Tyler O'NeilSeptember 11, 20215min
The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has set goals to fill a specific percentage of leadership positions with Black and Hispanic candidates by the year 2025, in the name of fighting “systemic racism.” According to Pfizer’s Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Report 2020, published in March 2021, the company set “opportunity parity goals” for 2025. Those goals […]

Tyler O'NeilJuly 27, 20219min
On Monday, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) announced that it would team up with PayPal and law enforcement to “fight extremism and hate through the financial industry and across at-risk communities.” While it makes sense for PayPal to monitor financial activity that may support lawbreaking and violence, ADL has a leftist bent and a history of […]

Tyler O'NeilJuly 22, 20216min
Last year, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D-Washington, D.C.) directed her taxpayer-funded staff to paint “Black Lives Matter” in all caps along 16th Street N.W. near the White House. Yet when activists painted “CUBA LIBRE” on the same street in front of the Cuban Embassy last Friday, Bowser’s staff erased the message. While the “CUBA LIBRE” lettering […]

Tyler O'NeilJuly 2, 20216min
On Thursday, New York prosecutors charged the Trump Organization, the Trump Payroll Corporation, and Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg with 15 felony counts in connection with an alleged tax scheme stretching back to 2005. Meanwhile, New York prosecutors have dropped looting and rioting charges against hundreds of rioters who wreaked havoc on the city last […]

Tyler O'NeilJuly 1, 20215min
Last week, Canada’s Liberal Party headed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proposed new legislation to criminalize “hate speech” online, punishable by a $50,000 fine (roughly $40,000 U.S.D.), paid to the government. Government officials, including the attorney general and the minister of public safety, announced the new bill on Wednesday. “Canadians expect their government to take […]

Tyler O'NeilJune 2, 20215min
On June 1, which LGBT activists — and President Joe Biden — celebrate as the first day of “Pride month,” Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) signed a law protecting fairness in women’s sports. He signed the bill in front of a group of female teenage athletes, including Selina Soule, one of the Connecticut female athletes who […]

Tyler O'NeilApril 21, 20216min
On Monday, after the Derek Chauvin trial went to the jury for its verdict, protesters marched through the streets of Minneapolis, Minn. As they marched, a Polish National Catholic Church mysteriously caught fire and sustained heavy damage. “The fire spread to multiple parts of the church, parts of the roof have collapsed, and right now, […]