Recently leaked documents suggest that the students behind the Stanford University newspaper are intentionally tainting their work with a progressive bias.
Gillette’s recent commercial against “toxic masculinity” has reached 700,000 dislikes on YouTube and is quickly approaching the top 50 most disliked YouTube videos of all time after just several days on the platform.
Streaming device manufacturer and platform Roku caved in to demands from left-wing activists to blacklist Infowars, Tuesday.
Actress Sarah Silverman spoke out about the Women’s March’s ties to anti-Semitism Wednesday, saying she is “heartbroken” but will “stay hopeful” that things will change.
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill chancellor abruptly resigned on Monday — but before doing so, authorized that the remains of a Confederate statue be removed from where it once stood on campus.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) launched an effort this week to protect campus free expression around the globe.
Shaving product manufacturer Gillette received an overwhelmingly negative response to its latest advertisement campaign, which takes a stand against “toxic masculinity.”
Ursinus College Professor Jonathan Marks argued in a recent column that college students want to be treated like children. He snidely suggests Fresno State University, which has adopted a new policy about being kind of fellow students, should adopt Barney the Purple Dinosaur as a mascot.
A police officer was removed from Jefferson K-8 school in Warren, Ohio, after the school’s principal was given a ticket for parking in a handicapped spot.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is back as the most powerful woman in the House of Representatives, but as a more diverse and far left 116th Congress takes shape,it is clear minorities will want to use their newfound status to get appointed to important committees and be at the table on a wide range of policy issues.
Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson, often referred to as the “Father of DNA,” has been stripped of several awards and dumped by the lab he led throughout his career after he made remarks on the connections between race and IQ in a recent PBS documentary.
The University of California Los Angeles will be hosting a conference in March that focuses on the differences between Western and Asian pornography, and seeks to “broaden” the discussion on porn by bringing “pornographic non-Western traditions” into the conversation.
A controversial policy at the University of Southern California requires students to ask permission in advance if they want speak in certain designated areas of campus.
Proctor & Gamble is urging men to shave their “toxic masculinity” in a new ad for Gillette razors. The ad shows men fighting, cooking barbecue, and verbally harassing women, interspersed with news reports about the #MeToo movement.
Police in Chechnya, a majority-Muslim region of Russia, have relaunched a campaign to arrest suspected gay and lesbian Russians, killing two and arresting over 40 others in the past month according to a report published Monday.
Google employees reportedly plan to launch a social media campaign in order to pressure Google and the other Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to change their policies surrounding workplace harassment.
The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization founded by a black American, has alleged it is facing censorship on most major social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The group’s response to the blacklisting has been to call on the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to “Stop Jim Crow’ing us.”
However, Rebecca Friedrichs, who spearheaded a national movement to wrest control of public schools from teachers’ unions, writes at the Orange County Register that the #RedForEd walkouts – which played prominently last year in the Arizona teachers’ strike, as well as others – are “deceptively promoted as a ‘grassroots movement’ led by teachers.”
Indiana University Bloomington is hosting an “interactive privilege simulator” for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, so that students can experience how having different “identities” can allegedly impact an individual’s life and opportunities.
A seminar at American University in February will instruct faculty members to disregard a student’s “quality” of writing when grading their papers.
Former wrestling Champion-turned Hollywood superstar Dwayne Johnson criticized the contemporary “snowflake” generation of young people, arguing that “if you are not agreeing with them then they are offended.”
A model has had to defend her role as a promoter at an agriculture show after puritanical progressives branded it as a “backward step” for women.
“Democratic socialist” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has been fined by the State of New York for failing to carry workers’ compensation insurance for a month during her congressional campaign last year.
Kenyon College in Ohio has revised its tenure and promotion guidelines for professors to include engaging in “diversity” and “inclusion” efforts as part of the faculty’s evaluation process.
According to Fox News, UTLA officials dismissed concerns they would have lost a court battle but decided to postpone the strike to avoid confusion and provide more time for parents to prepare for teachers to not be in school.
The federal government is mostly operational during the partial shutdown as Democrats refuse to fund a border wall and some workers struggle.
The ACLU is fighting back against a new policy at an Arizona high school that requires students with low grades to wear a special red badge.