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The idea that those who speak up as victims must automatically be believed is damaging. Especially when it can possibly cost somebody not only their career but make a great impact on their mental health.
Switching off somebody’s access to online financial services in 2021 is like denying someone access to a brick and mortar bank in 1980. It is not merely a minor inconvenience.
As Stoppard himself attested, it is not only the public figures who have been attacked by online mobs who are paying a price for their perceived shortcomings it is the future artists.
The ferocity with which authorities and the general public are calling for their fellow citizens to either capitulate or be cast out of functioning society is shocking and irrational.
Cuomo was not alone in issuing his fatal COVID order. Many Democrat governors across the country including high profile names like Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan and Gavin Newsom of California gave similar orders.
Are we taking things too far as a society when we make the cancellation of individuals we find morally questionable a ferocious blood sport?
In a country where roughly half of the citizens are conservative, why are conservatives simply slowing down the rate at which these things change, instead of stopping or reversing them?
The gender mystics are winning social media battles, but the war will be won by the heroes who refuse to yield to their tyranny, who refuse to be silenced, and who find other pathways to make their case.
The Post Millennial's Libby Emmons talks to Ben Shapiro about how conservatives can stake a claim to American culture before it's too late.
At issue here is more than a few gold medals. What's at stake, fully and in a very real way, is the definition of the word woman and the female body.
Ben & Jerry's boycott of Israel is one they can afford, but they would never take this approach with larger markets, like China, despite human rights abuses in that nation.
Is it ridiculous that something as apolitical as ice cream has become so politicized? But Ben and Jerry's pioneered this path, and has always been synonymous with progressivism.
The attempts to falsely paint Israel through the use of labels such as "racism" and "apartheid" have a long and dark history.
Real feminism has joined the progressive culture war and has left many women behind. Feminists shame other women for taking on even the slightest expression of traditional gender roles.
If some patients whose consciousness was thought to be irretrievably lost can return from that great unknowing beyond, is it ever proper to withhold or withdraw care?