Gabriel Hays

Contributing Writer


University of Dallas Class of '16.  Lives in Clifton, VA

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The writers at Slate believe that the movie version of Fahrenheit 451 portrays a book-burning, right-wing dystopia. If only they could smell the irony.



If your business plan is to find a dark corner of the internet marketplace and sell kitschy anti-Trump art etched in sadness, then you’re too late. Rosie O’Donnell has beat you there.



An almost down-to-earth celebrity discussed the hypocrisy of celebrity opinions with the Daily Beast, and then went on to give his own hypocritical celebrity opinion.



Yet another out-of-touch, featherweight, Hollywood sycophant is offering his opinion on US politics. Actor Andrew Garfield (star of Hacksaw Ridge and The Amazing Spider Man) has been promoting himself for his role in Broadway’s gay extravaganza, a remake of the 1980’s cult-classic, Angels in America.



For liberals still mourning the Obamas’ departure from the White House, there’s good news; Michelle has been writing a book about her time as first lady. It’s a perfect addition to any progressive’s coffee table, right next to that tear-stained copy of What Happened by Hillary.



Once again, Hollywood liberals are crying “Hate Speech!” in an effort to get Second Amendment supporters in the media to shut up.



Oh Washington Post, if you weren’t so wrong, how would we ever know what’s right?



At his passing on Wednesday, sensible people fondly remember Billy Graham. But to the progressive fanatics at The Guardian, bringing millions to Christ and the comfort of religion counts for nothing. He never cared about climate change or sought big government policies as a solution to America’s problems.



Christianity is routinely mocked by the media. So when they show only reverence for a Christian televangelist, that’s no small feat.



March 24th will be the “March for Our Lives,” an ostensibly nationwide demonstration led by student survivors of the Mary Stoneman Douglas school shooting in order to demand new gun laws. Traumatized young people pushing (or being used to push) a progressive agenda is too good to ignore for some Hollywood liberals.



Black Panther set box office records on its way to becoming “a watershed in cultural history of African Americans,” wrote The Miami Herald’s Leonard Pitts Jr. Yet, the movie was typical Hollywood – filled with violence, including 163 shootings, while Marvel stars call for gun control.

 



If you can’t convince Americans to give into gun control after mass shootings, the next best thing is to convince them that the NRA and Republicans are so extreme they won’t even ban bullets targeting police officers. Or so suggest The Young Turks.



Songwriter Donovan Woods feels as though country music needs a progressive, pro-LGBTQ update and that fans just need to put up with it. He hopes his new pro-gay music video will get the ball rolling. Might I suggest he find a new line of work.



One would think that a rational and unified stance in the wake of tragedy would be the best start for healing and prevention, except the left seems to want none of it.



Gregg Popovich really appreciates Black History Month, and he wants Americans to focus on how racist this country still is. On Monday, after a game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Utah Jazz, the Spurs head coach was asked about how the NBA was promoting Black History Month.



Proverbial crazy old liberal, Ed Asner thinks he’s a real funny guy. On Tuesday morning, Asner took to twitter to try out an outlandish joke. He shared a recent National Geographic report on a poacher who was devoured by lions at a game reserve in South Africa last Friday. Not being able to resist, the former president of the Screen Actors’ Guild asked the twitterverse if anyone had seen Eric or Donald Trump Jr. lately, implying that they were the victims of the mauling. Wow, you really showed those conservatives, you crazy old coot.



Here’s a surprise: an effete writer for the New Yorker is uncomfortable with patriotism, guns and the kind of men who join the military. So as you might imagine, Anthony Lane isn’t wild about Clint Eastwood’s new movie.



Conservative media platform PragerU is suing Google this week over allegations of its educational videos being censored. The company has had 40 of its videos censored by the information and tech giant since October of last year, and believes it’s time to fight the corporation on its extreme violation of free speech laws.



If there’s one topic conservative Americans need to be relentlessly hit on the head with, it’s that they aren’t doing enough to understand that immigrants are the fabric of America. The talk of border security and proper paths of citizenship is dangerously prevalent today. Don’t worry though, the androids over at Apple will be helping with some cultural oversight.



More controversy has erupted between Mike Pence and another openly gay U.S. athlete at this winter’s Olympic games, all in the name of tolerance and homosexual acceptance. It’s one small step for gays, and one giant, exasperated “Oh, shut up!” for the rest of normal America.