Disney has been at the center of a right-wing-led culture war for several months over its response to Florida's "Don't Say Gay" law.
The Disney controversy couldn’t have come at a better time for the far-right, which has lately found itself in need of a new cause du jour.
The 90s comedy skewered campus politics, featured John Favreau in dreadlocks, and got George Clinton to cover Prince. Obviously, we had questions.
The Spotify podcaster's defenders seem eager to not engage with the core issue, which is Rogan saying racist things over and over and over again.
Number 10 loves a culture war, but MPs inside the UK party sound weary.
1) No one is doing that, and 2) so much fuss over a song that doesn't even slap.
It's equal parts cynical and embarrassing.
Comedians who believe you "can't say anything anymore" performed to a who's who of the British right: Paul Joseph Watson, Toby Young and Breitbart editor James Delingpole.
Someone took control of a Linux unofficial community website and replaced its regular content with a NSFW meme, a dox of a transgender open source developer, and anti-diversity messages.
Jon McNaughton is animating the culture wars with heroic images of Trump.