The Saudi aviation student who opened fire at Pensacola Naval Air Station, murdering three U.S. sailors and wounding eight, had posted a short manifesto on Twitter decrying the actions of the “crusaders” — the United States and Israel — and encouraging jihad. But this episode of Right Angle focuses an a smaller aspect of the story — the shooter’s reaction to being dubbed “pornstache” by an instructor.
A 12-year-old girl at Westridge Middle School in Overland Park, Kansas, brandishes her hand as a gun, which draws cops to the school who cuff her and charge her with a felony. Are police justified in taking all threats seriously, or did they overreact and ruin a middle schooler’s life?
Gillette wants it men to stop displaying, and tolerating, “toxic masculinity.” Bill Whittle says the razor company’s new campaign — The Best a Man Can Be — might produce the opposite result.