Ann Coulter, Donald Trump, & Adolph Hitler
In an article entitled “Springtime for Pundits,” Ann Coulter mocks any writer who would draw any sort of comparison between Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler. Let’s be up-front here: Hitler analogies are way overdone in our society. They are the cliché of clichés. But such wanton overuse doesn’t invalidate the fact that, once in a very great while, someone might actually come along who invites | Read More »
Here’s Part of How We Stop Future Sandy Hooks: Ask the Media to Do Their Part.
In an article published today by FrontPage Magazine, Daniel Greenfield makes a very compelling case that graphic media reports of suicides (and by simple extension, mass shootings) inevitably inspire copycat behavior. This phenomenon has been called the “Werther effect” — named after the unfortunate protagonist of a 1774 novel credited with inspiring an international rash of copycat suicides. By this understanding, at least some of | Read More »