Linda Sarsour is a progressive-media darling. One of Essence magazine’s “Woke 100 Women,” Sarsour was named a leader of the Women’s March that followed President Donald Trump’s inauguration, despite declaring that “nothing is creepier than Zionism”—though her wish to “take away” the “vagina” of clitoridectomy victim and human-rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, praise for Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, upholding Saudi Arabia as a bastion of women’s lib, embrace of the terrorist murderer Rasmea Odeh, and claim that “Shariah law is reasonable” because “suddenly all your loans & credits cards become interest-free,” are all—at least in my humble estimation—definitely creepier.
On Linda Sarsour’s Politics of Hate and the Pathos of Her Jewish Enablers
14th Jun 2017
Review of The Journalist of Castro Street: The Life of Randy Shilts in the Washington Monthly.
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George Soros is rightly regarded as one of the most consequential advocates of freedom in Central and Eastern Europe. Years…
27th Aug 2019
The editor and publisher Michael Denneny was roughly thirteen when he first ogled the Spring 1957 cover of Physique Pictorial,…
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