Let's call Ellie Kemper's bluff.
Anti-police rhetoric and radical policies have already taken an enormous toll.
Once dismissed as a conspiracy theory, the use of vaccine passports is spreading. Are they here to stay?
Weeks into increasingly violent riots and demonstrations, activists in Seattle and Portland are spreading out their "direct actions" as a way to stretch police resources.
Radical House and Senate Democrats introduced a plan to pack the Supreme Court with partisan justices that would fundamentally undermine the rule of law and change American democracy as we know it.
The program is predicated upon the Democratic talking point of "systemic racism" being to blame, suddenly, for all of society's problems.
There's a national movement to remove SAT and ACT test scores from consideration for college admissions.
Leaning on unsubstantiated COVID-related fears and exploiting a pandemic for personal and professional gain, teachers still refuse to return to classrooms despite, in some cases, cutting the line for a vaccine.
You can call out Trump's speech as an inappropriate, dangerous promotion of unsupported claims of massive voter fraud, and sharply criticize how the then-president handled the mob, without supporting impeachment.
Teachers' unions have abused and squandered decades of public goodwill. They get away with it because they think parents will turn a blind eye.
Despite that historic civil unrest, the BLM movement somehow earned a nomination for a Nobel peace prize.
When we legitimize a movement that treats police as an enemy to be confronted, it should not come as a shock that people will feel empowered to do just that.
The media will predictably declare the world safe again on January 20.
Every ideologue thinks his or her cause is just, right and moral. That's the reason it's so important to suppress violent movements before they gain momentum.
The agitators are looking for a cause and they have their sights set on capitalists. Officials let them use the city as their playground and it's already gotten people killed.
If there's not a national movement to attach themselves to, and a group they're looking to befriend for gain, white progressives stay silent.
If Biden needs someone to play the part and please progressives, without getting anything done that could hurt the administration, Inslee is his best bet.
There is a way to slow the spread of COVID, while also helping the economy. It starts and ends with promoting mitigation efforts.
Under Gov. Kate Brown's mandate, you can have no more than six people in one home and they cannot represent more than two households.
Word-policing, even in documents few will ever read, forces a position under the guise of inclusivity.
CBS thinks this is evolved casting, but its statement suggests it views minorities as props to signal virtue.
You'd hope election results wouldn't lead to mass unrest, but in Seattle, Antifa and other agitators have shown a willingness to riot on a moment's notice.
This year, experts predict voting by mail will surge, especially if voters receive ballots automatically. But not all states have tried-and-tested mechanisms in place.
A law that conditions us to see little beyond race and sexuality sets the stage for shallow, presumptuous judgments.
Democrats spent the summer fostering a culture that dehumanizes police. At some point, someone gets emboldened by the rhetoric.