Cancel Culture

Rolling Stone Magazine: Cancel Culture ‘Good for Democracy’

Cancel culture is both “good for democracy” and a “way for a new generation of people to practice free speech,” according to a recent Rolling Stone piece celebrating the ostracization of those “guilty” of holding controversial positions, while assuring the practice is “here to stay.”

CHARLESTON, SC - JUNE 24: A worker uses a saw at the foot of the statue of John C. Calhoun atop the monument in his honor at Marion Square on June 24, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. Work crews began dismantling the monument in Tuesday evening. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty …

Virginia Lawyer Demands U. of Richmond Pay $3.6 Billion After Removing Ancestor’s Name from Law School

A Virginia lawyer is demanding the University of Richmond pay his family $3.6 billion after it removed his ancestor’s name from its law school because the benefactor had owned slaves. Lawyer Robert C. Smith wrote in a letter to the school, “It might be worthwhile for you to require every woke activist to take a course in finance to appreciate those for whom they want to cancel.”


Pop Star Lizzo: ‘Cancel Culture Is Appropriation’

In an unexpected twist that makes for another example of the left “eating their own,” Grammy-winning pop star and Joe Biden-Kamala Harris surrogate Lizzo took to Twitter on Sunday to proclaim that “cancel culture is appropriation,” adding, “now it’s become trendy, misused and misdirected.”

AUSTIN, TEXAS - MARCH 13: Lizzo speaks during the 2022 SXSW Conference and Festivals at Austin Convention Center on March 13, 2022 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Chris Saucedo/Getty Images for SXSW)

‘Game of Thrones’ Producer Loved ‘My Son Hunter’ But Says He Can’t Tell Colleagues Due to Hollywood Cancel Culture

A producer of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and other major works reportedly praised the movie “My Son” Hunter at a recent advance screening in Los Angeles but says he can’t tell colleagues due to Hollywood’s pernicious cancel culture, giving credence to “My Son Hunter” producer Ann McElhinney’s remarks about how “Hollywood would never make this movie. It doesn’t fit their narrative, so that’s why we had to get the American public to fund it.”