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Jerome Eisenberg is suing a $50,000 per year private school in Los Angeles that kicked his daughter out after he complained about their “racially divisive” curriculum. In the wake of the George Floyd uprisings, the school replaced classics like “Lord of the Flies” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” with books such as antiracist activist Ibram X. Kendi's “Stamped” and held racially segregated meetings that he alleges encouraged students to treat Jewish people as “oppressors.” Jerome and I discuss what led to his decision to sue the school and what's going on with woke indoctrination in American education.
Why is our society suddenly pretending like being obese is perfectly healthy in order to avoid hurting people's feelings? Today, I'm joined by YouTuber Alex Pierce, also known as HRH Collection, to watch TikToks promoting the “body positivity” or “fat acceptance” movement and give our honest reactions.
I recently reacted to two episodes of Emmanuel Acho's “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man” (link below). You asked to see more, so today I'm reacting to his original viral episode in the wake of the BLM riots in 2020, which let's just say hasn't aged particularly well. Emmanuel responded to a clip of today's show on Instagram, so I invited him to join me on Unapologetic—would you guys like to see that?
I recently came across a post on TikTok from @freelyashley, a self-professed former leftist like me who started making videos after debates with her conservative husband made her change her mind. I thought she nailed explaining why leftists are so angry, so on today's show I wanted to share her video and my reaction to it!
I've been watching old episodes of “Saved by the Bell” and can't help but notice how different the values in coming-of-age TV shows from the 1990s were compared to today. What ever happened to wholesome TV? Is Hollywood driving cultural change in America, or just reflecting it? We discuss on today's show.
I recently went out on the streets of Los Angeles and asked complete strangers, “Is America racist?” But instead of accepting a simple “Yes” or “No” answer, I dug a little deeper and tried to promote civil discourse (which seems rarer than ever these days) about a heated topic like racism in America. We might not all agree, but can we still respect each other and engage in real conversations?
An incredible speech from Clifton Duncan—a successful Broadway actor turned restaurant server—recently gained steam on social media because it powerfully and eloquently demonstrates how backwards our society has become. Listen to him with me on today's show and let me know in the comments if it resonates with you, too!
Have you seen these snarky, smart-sounding infographics floating around Instagram promoting leftist ideas? Today I decided to take a look at one of the most popular accounts responsible for such posts called @Impact and see if their posts hold water.
Happy Friday, guys! Today we're reacting to this week's top headlines, including America offering Russia a notorious weapons dealer in exchange for WNBA player Britney Griner, Will Smith's awkward apology, DC & NYC's new struggle with illegal immigrants, and definitions of words like “recession,” “girl,” and “definition” itself are being redefined to fit leftist narratives. Let's get into it.
News that Saudi Arabia is planning to build a utopian glass city for 9 million people in the middle of the desert called “The Line” has been sweeping the Internet. The city will be 500 meters tall, 200 meters wide, and 170 kilometers long, powered by 100% renewable energy, and built in 5-minute walkable neighborhoods where all your daily needs can be met. Does this sound like a dystopian nightmare, or would you actually be interested in living there? We react on today's show.
“Love Is Blind” co-host Vanessa Lachey has come under fire after being asked about the lack of “body diversity” on the hit reality dating show. ABC's “The Bachelor” has faced similar criticism in recent years, which begs the question: Do reality dating shows have a “fat acceptance” problem? Let's get into it.
A popular TikTok cook with over 1 million followers bowed to the mob after the PC police attacked her for posting a “Cowboy Caviar” recipe. Her crime? Appropriating Mexican culture. It's a situation that's both sad and funny at the same time, and one that also speaks to a bigger issue going on in our culture—we're publicly shaming people until they submit to progressive ideology.
Today I'm reacting to “Nope” actress Keke Palmer going viral on Twitter for saying comparisons of her to Zendaya were “colorism,” the army seeming to be more interested in rewarding DEI training than combat performance, and an anonymous parent writing a full op-ed about her child's gender nonconformity?
Hey guys, today I'm reacting to a clip from Ibram X. Kendi's recent appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in which I think there's a very dishonest exchange about how children should be taught about slavery and racism. Do you agree more with them or me? Let me know in the comments below!
Emmanuel Acho is a former NFL player turned television personality and host of a weekly anti-racist show called “Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man.” His 2020 interview with Chip & Joana Gaines about how we should teach kids about race was recently brought to my attention, and on today's show I'll be reacting and sharing my thoughts.
A Minneapolis mom went viral this weekend after confronting protesters who had gathered in support of Andrew Tekle Sundberg, a man who was shot and killed after a long standoff with police who responded to her call that Sundberg had allegedly been shooting his gun into her home as she cooked dinner for her kids.
