Scott Adams has a problem reading the room.
Florida State Sen. Blaise Ingoglia introduced "The Ultimate Cancel Act," to "cancel" Democrats over the Party's former support of slavery.
Dave Chappelle's latest appearance on SNL was good overall, but him whining about how "scary" it is to talk was disingenuous.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has canceled plans to teach a seminar this fall at George Washington University’s law amid student outcry.
Texas gubernatorial candidate Don Huffines won't fire his staffer, Jake Lloyd Colglazier, who said he wants to “restore historical American culture” by “maintaining a supermajority of the original stock of the United States, and maintaining a homogeneity," among other white nationalist things.
A handful of Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to the racist and insensitive imagery targeting Black and Asian communities, which stirred up "cancel culture" critique from conservatives on social media.
The "Black Panther" actress is one of many Black public figures who are openly questioning the safety and effectiveness of a COVID-10 vaccine.
The former POTUS has some thoughts on today's social media culture.
Crying “cancel culture” is simply begging to be as loud and hateful as possible with little recourse.
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