Though actor Channing Tatum appreciates Dave Chappelle’s work as a comedian, he expressed sorrow for how he has “hurt so many people.”
An elite school in London that charges £19,000 per year, has been teaching white privilege lessons on the alleged racism faced by Meghan Markle.
Michael Nazir-Ali, the former Bishop of Rochester, has defected from the established Church of England to Roman Catholicism after complaining of the obsession with woke “identity politics” in Anglicanism.
Hollywood is quietly standing behind Dave Chappelle and Netflix chief Ted Sarandos against the Gay Mafia.
“Airplane!” director David Zucker has hit out against cancel culture, saying that it is ruining comedy and making studios do silly things like putting trigger warnings on classic movies.
Rep. Cori Bush has continued to call for defunding the police even as reports show she has spent almost $130,000 on personal security.
One week after DC Comics’ decision to make the new Superman bisexual, the comic book publisher announced that after more than a half-century, The Man of Steel is no long fighting for “truth, justice, and the American way.” He’s now standing for “truth, justice, and a better tomorrow.”
Oct. 15 (UPI) — The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced dates for the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards. They will announce nominations on Dec. 13 and will announce awards Jan. 9, 2002.
An email exchange uncovered during the investigation into the Washington Football Team’s workplace misconduct allegations, shows former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen criticizing Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem.
The woke mutiny at Netflix is escalating, with the streamer reportedly firing an unidentified employee for leaking confidential data on comedian Dave Chappelle to a news organization.
The Texas House of Representatives voted to restrict students to participating in school sports only under their birth gender.
Comedian Hannah Gadsby — whose Nanette special was released by Netflix — has taken a flame thrower to her boss Ted Sarandos, telling the Netflix co-CEO “f**k you” for releasing fellow comedian Dave Chappelle’s “The Closer.”
Members of the Swedish Muslim Nyans Party have called for a sculpture by recently deceased Mohammed cartoonist Lars Vilks to be burned.
The National Trust has complained about a member-led backlash against the far-left positions being espoused by the British heritage charity.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) and other state lawmakers created a task force to study how best to provide reparations to black persons now may expand benefits beyond those with ancestors who were slaves to people who have faced other alleged injustices after slavery was abolished.
Facebook-owned Instagram censored evolutionary biologist Colin Wright earlier this week after he posted a study from a major medical journal showing male-to-female transgender people (aka biological men) have a natural advantage over biological women in multiple sports. The Masters of the Universe reportedly consider the post to be “hate speech.”
The diversity-promoting hit musical Hamilton has been accused of discriminating against a “non-binary” actor who requested a gender-neutral dressing room during the Los Angeles run of the show, according to multiple reports. Suni Reid has alleged the show’s L.A. production didn’t renew his contract and marginalized him during rehearsals and beyond, as retaliation for his request.
Parents in Loudoun County, Virginia, were livid Tuesday night as apparent sexual assaults of students have been covered up, seemingly in an effort to pass a transgender policy allowing male students to use female facilities such as restrooms and locker rooms.
Over 10,000 John Deere workers from 14 different locations are on strike after the United Auto Workers (UAW) union told its members no new agreement was forged with the farm equipment-making giant meeting the “demands and needs” of the workers.
The Students’ Union at Cambridge University has accused feminists of colluding with the “far-right” on matters concerning transgenderism.
Most people seem to have written off any chance of Colin Kaepernick making an NFL comeback, but Colin Kaepernick is not one of them.
As part of the company’s new anti-harassment policy update, social media giant Facebook plans to begin removing “sexualized attacks” on celebrities from its platform. A Facebook executive explained the company’s reasoning: “We made these changes because attacks like these can weaponize a public figure’s appearance, which is unnecessary and often not related to the work these public figures represent.”
Jon Stewart declared that cancel culture does not exist, arguing that proponents of it are merely upset over “democratized criticism.”
A Seattle elementary school has canceled its Halloween “Pumpkin Parade” because the school district says black males do not celebrate the holiday and feel marginalized by it.
A pillar of the American Dream is under assault across the country, but nowhere is it more pronounced than in California where social justice activists and Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom are invading single-family home neighborhoods with plans to replace them with multi-unit properties.
Transgender Netflix employees are reportedly planning a company-wide walkout to protest Dave Chappelle’s comedy special The Closer and the company’s refusal to remove it from the streaming platform.
A statue of famed European explorer Christopher Columbus was vandalised on Tuesday in London, led by iconoclast leftist mayor Sadiq Khan.