If you thought Gillette hit peak wokeness level with its widely-panned “toxic masculinity” ad, think again.
New Zealanders are receiving home visits from police to check on their political views, with one individual claiming that authorities asked him if he supported Donald Trump.
A high school in Northern California — George Washington High School, to be specific — is mulling over a push to remove two 83-year-old murals from its hallways. Critics advocating for their removal say they are offensive to Native Americans and African-Americans. They say the pair of panels “traumatizes students and community members.”
Democrats in New York killed a proposal for tuition assistance for children of veterans killed in battle and instead approved a bill to give illegals free tuition.
Students at Hofstra University in Long Island, New York, have demanded that the school remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson.
Lawmakers in New Jersey have revived legislation intended to keep President Donald Trump's name off the ballot in 2020.
The Democrats have voted to keep "so help you God" in the oath administered to witnesses testifying before the panel, a day after being criticized as the "party of Karl Marx".
After Mr Miller questioned why the complainant was being described as a “victim” if no crime had been committed, the officer told him: “We need to check your thinking”.
They decided to get rid of the Pledge of Allegiance for two reasons: it states “one nation under God” and the Pledge “has a history steeped in expressions of nativism and white nationalism."