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Women’s March Lose High-Profile Members Over Louis Farrakhan Problem

High-profile leaders within the Women's March have been criticized for their ties to Louis Farrakhan, and they have reacted defensively to being called out. 

Exploring The Politics Of Far Cry 5

Those looking for controversy in Far Cry 5 would do well to remember that the stories have never been particularly good or controversial. Far Cry has always been more about incredible moments and ideas than delivering a fully cohesive narrative.

If You Hate Faith Goldy's Views, No-Platforming Won't Make Them Go Away

Faith Goldy's talk was derailed at Wilfrid Laurier this week after protesters pulled a fire alarm to get the event canceled. This kind of thing does more harm than good to open debate. 

Weinstein Company Declares Bankruptcy, NDA's Will Be Ended

After the Weinstein Company declared bankruptcy this week after failing to find a buyer, the public also learned that it would be ending its nondisclosure agreements with Weinstein's victims. 

Sieg Fail: The UK’s Problematic Hate Crime Law, Explored

The prolonged trial of Scottish YouTube comedian Mark Meechan has ended in a conviction, he now awaits sentencing of up to 5 years for his 'Nazi Pug' video. 

Don’t Pretend Alex Jones Defamation Lawsuit Is Against Free Speech

Alex Jones claimed Brennan Gilmore, a witness to the murder of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville last summer, was a CIA asset on the payroll of George Soros, among other things. 

Guardian Op-Ed Claims Video Games 'Fueling The Far Right'

Opinion writer for the Guardian, Alfie Bown, claims that video games are fueling the rise of the far right. His proof? He doesn't really have any. But he's got some WILD theories. 

Oakland Coffee Shop Refuses To Serve Police Officers

Hasta Muerte, an Oakland-based Coffee shop has made the news for refusing to serve cops for fear that it compromises customers' physical and emotional safety. 

Oscars Have Become The Political Pandering Olympics

The only thing worse than the incessant diversity-baiting of the Oscars itself are the legions of opportunistic social critics monetizing their complaints about the ceremony's insufficient 'wokeness'.  

Washington Demands Oversight Of “Predatory Loot Boxes” In Video Games

Video game companies like Electronic Arts claim that their in-game "loot boxes" aren't the same as gambling, but the similarities far outweigh the differences.