There are several countries where being a Christian is punishable by imprisonment, torture, beatings, and death. And I am not just talking about North Korea and China. Just Google "Christian Persecution Map". It's not in the US, but it is real. People die for being a Christian all over the world.
In Asia (esp. China, Russia, other communist countries, and the Middle East) Christians are persecuted and slaughtered by the thousands. The Islamic Terrorists and the Extreme Communists do far worse to the Christians than anyone has ever done to the Islamic people or the Jews. Hitler had nothing on the Chinese and ISIS.
Liberals have attacked all Christian values as outdated and bigoted and villainized anyone who disagrees with them especially Christians. Christians in muslim countries are being slaughtered but there is little mention of that in the media. Christians in America are denied religious freedom. Attacks on Christian values are mainstream and all over primetime, all while they try to enforce "tolerance" for everyone else.
As far as I know... Christians haven't received a mass genocide in the past century. Neither are they being banned from entire countries on the basis of their religion.
Most of the criticism toward Christianity is that they're trying to enforce their religious beliefs over everyone else. For instance, the Republican Party. I find that perfectly fair and reasonable.
Christians are attacking our liberal values and everything Liberalism stands for. For example often Christians are against homosexuality and LGBT community in general (https://i.Ytimg.Com/vi/Nmekb4k-ZeM/hqdefault.Jpg), many are against Atheism and are stupid enough to try to convince other that God does exist without any real Evidence (https://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=DqkZToHL57U&list=PLA4AD71E546A83D85) and very few Christians are open mined people.
Personally I have never had anyone insult me because of my religion and don't know anyone who has been. As for religious freedom, it affects more than just Christians. I would also like to say that baking a cake for a gay wedding probably isn't that bad. Christians also have had way more influence in the U.S. than any other religion. The world is not out to get us.