Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) on Wednesday said a vacancy on the Supreme Court will be a “moment of truth” for President Biden, asking whether Biden will “reject the radical elements of his party and nominate someone who loves America and believes in the Constitution” or a “woke activist.”
Rihanna is backing her belief that climate change is a social-justice issue by pledging $15 million to the movement through her Clara Lionel Foundation.
Pro-abortion movies are all the rage at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, which is again being held virtually due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. The titles garnering buzz include two movies about the Jane Collective — the radical feminist organization in Chicago that provided illegal abortions for women during the 60s and early 70s — and the U.S. premiere of the award-winning French film “The Happening.”
“Game of Thrones” star Peter Dinklage blasted woke “liberal-minded” critics of him playing “Fantasy Island” star Hervé Villechaize in the 2018 film “My Dinner with Hervé,” because they assumed the late Villechaize was Filipino due to how he looked.
The elite Manhattan Nightingale-Bamford School for girls is drawing criticism on social media for inviting a Planned Parenthood representative to speak to students Monday as part of the school’s Health and Wellness Day.
Why would an anti-establishment hippie like Neil Young suddenly turn fascist and want to blacklist Joe Rogan to protect the establishment from criticism?
The Walt Disney Co. has jumped into damage-control mode after actor Peter Dinklage criticized the studio’s planned live-action remake of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” The actor called the project a “f**king backwards story” for its depiction of midgets who live together in a cave.
A CA mother claims two LGBTQ activist teachers “secretly manipulated” her 11-year-old daughter, “into believing she was a transgender boy.”
PBS children’s show “Arthur” is officially no more. The longest running animated children’s series ever on television is being canceled, with the public broadcaster confirming the final four episodes will be released next month.
A knifeman who stabbed a woman to death in London was knocked down & killed by a passing motorist in an alleged effort to disarm the killer.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Supreme Court will decide whether colleges can use racial preferences when deciding which students to admit for both public and private schools, reconsidering a half-century of legal precedent in a pair of cases the justices will hear this fall.
Centennial Elementary School in Denver, Colorado, announced its “Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action” for kindergarten and first grade that will teach the importance of disrupting the nuclear family in favor of “black villages.”
A transgender professor at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, says he purposely refers to his students as sexless if they don’t go along with a bizarre new tactic that involves including “pronouns” next to their names for online classes.
The February 2022 cover of British Vogue featuring nine African models is being slammed by critics who say the issue’s photo makes the women appear unnatural.
The Merseyside Police LGBTQ+ Network has drawn criticism over a post apparently promoting a new cow mascot rather than stopping crime.
The majority of people aspire to having a single family home in a safe suburban neighborhoods, but activists want forced density.
Virginia Democrats are fighting not only to keep sexually explicit materials in public schools but also to kill a bill that would require school boards to notify parents of sexually explicit materials being introduced.
A statue of Theodore Roosevelt was removed overnight from its place in front of the the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
Workers have removed the iconic Theodore Roosevelt statue that had stood in front of Manhattan’s Museum of Natural History since 1940.
The NBC police procedural “Law & Order: SVU,” a series about punishing sex crimes, featured an LGBTQ-laden plot in which Capt. Olivia Benson (Marisa Hargitay) celebrates her eight-year-old son coming out as bisexual.
The 49th March for Life in Washington, DC, takes place Friday on the National Mall, with the rally beginning at 12:00 p.m. Eastern.
Mars candy company has promised to make the animated M&M’s candy characters “more inclusive,” in one case by dumping its green “sexy girl” character and giving her replacement a “more nuanced personality.”
Actress Allison Tolman, perhaps best known for playing a cop on FX’s “Fargo,” is calling on TV writers and showrunners to “take the jokes about weight out” of their scripts. “I promise they aren’t funny,” she insisted, adding that even if the jokes “hold up well,” they are nonetheless “unkind.”
Pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger reminded Joe Biden that “killing voters before they’re born is the ultimate act of voter suppression.”
A poll finds that the majority of American voters want U.S. businesses to concentrate on traditional economic goals and not social justice.
The man accused of stabbing Brianna Kupfer to death was reportedly free on $50,000 bond out of South Carolina for a shooting charge.
A desperate abortion industry is now threatening Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for her refusal to support the Senate Democrats’ attempt at a federal takeover of elections through an effort to break the filibuster rule.
Washington, DC – The Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE) on Wednesday will release its investigative report on the latest strategy of the abortion industry to target the black community.
Democrats abuse children with mask mandates, COVID-19 fear-mongering, racial agitation marketed as “critical race theory,” and “transgender” ideology, Dr. Ben Carson, retired pediatric neurosurgeon, former Housing and Urban Development secretary, and Secretary and founder of the American Cornerstone Institute, said on Tuesday’s edition of the Breitbart News Daily podcast with special guest host Jerome Hudson.
Pop star Pharrell Williams reportedly used Martin Luther King Day to urge corporations to embrace “equity” by encouraging them to make investments based on skin color — a notion that is antithetical to Dr. King’s legacy.
After more than a year on Hollywood’s “Blacklist of Toxic White Guys,” Avengers director Joss Whedon attempted to rehabilitate himself this week by way of a lengthy interview with New York Magazine.
Students in California public schools will no longer be required to learn Aztec prayers as a result of a settlement following a lawsuit.
Virginia’s Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) has removed the book Gender Queer: A Memoir by Maia Kobabe for “sexually explicit” content, two months after its neighbor, Fairfax County (FCPS), reintroduced the pornographic and pedophilic book to schools.
The ultra-woke, male-bashing “Y: The Last Man” series was much anticipated but lasted only a single season on FX. Now, showrunner Eliza Clark is admitting defeat in finding another network to pick the show up.
In its second weekend of wide release, “The 355” has only cleared a measly $8.9 million.
Taliban jihadists reportedly assaulted a group of an estimated 20 women who convened in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday demanding justice for two recently slain women and respect for their basic human rights.
Actress Melanie Lynskey says that her co-stars on the TV series Yellowjackets banded together to complain to producers about an insensitive comment one crew member made about her body.