Vox journalists ruin people’s lives then demand higher wages
What began as an ideological turf war for control of the narrative has morphed into social engineering. We are erasing our own history because we think it’s too offensive.
YouTube to launch politically correct purge—thousands of users to be removed
YouTube wants you to feel safe in trusting their “authoritative” sources and allies. But what they’re not telling you is that “authoritative” is just code for authoritarian.
The straight pride parade confirms that our culture is a parody of itself
Ever since the election of Trump we’ve been subject to Orwellian inversion after Orwellian inversion. In 1984, it’s “freedom is slavery, war is peace, ignorance is strength.” In 2019, it’s language is violence, segregation is inclusive, and straight is queer. Perhaps it’s time to try sanity.
No, there’s no rise in hate; there’s a rise in panic
For some easily triggered individuals, a MAGA hat or a simple OK hand gesture is proof of white supremacy. In a climate like this, where any harmless gesture can be hate, it’s very easy to manipulate data in order to make people be fearful of each other.
The cancelled are uncancelling themselves
The cancelled are starting to uncancel themselves. Massey, with his poem, has shown them a path forward. The next artists targeted by the mob can look to “Poem Against Cancellation” and find hope for their creative futures.
The media tries to change your language to manipulate you
Major media outlets are in lockstep with governments and social media companies in attempts to monitor your speech and censor what you say. In a healthy, free society, the media should question abuses of power, not contribute to them. In a healthy, free society, the media should question abuses of power, not contribute to them.
Trudeau signing on to the Christchurch Call should worry all Canadians
In the case of the Christchurch Call, we are being told to trust the New York Times and Facebook as well as foreign governments like New Zealand and France, to provide guidance regarding our free speech. There is no good reason to trust those entities to protect our rights. In fact, they consistently violate them.
BuzzFeed slimes a 14-year-old girl in the name of internet safety
In the end, we suspect that BuzzFeed’s attempt to ruin this young person’s career and life will backfire. BuzzFeed has a right to their opinion, but they don’t have the right to demand she be silenced.
The panic over climate change is part of a larger problem
It’s not like we shouldn’t have concerns about the environment, it’s just that we shouldn’t lose our freaking minds over it.
Burger King takes on mental health with worst marketing campaign ever
Mental health challenges should not be trivialized, but that is exactly what this Burger King commercial does.