Embed from Getty Images I’m honestly asking this question because I’m afraid for the future of the US. In Donald Trump’s America, we’re surrounded by …
A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
Remember when the wackjob conspiracy theories mostly came from right-wingers who cautioned that seemingly everything that drew national attention was a “false flag” set up by a shadow government to fool us and suppress the “sheeple”? With Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide, that’s changing fast.
Now we can add Chinese tariffs to the list of special treatment that Christians request and usually get in this country — a nation that’s supposed to not favor any religion over another.
The unsurprisingly small organization called Republican Atheists has crafted a Facebook post about LGBTQ Pride Month that has its own members scratching their heads.
It’s been said that you can use quotes from the Bible to justify pretty much any position on an issue. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez did just that in a response to Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ comments about climate change.
We all know the story. Or at least we think we do. Except that the story changes depending on who you talk to or what you read.
QAnon has wracked social media feeds since President Trump’s election. Let’s take a look at what, or who, QAnon is and how it’s affecting the rest of us.
Rather than just disavow the actions of one disturbed and misguided man, brainwashed right-wingers have gone the extra mile to ignore the evidence in front of them and make up outlandish explanations in an effort to keep #winning at all costs.
Incels have become a dangerous subculture of white men who are so resentful toward the women who won’t have sex with them that they desire to harm or humiliate them in return, and even act on it. Was Brett Kavanaugh one?