Politics (Page 18)
October 13, 2020
Essay: Tomi Lahren Can Say Whatever She Wants, But She Is Not a Journalist
Once dubbed “White Power Barbie,” Tomi Lahren knows how to pick a fight. Recognized for her incendiary—sometimes fringe—political commentary (she once called Middle Eastern refugees “rape-u-gees”), Lahren’s rapid-fire rants have landed her a political talk show on the digital streaming service Fox Nation, along with a reputation as conservative America’s prickly sweetheart.
October 11, 2020
In Sign of the Times, Californians Gather to Honor First Responders
Residents of California's Diamond Bar community gathered to show support for two L.A. deputies shot in an ambush attack and a firefighter who died battling a wildfire.
October 6, 2020
Video: Arts & Culture Fights for Fair Share of COVID-19 Relief
Watch this multimedia social video to learn more.
October 4, 2020
Hope Amid Destruction for Oregon Families
Oregon fires destroy homes of undocumented immigrants as told by a leader in their community.
October 1, 2020
Essay: Is Alex Jones a Journalist or Conspiracy Theorist?
A journalist is the sum of their courage, their integrity, and their impact on the public. These factors must coexist […]