Posts Tagged ‘ Anita Sarkeesian ’

Inside The Googleplex

Inside The Googleplex

When I first saw the now infamous Google doodle published last week I was a bit perplexed. Was every social justice warrior’s favorite search engine honoring an unsung Asian suffragette, or perhaps one of Anita Sarkeesian’s cyber-feminist forebears? As it turns out, Google was paying tribute to a Marxist, anti-American demagogue who admired cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal...
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Strange Bedfellows

As usual, Pat Condell unloads the truth from both barrels. You can find links to the stories (implicitly) referenced in the video on his Youtube channel. For an explanation of the Twitter speech police, check out this interview of Paul Joseph Watson by Rebel Media. For the most succinct, not to mention entertaining, encapsulation...
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Modern Woman

One of my heroes-and an inspiration for anyone around the globe fighting for humanistic, Western values-is Ayaan Hirsi Ali. A woman whose life is actually in peril for espousing her beliefs-unlike some media martyrs-Ms. Ali personifies courage in our modern age.
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