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Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Grant Napear’s Life Matters

Should a peaceful, law-abiding man of faith be punished in perpetuity for publicly proclaiming his heartfelt belief that “ALL LIVES MATTER … EVERY SINGLE ONE”? The question is not merely rhetorical. It is now a legal matter for a California court and jury to decide. Grant Napear, radio talk show host and former announcer for

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Why “Cancel Culture” Should Be Cancelled

It seems like nearly every day some celebrity gets in trouble on social media for either doing something bad many years ago or doing something not politically correct today, and it’s tiresome. In this article, I’ll provide some examples of cancel culture and discuss my thoughts on the effect it has on society. Let’s say I’m

Opinion

Opinion – Canceled: The New American Culture

Religion and politics are never polite subjects to discuss in mixed company. But imagine if what most people consider to be merely a social faux pas became the reason you were fired from your job, sued, or had all of your personal information spread publicly on the internet. Simply because someone at the table disagreed

Opinion

Opinion: Should Cancel Culture Be Cancelled?

Is “cancel culture” a toxic online trend or a tool for social justice? Is it an effort to shut down free speech and expression, or an exercise in effective accountability? Debate on both sides has run rampant over the past year with no clear answer. When it comes to the cancel culture debate, an important

Buz Blog

Opinion: How to Cancel Fun, Happiness, Safety and Contentment

With the leftists in power, with every group of malcontents claiming victimhood, with the counter culture trying to demolish anyone and everyone who disagrees with their stilted view of the world, we are in for a bumpy ride. That is, until these radicals destroy themselves, as they ultimately will. Al Franken, the former Senator from

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