Coleman Hughes Personal Info
Coleman Hughes has a stunning intellect and has put all of his thinking into issues of race, public policy and applied ethics. Currently, he is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and also holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Columbia University.
Coleman is also a contributing editor for City Journal as well numerous well respected newspapers like the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, National Review, Quillette and The Spectator.
You can hear him on his own podcast called Conversations with Coleman Hughes. On his podcast, Coleman has interviewed some notables like Steven Pinker, John McWhorter, Brett Weinstein and Sean M. Carroll.(more…)
It has been almost two years since the Jussie Smollett race hoax scandal. Yet, we see very little critical analysis around accusations of racism in American society in the media or in common discourse.
To contribute toward meaningful discussions around racism, we thought it would be helpful to provide a list of fake hate crimes.(more…)
In the following video, we see a 22-year-old German woman at an anti-mask event in Germany. In the video, she compares herself to Sophie Scholl. Upon hearing such a comparison,…
Katie Herzog Personal Info
Katie Herzog rose in popularity, ironically, after readers of the now-defunct The Stranger tried to cancel her. In 2017, she wrote an article for the Stranger investigating the phenomena of Transgender who decide to detransition.
Some readers responded in dramatic fashion. After public burnings of her article in the public square, Katie found herself exiled from Seattle’s gay scene. Today, you can see scribbles of “Katie Herzog is a transphobe” in various Seattle enclaves, especially in Capitol Hill.
Today, Katie Co-hosts on Blocked and Reported with Jesse Singal where they “attempt to extract kernels of meaning and humanity from a landscape of endless raging dumpster fires. (And sometimes they talk about other stuff, too.).” She is also an active contributor to Grist.org, Salon, the Guardian, and Vox.
Her wife is a nurse and she has a dog name Moose.(more…)
Aleksandar Katai met the chopping block after Tea Katai, his wife, went on a twitter tirade. In her post, she condemned Black Lives Matter calling them “disgusting cattle” and called for the killing of protestors .
LA Galaxy immediatly fired Katai, a free-agent, from the team. In response, Katai offers his own condemnation over the comments made by his wife.(more…)
Stockwell Day, former cabinet member of Stephen Harper in the Canadian government, received backlash for comments made during Power and Politics. On the program, Day argued, “Canadians are not racist. And our system… is not systematically racist.”
In response to the outrage, Day tweeted. “I ask forgiveness for wrongly equating my experiences to theirs. I commit to them my unending efforts to fight racism in all its forms,”(more…)
In June, Gordon Klein, Lecturer in Accounting at UCLA, faced the chopping block after refusing to give special exemptions for minority students in his class.
After receiving an email requesting that Black students should receive special treatment Klein offered the following response.(more…)
After publishing Inga Saffron’s “Buildings Matter, Too,” article in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Stan Wischnowski faced backlash online and around his workplace.
The editors quickly distanced themselves from Wischnowski. The editors revised the headline and offered a public apology issued.(more…)
Trans-activists labeled JK Rowling as “transphobic” due to her comments on social media. In response, some who work for Hachette publishing, her publisher, to end her contract. In response, Hachette replied.
“We fundamentally believe that everyone has the right to express their own thoughts and beliefs. That’s why we never comment on our authors’ personal views and we respect our employees’ right to hold a different view,”
Commenting on the discomfort and anger from employees threatening to cease working on Rowling’s upcoming novel, The Ickabog(more…)
James Bennet published an article written by Tom Cotton (R-KY) calling for any means to quell riots in the US. In response editors claim a failure in oversight.
Instead, the editing process was rushed and flawed, and senior editors were not sufficiently involved,
In a scathing article against Tom Cotton and this oversight, Kara Swisher writes:(more…)