Talking on the Fox News program Outnumbered this week, Bill O'Reilly claimed that Colin Kaepernick "doesn't understand the big picture of his country". O'Reilly then goes on to prove that he, himself, doesn't understand the big picture of this country for non-white Americans.
We all suffer from this curse of unequal bias as we witness false equivalency bleeding from national politics back into daily life.
It was simply a well-intentioned attempt to add perspective to a statement made during the Democratic convention. Judging by the response you'd have thought he was proposing something crazy.
The last two weeks in American politics and society have been full of controversies and debates, but none engaged with our collective memories and his...
A man in Mississippi has offered up the old slave quarters on his property to Bill O'Reilly for up to a year, rent free. The Fox News host recently made remarks in response to First Lady Michelle Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Before Bundy's sudden fall, Fox News touted him and his anarchic militia supporters as symbols of American resistance. Keep that in mind next time a Fox talker denounces Black Lives Matter as lawless.
Bill O'Reilly has every right to say that some kids are just bad apples, out of control, and should be carted off by constables. But educators have got be committed to proving him wrong.
News organizations have always been competitive, but following the White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday, an actual rumble broke out at an after-party.
While mostly ignored by the media (and almost completely ignored in the debates), the issue is going to become a lot more important in the general election, as many states will have recreational legalization ballot initiatives to vote on.
There are two rabbinic assessments of the state of the Israelites at the time of the Exodus.
Republican's believe in small government, right? Republican presidential candidates usually want to eliminate three or more cabinet departments and sometimes they can even remember the names of the three they want eliminated.
If you're a rightward-leaning white American, whether or not you harbor racial resentment is a powerful predictor of whether you support Donald Trump. Or, to put it more simply, Trump attracts white racists.
Sure, it's funny -- when you first consider it. But then the more you think about it, the more sense it actually makes. After all, is "Trump/Ventura 2016" really that much more outlandish than "Donald Trump, Republican presidential nominee" first sounded?
The big White House grandfather clock, or the iPhone depending on how President Obama keeps track of time, is ticking down on the commander-in-chief's final year in office. And speculation abounds over the items on his to-do list.
Befriending Muslims while attacking Islam is no way to make friends with Muslims. The attitude that "Muslims are good people, but that which makes them Muslim is evil" is averse to creating bonds of community between Muslims and non-Muslims in a multi-religious America.