In today's polarized society, it seems like anytime political topics come up there's more talking past each other, regurgitating mainstream talking points, and outright screaming than thoughtful and productive discussion. In this Unapologetic Special, Amala hits the streets of Los Angeles to see if it's possible to have civil conversations with complete strangers about racism in America.
By now you've probably heard the horrific story of the 10-year-old who became pregnant after being raped by an illegal immigrant and traveled from Ohio to Indiana to get an abortion. What does it say about our culture when this tragedy is immediately pounced upon by both sides to score political points? I react to this and more stories from this week on today's show.
If you're on Instagram, you've probably seen some of these woke infographics and memes shared by that outspoken lefist aunt or women's studies major you know. Today I thought it'd be fun to react to some of the silliest and most cringey ones I could find.
Crisis pregnancy centers provide free resources, medical services, baby supplies, and education to expecting mothers, but according to Elizabeth Warren they “torture pregnant people.” I have thoughts.
Today we will be reacting to Jubilee's Odd One Out. 5 anti-vaxxers and 2 fake anti-vaxxers have come together to play a group game. What's the goal? Root out the 2 fake anti-vaxxers. Can we figure out who they are? Let's give it a shot (no pun intended)!
Today I will be reacting to Jubilee's newest Middle Ground episode where they've brought together white, black, and biracial people to discuss racism in America. We'll be discussing whether or not white people experience racism, white privilege, racial fetishization, and more.
Happy Friday, guys! Today I'm reacting to this week's top stories, starting with “Morton's” trending #2 on Twitter nationally from angry backlash after the restaurant asked for people harassing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to be civil. Plus Macy Gray bows to the mob, NPR complains about the WNBA wage gap, and more.
I'm certainly no stranger to an overproduced or crazy political ad, but this year it seems to have gotten out of hand. Politics is starting to look more and more like a Hollywood movie or a broadway show. It's almost a joke at this point. Today, I'll be discussing the theatrics of modern-day politics and reacting to some of the most ridiculous ads.
Thousands of Dutch farmers gathered last week blocking roadways in their tractors in protest against new restrictions on farming in the Netherlands over climate change. Why is the media ignoring this story, and does it have something to do with the World Economic Forum & Great Reset? Let's get into it.
Welcome back guys! Hope you had a happy 4th of July weekend! Today, I will be recapping some of the left's reactions to Independence Day. I thought this year would be interesting seeing as it is now trendy to hate America and my thoughts were correct. From TikTok rants to hate columns, they have left no stone unturned when it comes to anti-American rhetoric. Let's react!
Happy Friday! Today I'm doing a week in review reacting to all the biggest stories and outlandish takes this week from gas prices and the “Liberal World Order” to outrage over the Supreme Court's recent string of decisions and some absurd comments from The View, Rashida Tlaib, & CNN.
Today I'm reacting to a gay man's viral “Message to the Left” in which he calls out in excruciating detail the excesses of the radical LGBTQ+ movement, from sexualizing children to normalizing pedophilia and weaponizing language. Does he nail it or go too far? Let's get into it.
Recently, YouTuber Zoe Bee put out a video hit piece on PragerU titled “Alt-Right Pipeline 2: Electric PragerU” where she makes the claim that PragerU has a monopoly on alt-right content. Apparently, I work for a dangerous alt-right organization. This is news to me. Does Zoe, in a 22 minute video, manage to communicate ONE bit of legitimate criticism of anything said in a PragerU video? No. I did get a laugh out of it though, so let's watch.
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v Wade and the Internet is predictably losing its mind. Today I'm reacting to some of the most unhinged meltdowns and awful takes on the decision and sharing my thoughts on the news.
When you see a headline these days, it's hard to know immediately what's a joke and what's real. Matt Walsh joins me today for a game of “Bee or Not The Bee,” where I show him a mix of real and satirical headlines from the Babylon Bee and he's got to determine which is which. Can you beat his score??
Ex-Harvard University researcher Roland Fryer has published a new analysis of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) trainings that have become common in modern workplaces and universities. He has found, however, that “the most popular tools used to combat disparities in the workplace have produced almost no measurable results,” and could in fact be doing the opposite of what they intend.
In this new digital age of social media, a constant 24 hour news cycle, and endless distractions it is likely that most of us lead over-stimulated lives. How does this affect us? Are we too far gone? What are practices that we can adopt to mitigate this issue? I'll discuss that and more on today's stream.
