Especially within in the last few years, we have heard about White Privilege, specifically for white males. In all reality, the only privilege being exercised in this country today is Liberal Privilege. What is Liberal Privilege you might ask? Liberal … Continue reading Liberal Privilege, the Only Real Privilege
Imagine for a moment that a schizophrenic got tired of taking their meds (many do) or that they got tired of having to go to therapy or acknowledge that their fantastical delusions aren’t reality. Let’s assume that our schizophrenic friend … Continue reading When Feelings Trump Truth
Earlier today Salon published a list of the, “25 Conservatives Actually Worth Following on Twitter.” Now I won’t bother listing off everyone they’ve got on there. But suffice it to say that it contains the likes of Bill Kristol and … Continue reading Salon’s Useful Idiots
Yesterday was Columbus Day, a once rather low key holiday that has since become a yearly flashpoint in our country’s ongoing culture wars. On one side we have those, such as myself, who rightly defend Columbus Day and the legacy … Continue reading In Defense of Christopher Columbus
I relaunched The Whitfield Report Podcast today on a new platform! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes or wherever you receive podcasts for new episodes. Today’s Topics: Art mimics life Did the shooter have any motive other than chaos and … Continue reading Whitfield Report Podcast Relaunch: Bringing Compassion And Humanity To Las Vegas.
Our country has been attacked. While, in these deeply heartbreaking times, you might think I am referring specifically to the recent attack in Las Vegas; I am not. We were attacked in Vegas, there is no doubt about that. But … Continue reading America, Las Vegas, & The Culture of Death.
Next month, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a hotly contested case pitting the rights of a religious business owner, Jack Philips, who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado against a gay couple who claim they were discriminated against … Continue reading Discrimination vs. Free Speech: Who Wins?