By avoiding to specify who we’re fighting, the Obama administration has created an unacceptably vague picture of what we’re doing and why. And it demonstrates the weak leadership behind Obama’s unwillingness to confront terrorism in any meaningful and effective way.
Just like the blind men and their elephant, political observers have taken a particular feature of Trump’s persona and used it to define the entire candidate. Yet he continues to befuddle the political experts.
Once something has been arbitrarily labeled offensive, the offending item must be purged from the public consciousness, and those responsible must be silenced, censored, and punished.
You hardly ever know in advance who you’re going to offend or the reason why. Then suddenly someone leaps out, having identified their target of opportunity, and then delivers their war cry: “That’s offensive!”
You might have you the impression that Trump’s detractors aren’t taking him seriously. It hasn’t occurred to them yet that it’s Trump that doesn’t take them seriously.
On hearing about the ban on shirtless teenagers, some Ridgemont High students are calling for a boycott against this popular after-school hangout.
It’s become the most politically incorrect time of the year.
While the media begins developing this story into the next pop culture melodrama, let’s be honest about something: Gays coming out in pro sports is not that big a deal.