Distressing reports have surfaced concerning the Catholic Church and large scale Vatican financial investments. Several news sites (and some happy LGBTQ outlets) broke news that some of the Church’s money has gone toward financing lewd Hollywood productions like Elton John biopic Rocketman, a film which boasts “the most explicit gay love scene since Brokeback Mountain.”



Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on Thursday leveled a double-barreled attack on white, Christian Americans and conservative media in a caustic defense of Colin Kaepernick's recent anti-Thanksgiving Day activities. The former NBA great and Guardian writer shamed them by portraying Kaepernick as "the black Grinch for those who dream of a white America."



Into a discussion about the treatment of the bodies of aborted and miscarried babies, the Washington Post brought an obnoxiously flippant parody piece purporting to support funerals for sperm. In other words, presenting us with an apple and saying, "This is a banana."



They do the math and the eyeball tests differently at The Undefeated, the race-baiting ESPN blog. Until Tuesday, there were three African American head coaches and one Latino head coach in the NFL. That day the Carolina Panthers canned Latino head coach Ron Rivera and named African American Perry Fewell the interim coach, upping the number of black head coaches in the league from three to four. It's not rocket science here, but The Undefeated claims this coaching move makes the NFL "whiter."



The gay mafia’s campaign to rid the world of biological imperatives is not just invested in changing the future but also about re-writing the past. The New York Times Style Magazine unveiled it’s weekend cover on Wednesday, which depicts queer artists who specialize in updating art of the past with today’s unhinged sexualities.



Tsk tsk, Hillary. The former presidential candidate is taking heat for her response to old rumors about her being a lesbian. Madame Clinton’s firm denial that she has “never” been tempted to dabble in homosexuality angered a member of the LGBTQ community for making the lifestyle out to be something “salacious.”



One actress is trying to give Gloria Steinem a run for her money in pro-abortion extremism. Jameela Jamil (The Good Place), who had an abortion when she was younger, is so exercised about abortion that she’s been raging at pro-lifers on Twitter.



As if the liberal agenda teaching kids to be anti-gun and anti-Founders wasn’t enough, now they’re explicitly connecting today’s mass gun murders to historical mistreatment of minorities.



Megan Rapinoe is no longer satisfied calling the shots just for women's soccer. She's demanding that male soccer superstars get with the social justice program, too. Cristiano Ronaldo, Leo Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic need to get active to clean up the problems plaguing men's soccer, Rapinoe said.



For the first time in Star Wars’ 40 year saga, director J.J. Abrams and Disney can finally claim that the LGBTQ representation is strong with this one. Variety reported on Tuesday that the final movie in the franchise will not be skipping out on the overtly progressive agenda they have been talking about installing into the series since 2015’s The Force Awakens. Abrams told the outlet that LGBTQ will finally be able to say they were “represented” in a Star Wars movie.



World leader and queen of the mean girls, Justin Trudeau has got lefty tongues wagging over video of his alleged gossip about President Donald J. Trump during this week’s NATO summit. And even though Trudeau is an effete, blackface-wearing hypocrite, celebrity twitter heralded his behind-the-back antics as some heroic Trump takedown. Of course this is the pettiest news of the year, but then again, this is both Canada and Hollywood we’re talking about.



In their rematch against the Steelers on Sunday, Browns Head Coach, Freddie Kitchens, made waves by wearing a t-shirt that simply said, "Pittsburgh started it." This referred to the fight between the Steelers and Browns earlier this season, which resulted in 33 disciplinary actions, including an indefinite suspension to the Browns' Myles Garrett.