It's clear that the vitriol and derision hurled at Trump supporters over the past four years will only continue under the Biden-Harris administration.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is up for a second term to represent New York's 14th District, bragged that the progressive movement has "radicalized" millennials.
Omar also suggested that "all of the cabinet positions should be filled by progressive Democrats."
They feel that their perspective on what is right and wrong, good and bad, is so unfailingly correct that any divergence from that, or questioning of it, is itself a moral infraction.
LGBT media and advocacy seem perfectly comfortable with flexible ideals of facts and truth as long as it gets their larger argument across.
The debate over double-speak has heated up to the point where leftists have actually been posting "2+2=5" without any hint of irony at all.
Harris believes she is doing the right thing by renters, but she is sealing the fate of American cities to be a mess of crumbling infrastructure.
What is most disturbing about a new survey of LGBT youth is the methodology used in obtaining these statistics, which rely exclusively on online self-reporting.
Our current political challenge is not to see that racism persists constantly at all levels of cultural and political life, but to admit that it doesn’t.
While we all oppose racism, the left has successfully framed the discussion to exclusively discuss racism within the white population.
Twitter is not just a platform to express personal ideas, it is very literally access to the public square and political conversation.
What is happening to the dismayed and hapless liberals across America are the fruits of their own trees they planted.
Young people are ignorant of any historical context. And a lack of purpose eventually erodes work ethic, personal responsibility, and morphs into lawlessness.
A news editor for a small, independent outlet was in support of the protests-turned-riots, until they broke into her office and she had to take cover in the basement.
You would think that during a global pandemic, the UN would be too busy to engage in divisive identity politics. You would think that, but you'd be wrong.
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