He calls himself a liberal but saves his own slaggings for the left, while saying little about threats to free speech from the right.
Anthony L. Fisher is a journalist and filmmaker in New York. His work has also appeared at Vox, New York Daily News, Newsweek, CNN, Fox News Channel, Reason, Sundance Channel, Comedy Central, and he wrote and directed the feature film Sidewalk Traffic, available on major VOD platforms.
Nearly a year after police went to arrest a domestic abuser but shot a pillar of the community, no one has been held responsible.
Two and a half years ago, ‘Yi-Fen Chou’ outed himself as Michael Derrick Hudson. Hudson has been silent ever since.
The film’s unspoken lesson is that in a country with just two main political tribes, there's almost no transgression committed by a “leader” that can't be morally compartmentalized
That includes the mayor, the City Council speaker, and, yes, the President.
Many with permanent-resident status were enticed by military service in part on the promise that it could lead to citizenship. Now, they're sitting in facilities outside the U.S.
A Dartmouth prof writes a pro-antifa, pro-anti-fascist violence book. It’s thorough, bold, and well-researched. And it’s also kinda nutty.
It may feel good, and they may well deserve it, but violence against neo-Nazis only helps sustain a dynamic at which the Nazis will prevail.
With Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, the crowd that ordinarily swoons over no-feelings-spared edginess has suddenly found their inner snowflake.
Terrorists will always attempt to exploit the civil liberties of a free society. Surrendering those liberties in exchange for empty promises of security is a sucker’s bet.