President Donald Trump didn’t waste time going after Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) after she signaled a run for the presidency in 2020, tweeting out a graphic Thursday that clearly mocked her widely panned DNA test rollout last year.
A Gonzaga University administrator blocked an event featuring conservative pundit Ben Shapiro not over the content of his speech, but because protesters might use hateful language.
Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro spoke at a conservative event Tuesday night at Ohio State University, prompting liberal student activists to chant, “Reagan’s dead” and “John McCain’s dead.”
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez likened conservative commentator Ben Shapiro’s challenge to a public debate to “catcalling” in a tweet Thursday night, adding he had “bad intentions.”
I spend a few weeks every year teaching high school and college students, and in my interactions with young people in and around universities I have noticed a trend. After class, at meals, and in walks around campus, the politically engaged students invariably ask me the same question: What do I think of Ben Shapiro?
Nor am I alone. Recently Eliza Gray had a similar experience while reporting on young conservatives in the age of President Trump.
If you, like me, peruse the political Internet, you surely read this week about a dramatic episode involving filmmaker and actor Mark Duplass and conservative writer Ben Shapiro. Duplass—I know him best from the outstanding The League—suggested to his “fellow liberals” that if they were interested in crossing the aisle, they should think about following Shapiro, …
Vox Media’s The Verge co-founder Joshua Topolsky called conservative writer Ben Shapiro the equivalent of a treacherous Jew collaborating with the Nazis in a tweet sent Saturday.
In January 2017, Alexandre Bissonnette opened fire on a Quebec City mosque, killing half a dozen worshippers. Bissonnette held far-right, Islamophobic views. At trial, crown prosecutors presented evidence that he followed several right-wing and alt-right Twitter users, ranging from moderate voices like Fox’s Bret Baier to overt racists like Richard Spencer. But the Twitter account he visited …
Over 200 University of California, Berkeley professors and faculty are calling for the shutdown of classes and activities during “free speech week,” an event scheduled for Sept. 24 to 27 that features some “alt-right” speakers.
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro’s appearance at the University of California, Berkeley on Thursday night sparked protests that led to the arrests of nine people.