Before you protest the removal of Confederate monuments, ask yourself if you know why they were erected in the first place?
Ravelry didn’t just come out of the blue with their banning of all things Donald Trump. There is a messy ball of yarn to untangle here.
The hacks and grifters were determined to make an innocent gesture into an evil one. And now they’ve succeeded. So … congratulations, I guess.
Alan Maloney made Andrew Johnson cut his hair. Although they disagree vociferously, everybody involved is absolutely certain as to why he did that.
When AR-15s are carried by white people, they are run-of-the-mill firearms used for hunting; when black people carry them, they are assault rifles.
UNC’s Silent Sam has come down, much to the consternation of the racists who wanted him to continue standing.
While others have rightfully covered the bigotry involved in Laura Ingraham’s statement, the lies that sit at its premise must not be overlooked and excused away as trivial.
Andrew Sullivan is outraged that somebody else on the internet is making wildly offensive claims about entire groups of people.
The New York Times’ defense of radicalization is inadequate.
Those who defend the police insist that perceptions made in the moment matter most of all and should trump all other concerns and criticisms. They are onto something.
The NFL had to choose between its black players and its conservative white fans. It, very predictably, went with its conservative, white fans.
A mediation upon history and the cultural impact of Donald Trump’s electoral victory.
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“Expect to be called a demogogue, but dont be a demogogue.”