what you say; it doesn’t matter how you try to cut it. Show More Summary
Star Trek legend George Takei has apologized for calling Clarence Thomas a "clown in blackface" following the Supreme Court justice's dissent in last week's landmark same-sex marriage ruling, according to CNN.
George Takei played Zulu in Star Trek. He's also a "gay rights" advocate.
There is a serious argument against the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision, which said there is a constitutional right to same-sex...
George Takei has posted an apology for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas "a clown in blackface." An excerpt from his Facebook page: I am reminded, especially on this July 4th holiday, that though we have the freedom to speak our minds, we must use that freedom judiciously. Show More Summary
George Takei is taking another crack at explaining his description of Clarence Thomas as a "clown in blackface," and this time, instead of defending the insult, he starts thusly: "I owe an apology." The Star Trek actor has posted a Facebook update to apologize for the slam, reports Mediaite. "My...
#LoveWins is the hashtag that began once the United States Supreme Court voted to legalize gay marriage across the country. However, love only wins when you agree with a liberal.
Four days after a racist rant against Clarence Thomas, George Takei apologized and insisted his comments were not meant to be bigoted. The Star Trek actor took to Facebook and began, “I owe an apology.”
You've surely seen it by now, and often enough to induce nausea -- the hashtag #LoveWins that quickly trended after the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. Judging by the juvenile reactions to the ruling from gay marriage proponents, one doubts that genuine love would spew such venom in victory.
George Takei has apologized for referring to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as "a clown in blackface." In a Facebook update posted on Friday afternoon, Takei said, "I owe an apology. On the eve of this Independence Day, I have...Show More Summary
George Takei found himself walking back previous comments directed at African-American Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the wake of a disagreement over Thomas’s dissenting opinion in the landmark Marriage Equality decision last week. Show More Summary
Hear those crickets? That's the sound of the Left refusing to bring down the proverbial hammer on Takei for his racist comments.
George Takei is usually the one doling out criticism for those who step out of line on matters of race or equality. This time, he's the one catching flak from critics. It's over an interview the actor gave to Fox 10 Phoenix in which he called Justice Clarence Thomas a...
Actor George Takei apologized today for his remarks about how Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is "a clown in blackface."
As I wrote yesterday, I believe that although George Takei's characterization of Clarence Thomas as a "clown in blackface" was poorly phrased, his criticism of Thomas's statements that the pre-Civil War US government did not deprive slaves of their dignity was right on target. The right wing media and blogs have...