Tag Archives: Shaming Language

Is Hollywood so “Progressive” out of Guilt?

Power and fame among men have always conveyed a certain sex appeal for women.  It’s hard, I would imagine, in such a position as Hollywood or politics to avoid temptation to take advantage of it.  And how fine the line … Continue reading

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How the Left lost to Trump: The Alienation of Whites

One of the interesting things about the recent US presidential election is that it is clear from the voting trends that the Left has alienated a lot of blue-collar white people, and a lot of these people ended up voting … Continue reading

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Otherkin – The Transgender Conundrum

The Politics of the Fringe. Transgenders in public bathrooms, Otherkin, and the like. Despite what conservatives may say, the real problem is not about sexual predators or voyeurs … no the real problem is the practicality of accommodating every tiny … Continue reading

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Enemy Within – The Danger of a Single Narrative

A couple days ago, writer David Brooks wrote a piece for the New York Times about the Danger of a Single Story.  By that, he was alluding to the notion developing in recent years about the negative consequences of allowing … Continue reading

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Bill Cosby and the Progressive Lynch Squad

The Chicago Tribune yesterday published an article holding up Bill Cosby as an exemplar of rape culture and misogyny. Nevermind the fact Bill Cosby has yet to be convicted. He has been accused. Court proceedings are underway. Now, I don’t … Continue reading

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Progressives – The Totalitarians of the Left

An interesting article came out in England yesterday in the Daily mail, discussing how 2015 was the year Feminists lost the plot. It was an intriguing piece, highlighting a number of incidents over the past couple years. From Emma Sulkowicz … Continue reading

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