Women's march

Are we watching a movement or just group therapy for Trump haters?

Jen Kerns, Fox News

While the Women’s March last year certainly served as an outlet for liberals to gather and share their “election depression,” there was no real call to action. There was no plan for attendees to return to their respective hometowns, run for office, nor do anything differently than they had done before the 2016 election. Quite frankly, without that kind of action the Women’s March risks becoming nothing more than annual group therapy.

Women's Marchers Unite!

Paul Kengor, The American Spectator

One might think that today’s left would shy away from figures like Davis. But again, anyone who thinks that doesn’t know the left. The likes of Angela Davis are not embarrassments to today’s left; they are heroes. And this past weekend, Davis was listed literally first among the female comrades who were the poster-girls to the Women’s March on Washington.