Dustin CarmackOctober 16, 20216min
LinkedIn, a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft, announced on Thursday a sunset of its localized version of its platform in China that currently has over 50 million users. The platform had recently been criticized for blocking several U.S. journalists for the use of “prohibited content” in light of a crackdown by Chinese authorities earlier this […]

Paul SaccaOctober 16, 202112min
A demonstration in Washington, D.C., against fossil fuel projects turned violent Thursday when climate change protesters stormed the U.S. Department of the Interior building and occupied a space inside the federal building for hours. There have been protests this week in Washington, D.C., as part of the People Vs. Fossil Fuels demonstrations, demanding President Joe […]

Cristina LailaOctober 16, 20211min
Kamala Harris did a virtual interview with CBS Pittsburgh’s Political Editor Jon Delano on Wednesday. The interview was an awkward dumpster fire. Kamala Harris rambled incoherently and veered off subject so her aides jumped in and rescued her. As the CBS reporter asked Kamala Harris about Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, one of Kamala Harris’ […]

Madeline LeesmanOctober 16, 20213min
On Thursday, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld its decision to allow Texas to continue to enforce S.B. 8, the newly-enacted law that outlaws abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. The Court’s decision reaffirmed their order last week, which reversed U.S. District Judge Rob Pitman’s ruling issuing an injunction on the law. […]

Joel B. PollakOctober 16, 20215min
President Joe Biden finally has his answer to the boat parades that President Donald Trump’s supporters staged throughout the 2020 election: his own “parade” of dozens of cargo ships, waiting to dock at clogged Long Beach and Los Angeles ports. Biden finally got his procession of boats. — Ian Miles Cheong @ (@stillgray) […]

Jay RichardsOctober 16, 20216min
According to Senate rules, a reconciliation package should be limited to budget questions. But in 2021, $3.5 trillion tax-and-spend bill Democrats are trying to push through via the reconciliation process offers the chance for radical gender activists to slip the language and assumptions of their ideology into federal legislation. For instance, the text on “Maternal […]