The change shows a "misunderstanding of sociology as an illegitimate discipline driven by ... ‘woke’ ideology," said the American Sociological Association.
The Fox News host insisted the radio veteran, who emphatically embraced the term, just "doesn’t understand what woke is."
Turns out Republican primary voters aren’t that into the anti-woke rallying cry, and presidential candidates are responding accordingly.
The Clinton-era Cabinet secretary broke down the how and the why of five key GOP talking points.
The Florida governor made the comments sitting down for the first time with CNN's Jake Tapper.
The former president wants a better word for things he doesn’t like.
“We’re watching you, Ron,” said the co-host of “The View" while slamming the 2024 GOP presidential candidate’s “ridiculousness."
When a word that originated in the Black community as a rallying cry has been bastardized by the right, it's time for that word to die.
Dana Perino suggested the term "woke" is more of a "sense," a "feeling."
The actor, who served in the Obama White House, broke down Republicans' fear of the "woke mind virus."