“Citizen of the Year” … GQ has named subpar quarterback and progressive icon Colin Kaepernick as the magazine’s “Citizen of the Year.” Of the more than 300 million people in the United States, GQ decided on a divisive person for the honor. As J.P. Freire said on Twitter, the people helping after natural disasters weren’t chosen, but Kaepernick was. For instance, the good people at Team Rubicon, an organization of veterans who come together to help during natural disasters, were not given the honor. If you want to read more about Team Rubicon, I highlighted their work last week.
Glamour and Linda Sarsour … Glamour magazine named anti-Semite Linda Sarsour as one of the magazine’s “Women of the Year.” Like Kaepernick, Sarsour is a progressive darling because she dares to stand up to “patriarchy” and Donald Trump. Independent Women’s Forum leader Carrie Lukas goes through why Sarsour and other women honored by Glamour are undeserving.
They should be made to perform abortions … Italian “journalist” Ilaria Maria Sala laments in a New York Times op-ed that while abortion is legal in Italy, many of the country’s gynecologists will not perform abortions. Of particular note is that Italian law has a conscience clause that allows doctors to not perform a procedure that they are morally against. It is presented as if that is a bad thing. Because remember, to a progressive, you have free will and choice unless that free will and choice go against the tenets of progressivism. In other words, you will be forced to bake a cake, you will be forced to take photographs, and you will be forced to perform an abortion even if you believe it is murder.
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