Quite a few people, perhaps out of despair, didn’t have much hope six months ago for the stamina of the resistance. A few big protests like the 620-plus Women’s Marches that drew 4 million people into the streets, plus other protests...Show More Summary
The only sounds were those of muffled drums, the shuffling of feet and the gentle sobs of some of the estimated 20,000 onlookers. The women and children wore all white. The men dressed in black. On the afternoon of Saturday, July 28, 1917, nearly 10,000 African-Americans marched down Fifth Avenue,...
This is the sixth installment in a monthly series reporting on political crowds in the United States. Each month the Crowd Counting Consortium will post updates about trends and patterns from the previous month as recorded by our volunteers. Find all the previous posts in the series here. For our counting methods, please see our first post […]
Yes, this should work.
With incessant coverage on everything from slut-shaming to the Women’s March, the liberal media claim to stand for all women. All women, unless they disagree with a liberal agenda, that is. So much for diversity and tolerance. On Friday,...Show More Summary
Open thread below....
Feminist zealots have launched an attack on NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch in a bid to deny women their Second Amendment rights. It's disgusting.
At CommonDreams, Julia Conley writes—Six Months After Women's March, Invigorated Resistance Sees Impact: A new Pew Research poll finds that since President Donald Trump's inauguration, Americans, particularly women, have become moreShow More Summary
Friday, July 21 marks the six-month anniversary of the historic Women's March on Washington -- causing many to reflect on the powerful global event. Read more...
Supporters will have to wait until the 2018 midterms to see if their movement can translate into electoral victories.
The Women's March movement has received fawning and forgiving establishment press attention, particularly from the Associated Press and New York Times, since its first official event the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration. Now...Show More Summary
NBC’s The Carmichael Show is a show that, while leaning liberal, still manages to crack jokes at the crazier left-wing antics (which seem to be happening more often recently). If you need any more proof, just know that this episode managed...Show More Summary
Red on red -- I'm just hoping for injuries. And injuries were had: Sarsour responded by saying that Tapper has joined ?the ranks of the alt-right to target me online.? (There is no evidence to suggest that Tapper is a...
How a tweet celebrating Assata Shakur kicked off a spat between the Women's March co-founder and CNN anchor.
Organizers created the event to fill a void they felt was left by January's Women's March.
"Girls can’t run the world until someone shows them how."
Linda Sarsour and Jake Tapper got into a social media battle Tuesday as the CNN anchor retweeted and criticized a post by the Women's March account wishing a happy birthday to cop killer Assata Shakur. The post consisted of a picture...Show More Summary
KYLE SMITH: The Left’s “Hamburger Problem” Is Not Going Away. Scroll down to the independent-bookseller post and you’ll see how right that is.... Key bit: Just this week, the Women’s March celebrated a cop-killer; a self-proclaimed member of the “resistance” said, in Cosmopolitan, “My seven-year-old asked if the president was going to […]
The liberals that make up the Women’s March and Black Lives Matter movements have shown time and time again that they aren’t lacking any sympathy for terrorists, murderers, and criminals.
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