We need to address toxic masculinity without taking away from the stories being shared or those who are bravely coming forward.
Not all Nazi comparisons are accurate, but some absolutely are.
So when political science Professor Kenneth Janda asked if he could write a column making a more academic comparison (instead of just hurling insults), I thought it'd be a great idea.
2016 is the year I have realized that the men on the other side of the window are not all religious or political conservatives. Many of them are liberal in their worldview and the champions of progressive causes.
Ben Carson's rise is hard to explain. He's now leading the polls in Iowa, and while he's still trailing Trump nationally, he is slowly catching up (a claim absolutely none of the other GOP candidates can make). Carson is, in some ways, the anti-Trump.
Saying 'this is like the Nazis' or 'that is like the Holocaust' is one of the great rhetorical temptations around and, unfortunately, too many succumb to it's allure.
Pennsylvania's pornography scandal just keeps getting worse. So far, four people employed by prosecutors' offices have been forced out. Next in line is a member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Justice Seamus McCaffery.
6. Old, white, Christian, straight men still maintain a death grip on corporate and political power in this country. There
The editors even found time to take shots at their rivals, including those nutty liberals (LOL) at Bloomberg View, writing
His comments were so outrageous that even Perkins' fellow rich people recoiled. The firm he founded, Kleiner Perkins, tweeted