Irony: Rolling Stones Drop ‘Brown Sugar’ from ‘No Filter’ Tour
Tough campaign for The Rolling Stones. Losing Charlie Watts and "Brown Sugar" during a single tour is hard. The death of the former is a tragedy. The exclusion of the latter is a shame.
'New Amsterdam' Baddie Admits Show ‘Like Progressive Piñata Exploded’
NBC’s New Amsterdam, now in its fourth season, continues to be as woke as ever, but now they're starting to admit it. At the end of last week’s episode, it was revealed that Dr. Veronica Fuentes (Michelle Forbes) is taking over to replace Dr. Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) as the new medical director at New Amsterdam Hospital when he moves to London.
New Fox Drama: Opposing Politics in Sports Is to ‘Uphold Whiteness’
This week, Fox's new show Our Kind of People attacked "white ownership" and "whiteness" while calling the violent, communist Black Panther Party "community activism."
Raiders Fire Gruden for Comments ... Made 10 Years Ago?
Last night, Jon Gruden saw his tenure as the Las Vegas Raiders head coach come to an end – because of comments he made 10 years ago.
Dean Cain: Debut of Bisexual Superman ‘Not Brave’ But ‘Bandwagon’ Move
Take it from a real man of steel, this new bisexual Superman that has generated controversy in recent days is in no way brave or heroic, but conformist. The fact that DC Comics has decided to make a bisexual Superman shows that comic book creators aren’t pushing the envelope but just hopping onto the general cultural “bandwagon.”
Gruden Or NFL? Who Comes Off More Shamefully?
Who came off worse in the Jon Gruden controversy – the lightning rod former coach of the Las Vegas Raiders or the egg-faced National Football League? It may come down to a coin toss.
Go Figure: Trans Movement Tells USA Today Abortion Bills Hurt Them Too
Hearty congratulations to Texas “trans men and nonbinary people” for really upping their victimhood game. And kudos to USA Today, the paper of record for desperately bored business travelers, for bringing the rest of us “news” of this feat.
NBC Drama Perfectly Captures Unplanned Beauty in Unplanned Parenthood
This week, NBC's newest heartfelt drama stood athwart the culture of death that says unplanned babies ruin lives with a powerful expression of the beauty of parenthood. NBC’s Ordinary Joe centers around Joe Kimbreau (James Wolk) and his three parallel lives based upon what decision he made at college graduation. In all three, he’s fathered a son with his college best friend, Jenny…
CBS's 'The Neighborhood' Mourns Loss of Life in Womb: 'My Baby's Gone'
This week's episode of CBS's The Neighborhood dealt with the loss of a character's unborn child through miscarriage. The episode made clear throughout that the baby in the womb was indeed a human life, not just a clump of cells or whatever it is pro-aborts imagine is growing inside a woman.
Popovich Appalled At Celebration Of Columbus, Compares Him To Hitler
Over the past several years, radical protesters and left-leaning imbeciles have heavily tarnished the legacy of Christopher Columbus. Today, San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich got in the action when he took a shot at the 15th-century explorer from Italy.
Netflix Drama Shows Pro-Life Message in Face of Pressure to Abort
Netflix's new series Maid powerfully dramatized the experience of an abusive boyfriend pressuring a woman to abort.
Smearing Slowhand: Rolling Stone’s Sleazy Hit on Anti-Vax Guitar Hero
For Eric Clapton, all it took to go from rock legend to canceled was to rebel against the establishment. And the establishment’s enforcer is Rolling Stone magazine.
Boston Marathon Beset By White Privilege Charges, Race-baiting
Progressive guilt and racial grievance mongering were the order of the day for Monday in New England. And, oh, yes, the Boston Marathon took place there, too. USA Today’s left-wing sports columnist Nancy Armour and the Boston Athletic Association asserted the sport of distance running is far too white and has erased indigenous people for far too long.