Ashe SchowJanuary 10, 202110min
Megacompany Apple is threatening to remove social networking service Parler from its App Store unless the company starts moderating its platform more harshly. Reuters reported that Parler, billed as an alternative to Twitter without the left-wing bias, received the letter from Apple Friday evening following Big Tech’s crackdown on President Donald Trump and his supporters. […]

Ashe SchowJanuary 1, 20214min
A U.K. activist who leads a Black Lives Matter-inspired political party has called for a “race offenders” registry — a national database of anyone “accused” or “charged” with racism. The registry would bar those on it from certain jobs and from living near people of color. Sasha Johnson, the activist calling for the registry, calls […]

Ashe SchowNovember 15, 20204min
Al-Qaeda’s second in command was reportedly killed by Israeli assassins on motorcycles at the request of the United States, according to intelligence officials. The New York Times reported that Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, also known as Abu Muhammad al-Masri, was shot by motorcycle-riding Israeli assassins on the streets of Tehran three months ago. Al-Masri was described […]

Ashe SchowNovember 11, 20205min
The fallout from this summer’s riots — which saw businesses large and small looted and burned to the ground — continues to be seen, as a new report from The New York Times shines a light on the insurance woes faced by those whose livelihoods were destroyed in the name of racial justice. For months […]

Ashe SchowNovember 2, 20205min
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s editorial board has endorsed President Donald Trump for re-election, the first time the paper has endorsed a Republican presidential candidate since Richard Nixon in 1972. The endorsement shouldn’t come as a surprise, however, as the editorial direction of the paper has shifted to the right in recent years. “We share the embarrassment […]

Ashe SchowOctober 29, 20205min
Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, asked students to identify themselves by race and then segregated them into different orientation sessions according to their identity. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) investigated the situation after a professor brought it to their attention and called on the school to commit to never offering […]

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