Mount Rushmore has come under fire from liberals in recent weeks for its depiction of presidents who were slaveholders, but before President Donald Trump gave a speech there, it was revered by figures on the left.
Former president Barack Obama has been "working" on his third memoir for several years. In that time, his wife, nutrition extremist Michelle Obama, has authored and published her own internationally best-selling memoir, Becoming.
Another terrorist died in Syria this month on President Donald J. Trump's order. Khaled al-Aruri, a journeyman jihadist and de facto leader of a local al Qaeda affiliate, was killed in a U.S. special operations drone strike on June 14.
Everyone is being canceled these days, from popular U.S. presidents such as Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant to "a middle-aged white woman named Sue Schafer" who wore a bad costume in 2018. For whatever reason, living Democratic officials like Virginia governor Ralph Northam and middle-aged white celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel have not, despite committing blatantly cancel-worthy offenses.
Media outlets are furiously investigating Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's dinner parties with politicians, business leaders, and celebrities. They note that some "officials" have "raised concerns" about the "elite taxpayer-funded dinners."
Slate published a lengthy smear job Wednesday questioning President Donald J. Trump's athletic prowess, specifically his dominance of the New York high school baseball scene in the early 1960s. The article is the embodiment of corrupt mainstream media bias.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez dismissed calls to search Joe Biden's University of Delaware Senate archive for evidence of Tara Reade's sexual-assault allegation, saying there is "nothing there."