On Friday, New York Times released an article entitled “American Poets, Refusing to Go Gentle, Rage Against the Right.” I think a more apt name for the article is, American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right.” The article is all about self-important poets talking about not just how disappointed they are in Trump’s election… Continue reading NYT: “American Poets, Refusing To Be Mature, Rage Against What’s Right”
In the May/Summer 2017 issue of “The Writer’s Chronicles,” AWP’s writing magazine, it featured an essay titled, “You Are Making God Now: Writing God as a Contemporary American Poet” by Joy Ladin. Yeah, the title’s kind of a mess (but so is the article) and it’s not really accurate for what the enter essay is… Continue reading A Reponse to The Writer’s Chronicles “You Are Making God Now” by Joy Ladin
Ghost in a Shell, starring Scarlett Johansson, hit American theaters on March 31st, 2017. From the moment this movie announced its cast, it had been a subject of ridicule and outrage. Why? Because Johansson is white and Ghost in a Shell is an anime. The outrage centered around the idea that because Ghost in a… Continue reading Outrage In A Shell: Racial Hypocracy At Its Finest
Last week Dave Rubin had Tommy Sotomayor as a guest on the Rubin Report. I can’t say I know a lot about Sotomayor. I don’t follow him on any social media and I was only on his website for a moment after his visit to the Rubin Report. It’s always interesting to see the variety… Continue reading “Reparations:” Stop Asking For Prizes For Existing
National Geographic, Time, and many other major magazines have been selling the idea of a ‘post-gender generation’ in a campaign to ‘forward the cause of transgenderism.’ They showcased androgenous children and with children and young adults explaining their experience. If you listen closely enough, a lot of the stories so sound similar–as if they were… Continue reading Left Selling Lemons: The Truth About Hormone Blockers and Transgenderism
In March it was reported that President Trump signed the “Inspiring the Next Space Pioneers, Innovators, Researchers and Explorers (INSPIRE) Women’s Act.” This is a problem because it’s playing into the identity politics the left enjoys playing with. How about instead of a bill that focusing on inspiring women to become space pioneers, innovators, researchers,… Continue reading No, We Don’t Need More Women in STEM
Have you posted something like this on your Facebook or twitter recently? Was that post made unironically? I’ve got something to tell you–and this might be difficult for you to comprehend, but if you’ve been spamming the #Resist or #NotMyPresident tags, you’re not actually the resistance. If over the last couple of months, you’ve been… Continue reading #Resist! #NotMyPresident! #NeedMoreMoney!