Tony Ortega blog: Warning Signs

The holiday season in America usually suggests a time when people set their differences of opinion aside and come together to celebrate in an atmosphere of peace and goodwill. Today, however, there is a different feeling in the air. With the protests against what seems to be an ever increasing level of

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Tony Ortega Blog: Cyberbully Warfare

The new governmental guidelines for cyberbullying are out and we thought it might be of interest to our readers to see just how the Tony Ortega blog stacks up against it.A recently released statement from the website identifies a the most common cyberbullying tactics, and sadly for those of us unfortunate enough to have

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Why doesn’t Paul Haggis speak out?

Paul Haggis often brags that his charitable work in Haiti began well before the 2010 earthquake, insisting that he has raised millions of dollars for the impoverished country. But there is something he is not speaking out about.

Troubling reports began surfacing about cover-ups surrounding investigations into the hiring of sex workers for

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Tony Ortega Blog: An Obsession with Celebrity

Tony Ortega has been a known suck-up within the film & television industry for a while now. Ever since his comically brief gig as a talking head in Alex Gibney’s hit-piece ‘documentary’ on Scientology, he has been chasing the lingering thrill of his minor brush with celebrity.

It is no secret that

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Tony Ortega: Compulsive Liar Driven by Fear

No two compulsive liars are the same but you may be surprised to learn they often share a lot of the same qualities and characteristics, making them easy to spot if you know what to look for.

If you want to dig into what drives compulsive liars, you have to first take a look at

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Fake News: A Checklist

A couple of years ago, way back when the phrase fake news was finding its footing in this country, the fact-checking website Politifact offered up the following definition of “fake news” as “made-up stuff, masterfully manipulated to look like credible journalistic reports that are easily spread online to large audiences willing to believe the fictions

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All Things Arielle

We here at the blog have had numerous requests for more information about Tony Ortega’s mysterious wife, Arielle Silverstein (aka Bozuri, aka Arielle Sarai). As the pants-wearing bread-winner of the household, in many ways Silverstein remains the driving economical force behind Ortega’s cottage industry hate farm.

Because of the sheer volume

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It Can Happen Again

Sometime during the late night hours between the 9th and 10th of November, 1938, shards of broken glass littered the streets after the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues were destroyed by Nazis in a pogrom against Jews throughout. It was a night that was to become known as Kristallnacht, or Night of Broken

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Is Hate Speech Free Speech?

The negative impacts of hate speech often get overlooked by a flurry of well-intentioned voices who trot out their lofty ideals of First Amendment rights buoyed by vague, noble-sounding notions of freedom of the press.

While, in theory, Americans have long held notions of the importance of free speech, this seemingly ‘enlightened’ position too often

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Crimes Against Humanity


Crimes against humanity are certain acts that are deliberately committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack or individual attack directed against any civilian or an identifiable part of a civilian population.

Good definitions are valuable assets. They allow us to assess situations better, make more meaningful statements and arrive at

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