What to Takeaway From the UT Kavanaugh Protest

The UT student's Anti-Kavanaugh protest was largely a flop, thanks to the rain and poor execution on the part of the protesters. Despite this, there are several interesting takeaways to focus on for the future. Most importantly is that there is an intersectional alliance taking place on college campuses, which are radicalizing students from as … Continue reading What to Takeaway From the UT Kavanaugh Protest

WATCH: OWEN SHROYER RALLIES THE #INFOWARS ARMY AT #FREEALEXJONES RALLY IN AUSTIN, TX

In downtown Austin, Texas on Saturday, Patriot Prayer held a #FreeAlexJones rally to fight against censorship from Big Tech. Several speakers showed up, including InfoWars' Owen Shroyer, who called for the InfoWars Army (a new initiative led by Owen to push for change with real world events) to begin taking action. Owen shared how his … Continue reading WATCH: OWEN SHROYER RALLIES THE #INFOWARS ARMY AT #FREEALEXJONES RALLY IN AUSTIN, TX

Video: Bill Clinton Infowars #MeToo Protest

Video: YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqWMYie2QHQ On June 11th, Infowars reporter Owen Shroyer held a #MeToo protest against former President Bill Clinton. About 50 people showed up, and all of them had interesting things to say about the controversial figure. Ethan and some friends of Bermansplaining covered the event, interviewing attendees of the protest and making some … Continue reading Video: Bill Clinton Infowars #MeToo Protest

How the Time Magazine Immigration Cover is a Perfect Example of Fake News

Time Magazine decided to put out a cover depicting, to them at least, the epitomization of President Trump’s Zero Tolerance immigration policy. On it, a picture of a crying toddler is cropped out of its original context, and is instead looking up at a looming (if not playful) Trump, with the text, “Welcome to America” … Continue reading How the Time Magazine Immigration Cover is a Perfect Example of Fake News

Exploring Texas: Visiting Waco and the Magnolia Market

Taking a small break from the insane hustle and bustle of typical college life and being a film major, my girlfriend and I drove to Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, and enjoyed the slower pace, the rustic aesthetic, and the lovely atmosphere of the entire location. My girlfriend is a big fan of the Fixer … Continue reading Exploring Texas: Visiting Waco and the Magnolia Market

Trump and the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

The onslaught of negative media attention that President Trump has received throughout his entire tenure in the White House has diminished this past week as he shifted his attention from foreign policy and drama amongst his staff, to the more pressing and devastating concern of Hurricane Harvey. President Trump has handled the recovery situation incredibly … Continue reading Trump and the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey