close Video Concha: The New York Times is 'lionizing cancel culture' Fox News contributor Joe Concha reacts to The New York Times being accused of celebrating cancel culture for spotlighting a video of a teenaged girl using a racial slur, in which, led to her being forced to withdraw from college. Even George Orwell couldn’t have imagined it: in the country where free speech first became a constitutional right, left-wing journalists and frightened media companies are desperately censoring people with views they consider unpleasant. So far this month, New York Times columnists have called for a federal "reality czar" and asked cable companies to keep viewers from seeing Fox News as easily as CNN or MSNBC. A Times reporter was forced to resign for using a racial slur – though both he and the paper’s top editor, who is African American, said he had used it without malign intent. Video The Times then refused to run a column about the … [Read more...] about Alex Berenson: Cancel culture beyond Orwellian — this is why I won’t give in to it
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close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for February 12 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, Feb. 12, kicks off this year’s Presidents Day weekend. It comes at a time when Lincoln and other American icons are under attack. In parts of our country, statues of Lincoln, Washington, Jefferson, and others have been toppled or defaced. A New York Times columnist has insisted that "even George Washington" statues must be removed since he was a slave owner. Last month, the San Francisco school board voted to strip the names of dozens of historical figures, Lincoln included, from area schools. One board member explained that the action was a "moral message." It makes you wonder: Will Presidents Day be the next to go? GUTFELD ON THE LEFT USING CANCEL CULTURE TO SILENCE OPPOSITION Let’s take a minute this weekend to recall why we need those old heroes. Let’s … [Read more...] about John Cribb: Is Presidents Day next on cancel culture’s hitlist?
close Video Sen. Rick Scott: GOP will flip some Dem Senate seats in 2022 Sen. Rick Scott, R. Fla., spoke to Fox News at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando. ORLANDO, Florida – Sen. Rick Scott predicted on Friday that the Republican Party will flip blue Senate seats to red in at least four states in the 2022 midterms , after earlier this week declaring that the civil war within the GOP is "canceled." "I think we've got opportunities across the country," Scott, R-Fla., said in an interview with Fox News. "Clearly, we're going to pick up Georgia. We're going to pick up Arizona. We're gonna pick up New Hampshire, we're going to pick up Nevada. But I think we have opportunities all across the country. There's 14 Democrat seats up and I think we can get quite a few of them." TOM COTTON SAYS TRUMP HAS 'BIG ROLE' IN GOP'S FUTURE, JOE BIDEN TRYING TO 'UNRAVEL' TRUMP ACCOMPLISHMENTS Scott is the chairman of the … [Read more...] about Sen. Rick Scott says GOP will flip at least four Dem Senate seats in 2022
As abruptly as Amazon announced in September that it was hunting for a place to build a second full-sized headquarters, the Seattle conglomerate on Thursday announced 20 cities that made it to the next level, including Denver. The city was one of 238 proposals submitted to Amazon, which said it would invest $5 billion to build a second campus in North America. It needed a future site that could house around 50,000 employees in about 8 million square feet — the size of Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle. “We are absolutely excited to have made the shortlist. The work continues,” said Sam Bailey, who oversaw the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp.’s effort. Bailey said that Amazon’s economic development team notified his staff early Thursday morning. “The email was four sentences, thanking us for the submission, discussing the next steps and a focus on learning about the community, the talent and potential real estate,” Bailey said. He expects to begin discussions with … [Read more...] about Denver makes Amazon’s HQ2 finalist list — along with 19 other cities
Warner Bros. is reportedly prepping another reboot of DC comics’ Superman , this time with slavery reparations advocate, author, and Marvel comic book writer Ta-Nehisi Coates teaming with powerhouse producer J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production company for the feature film, Deadline reports . Coates, who has a throng of radical, left-wing articles to his name, has been hired to write the latest entry in the Superman saga, while Abrams will produce. No stars or directors have been announced, nor have any story details emerged, according to Deadline. Henry Cavill, who’s helmed the role and the red cape since 2013’s Man of Steel , has expressed his eagerness to star as Superman in another feature. There is no confirmation from Warner Bros. if Cavill will be cast for the role. Abrams is further along with another comic book flick with WarnerMedia with his Justice League Dark project. Coates began writing comics in 2016 when he picked up a run of Marvel’s Black … [Read more...] about Reparations Activist Ta-Nehisi Coates Teaming With Producer J.J. Abrams on Warner Bros. ‘Superman’ Reboot