As Cuban-Americans in Miami raucously celebrated the longest-ruling Communist despot finally croaking, President Barack Obama, with his typical ignorant political claptrap, offered a nuanced thought and claimed Fidel Castro’s true character awaits historical determination.
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Evan Gahr, a press critic for the late New York Post Editorial Page Editor Eric Breindel, has also written about the media for the Wall Street Journal, the American Spectator, and National Review. He has also written for the Washington Post and Philadelphia Inquirer. His reporting has been picked up by Page Six, the Reliable Source, the New York Times, and the Huffington Post.
Nine rookie FDNY firefighters, all minorities, are convicted felons hired to “diversify” the ranks.
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit Wednesday unanimously a lower court ruling against Washington Post race discrimination plaintiff Dave DeJesus.
In little-noticed remarks Saturday, "Reliable Sources" host Brian Stelter Saturday parroted data from the Southern Poverty Law Center, claiming that there have been "hundreds of cases of swastikas, of racist language, of harassment, of in some cases, assaults and bullying across this country" since Donald Trump was elected.
Dispensing with the faux pleasantries virtually all of Donald Trump critics are now offering, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) on MSNBC this afternoon refused to accept the legitimacy of his election.
Donald Trump, just like Adolph Hitler, was democratically elected. So it is, of course, only a matter of time before he does his own little Reichstag Fire to usher in total fascist rule. Instead of fretting, maybe folks should just go with the flow.
CAIR, the so-called Muslim civil rights organization, offered a remarkably restrained reaction to Donald Trump’s election Wednesday, which lots of supposedly even-keeled journalists fretted would unleash a reign of terror against devotees of Muhammad.
The newly-formed Legalize Vagina campaign against media and government censorship of a word they call "a powerful tool with which can take ownership of their own bodies and their health" got unintended validation from Facebook Wednesday. The online behemoth rejected its cheeky promotional video.
Following adverse publicity over New York University professor Michael Rectenwald's claim that he was “pushed out the door” for mocking political correctness under the Twitter handle "Deplorable NYU Professor," the school now insists his sudden departure on paid leave was purely voluntary.
The New York University academic whose pseudonymous Twitter account trashed campus political correctness and safe spaces was quietly placed on paid leave last week following complaints from colleagues and students about his supposed "incivility."
Former FBI assistant director James Kallstrom says our nation's possible next First Family sound mobbed up.
Disgraced behemoth Ed Schultz’s lawyer this week urged the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to reject his ex-business partner Michael Queen's appeal for a new trial.
Hyper-kinetic lawyer Gloria Allred is lashing back at the Donald Trump campaign for calling her a “discredited political operative” shilling for Hillary Clinton by representing women accusing him of predatory sexual behavior. She also took offense that some people at The Daily Caller consider her “an ambulance chaser.”
For everybody in America except elite journalists, words have consequences--particularly if you endeavor to destroy somebody’s reputation with outlandish allegations absent corroborating evidence and not even made under penalty of perjury.
The most annoying thing about the bi-partisan members of the Donald Trump circle jerk is when they act like nobody else, particularly his opponent, does the stuff which they are criticizing him for with such immense pleasure.
The New York Times refuses to divulge where Jessica Leeds worked decades ago when Donald Trump supposedly sexually assaulted her on an airplane. As Dana Carvey's "church lady" character on Saturday Night Live would say, "isn't that convenient?"
The New York Times and Washington Post have morphed into the personal Facebook pages of random women making unsubstantiated allegations against Donald Trump. So maybe they should at least finally quote a female masseuse’s statements to police about Al Gore allegedly sexually assaulting her in a Portland Hotel.
Somebody from Jupiter who landed in Washington Friday when the Donald Trump “pussy” video went viral could be forgiven for imbibing the bipartisan hysterics and concluding that the GOP nominee is the only man on Planet Earth who ever talked casually about trying to “fuck” a woman or angling to get some “pussy.”
The Family Research Council, which recently fired an employee after she complained about a top organization official telling her young women who use birth control pills are “whoring around,” is now horrified to learn Donald Trump talks about women in similarly derogatory terms. The Washington Post revealed on Friday that in 2005 Trump was caught on a hot mic talking about his failed bid to "fuck" a married woman and commenting on how he likes to grab women by their lady parts.