Tag: politics

Pat Caddell: ‘Politics Has Been Reduced to Tribal Warfare’

Pollster and political analyst Pat Caddell joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Thursday to discuss the state of American politics, as well as the newly installed Trump administration and how “the legitimate dissent of the American people” led to his election.

Dulis: Christmas Is Liberty from Politics

Most people know that Christmas is the celebration of Jesus coming to Earth as a human. They also know that we mark Easter to celebrate Jesus’s death and resurrection which conquered death and gives us forgiveness for our sins. And there is so much more good news from his life and work — conquering politics, for one!

Ivanka Trump’s Fashion Brand Targeted by Political Opponents

A Hillary Clinton supporter, who describes herself as a “liberal democrat, lawyer, skeptic, feminist, LGBTQ ally, wine-lover [and] comedy geek” has started the #GrabYourWallet movement to boycott Ivanka Trump’s fashion line from major shopping outlets like Nordstrom over her father’s presidential candidacy.

Feminism To Be ‘Compulsory’ In Schools

The government has backtracked on plans to stop teaching feminism as a “major political philosophy” in A-level politics. Following a typically noisy online campaign, feminism “will now be compulsory” and the number of “female thinkers” on the syllabus will be

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NFL Defensive Tackle Has Capitol Internship in Sacramento

Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Christian Tupou, 26, who has bounced around the NFL trying to stick with a team since 2012, after his sterling career at University of Southern Caifornia, has been using his off-season to prepare for life after football, working for a month as an intern with state Sen. Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber.

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For the Left, Totalitarianism Is a Feature, Not a Bug

Totalitarianism involves politicizing every corner of life, imbuing even the citizen’s choice of which fast-food chicken sandwich he consumes with political significance. People who would rather not make political statements with their lunch choices are nevertheless forced into the game defensively… because if they don’t play, and play to win, they’re going to wake up one morning and discover they have lost vital freedoms.