MSNBC recently hosted a roundtable where several black female hosts and celebrities discussed the culture surrounding black women and the discrimination they face in the workplace. Their complaints involved a lack of makeup supplies, unskilled hair stylists, and hair discrimination. They go on to discuss The Crown Act, a bill passed to end discrimination against black hair. Is this really a problem? Is this evidence of systemic racism? Is there work we need to do regarding this? I'll explore all of these questions in today's episode.
Hey guys! I'm traveling today, so for this episode I wanted to share a reaction I did last year when the U.S. Government first declared Juneteenth a federal holiday. Is Juneteenth making tangible change for the black community, or is it just another way for the establishment to promote racial division, social justice, and their narratives of systemic racism and America being founded on slavery? Here are my thoughts—let me know yours in the comments below!
We got him! Matt Walsh joins me on today's show to talk about the reaction to his controversial new documentary "What Is a Woman," whether he thinks the tide has turned in the gender theory debate, and shares some thoughts on parenting in these trying times as we go into Father's Day weekend.
A Google employee has been placed on administrative leave after leaking conversations between himself and a Google language chatbot. He did so to prove that the chatbot had developed sentience. Today, we'll discuss this possibility and what that means for our world.
Hey y'all! Today I wanted to do something a little different. It seems as though lots of people are scared to stand up for what they believe in. I think much of that fear comes from worrying about what other people will think or how they will react. So let's dive into philosophy and figure out why. I'll be reacting to a video from the YouTube channel “Freedom in Thought” titled “Marcus Aurelius - Stop Caring What People Think”.
Congratulations, you've made it halfway through Pride Month! Did you know many LGBTQ people are just as critical of corporate pandering during pride month, which they call “Pinkwashing”? To celebrate our run through the virtue signaling gauntlet, I'm reacting to the Top 10 most cringey examples of corporate pride pandering I could find.
The Department of Homeland Security just released a new “national terrorism advisory” about the threat of mass casualty violence by “online extremism” and “reactions to current events.” But how are they defining “online extremism?” Could your views be considered “extremist?” Let's get into it.
Is eating food from other cultures without acknowledging it cultural appropriation? TikTok's Soogia1 thinks so, and is here to lecture you on that and everything else you're doing wrong when it comes to political correctness and identity politics, all to the delight of her audience of millions of enthusiastic fans. We promised a “Fun” Friday - let's get into it.
Hey dude and dudettes! Today, I'm talking about the recent attempted attack on Justice Kavanaugh (a story that legacy media would rather ignore). I'll be looking at the response or lack thereof from outlets like CNN, MSNBC, ABC, etc. I'll also be discussing the developing story around the PGA golf tour and its battle with the new Saudi Arabian funded LIV golf tour. Can we judge these players for taking money from Saudi Arabia? Do we ourselves benefit from the Public Investment of Saudi Arabia?
Ladies and gentlemen, water is wet! And in other news, Joy Behar said something stupid on The View. Today I'm reacting to this and much more celebrity-themed news, including Nick Cannon's ninth child with his fifth baby mama, Matthew McConaughey's gun control speech, and Robert De Niro saying America is now in “calm waters” thanks to this administration. Let's get into it.
Today I'll be reacting to Jubilee's newest “Middle Ground” episode that brings together three conservative teens and three liberal parents to discuss today's most pressing issues. I'll be reacting to their debates on abortion, vaccine mandates, gun ownership, feminism, capitalism, and the American dream. Let's see who makes the best arguments.
Happy Monday guys and girls! Today I'm reacting to a viral video that emerged over the weekend from a “Drag Your Kids to Pride” event in Dallas, looking at a new disturbing scoop from Christopher Rufo about taxpayer-funded trans organizations, and cringing at some more corporate “Pride Month” virtue signaling from Burger King and others.
Hey all! Happy Friday! Yay! Today, we are going to be reviewing some of the biggest stories this week. I'll be discussing a horrible ad for the US Senate, Elon Musk telling his employee to get back in the office, a protester attempting to deface the Mona Lisa, and more pride month updates.
Hey guys! On today's episode I'll be reacting to a Jubilee video titled “ 5 Liberals Rank Themselves on the Political Spectrum.” where 5 liberals get together to rank themselves on the political spectrum. Let's hear what they have to say and respond to their perception of what it means to be a liberal in America.
The first day of June has been deemed the beginning of “Pride Month.” Apparently, this month is meant to be used to recognize and celebrate those who are members of the LGBTQ+ community. Looking into it, I found that the number of young people who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ is growing rapidly. This brings up many questions. Why is this happening? Is social media playing a role? Is a “Pride Month” necessary? Has sexuality become a personality trait? I'll be discussing all of this on today's show!