Webster’s Dictionary defines “unequivocal” as “leaving no doubt: clear, unambiguous,” or “unquestionable.” That’s how I’ve always used the word, but after Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) “unequivocally apologized” for a series of anti-Semitic tweets, I had to make sure I hadn’t missed some alternate definition.
I was horrified to discover yesterday that BuzzFeed’s Twitter account is apparently in violation of Twitter terms of service. After all, here they are tweeting out a picture of people in KKK hoods, in a tweet that explicitly notes Twitter bans tweeting “symbols historically associated with hate groups.” Twitter is allowing this altered photo comparing …
This week, we saw the dark side of what happens when one of the Democrats’ new stars in Congress closely follows Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s advice about Twitter: “Be yourself.”
The single greatest decision I made this weekend was not tweeting about the viral video of a group of Kentucky students chanting at Native-American activist Nathan Phillips at the March for Life. I felt the same way most Americans did; it was disgusting to watch the kids surround and mock a veteran who did nothing wrong.