More Americans than ever identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) according to a survey of sexuality, with one in six people under 23 saying they are something other than heterosexual.
Even before controversies in recent weeks over New York Times management’s handling of free speech issues, according to a New York Post report published Saturday, only 51% of Times employees agreed in a company survey that “there is a free exchange of views in this company; people are not afraid to say what they really think.”
Politicians, prominent intellectuals, and academics in France have voiced concern that ‘out-of-control leftism and cancel culture’ from the United States is threatening French identity.
House Republican lawmakers are seeking this week to oust U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar, a Democrat from Minnesota, from her committee assignments as Democrats push for similar action against Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Fox News reported on Tuesday.
Some in media have challenged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over her claims regarding the protest at the U.S. Capitol on the 6th of January, saying that she was not technically in the actual U.S. Capitol building but in a nearby House office building.
Turkish police on Monday detained 159 people over protests in Istanbul against President Erdogan’s appointment of a new rector at one of the country’s top Universities, the Istanbul Governor’s office said.
The leader of the Proud Boys, who was arrested in Washington shortly before the Capitol Hill Protests, previously worked undercover and cooperated with investigators after he was accused of fraud in 2012, court documents show.
Some 240 people have been arrested as unrest spread to at least 10 municipalities across the Netherlands, with riot police using water cannons, batons, dogs and horses to break up unauthorized anti-lockdown gatherings and riots.
Journalist Andy Ngo, whose parents fled to the US from Vietnam in 1978, has become a political refugee himself, fleeing to London, saying he received death threats from Antifa over his coverage of the movement.
Fewer than half of Americans trust mainstream media, according to PR firm Edelman’s annual “trust barometer.” But rather than attempt to repair the relationship, media outlets blame their audience’s poor ‘information hygiene.’
Hundreds of restaurants and pubs have re-opened across the Czech Republic, defying the enduring Chinese Virus restrictions. The venues have been closed for months and owners say the restrictions have failed to improve the situation.
Andrew Neil will be the main presenter of a new 24-hour news channel called GB News, which is set to go head-to-head with the BBC and could become a British version of Fox News or Newsmax respectively.
A young Dutch designer has managed to land gushing feature stories by international media on her new gender-neutral deck of playing cards, but the latest achievement in political correctness was met with yawns and mockery.
An op-ed published by The Washington Post last week has raised eyebrows over its explanation of why President Trump gained among minority voters despite his assumed 2020 election defeat.
Thousands of Anti-Lockdown protesters took to the streets of Amsterdam, decrying restrictive measures against the Chinese Virus. The unauthorized gathering was met with a strong riot police force.
A lobbyist group affiliated with Antifa is suing Apple in an effort to get free speech messaging platform Telegram removed from the app store, claiming that it allows ‘extremists’ to spread ‘hate speech’.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticized Twitter for banning President Trump, saying that social media networks shouldn’t have the power to decide who is allowed to exercise free speech.
Many concerned intellectuals and other activists of free speech have pointed fingers at messages from Iran’s leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, accusing the platform of double standards amid Presidents Twitter ban.
Elderly Britons are refusing the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine because they’d rather ‘wait for the English one’ and failing to turn up for appointments as ministers scramble to turbo-charge the jab’s roll out.
The President Trump supporter killed in the Capitol building Wednesday was an Air Force vet from California who tweeted a day earlier how “nothing will stop us” and “the storm is here.”
Male-to-female transgendered people retain notable physical advantages over their cisgendered female counterparts after a year of taking hormones, a study has revealed, stating the obvious in scientific fashion.
A Wisconsin prosecutor announced Tuesday that he will not file criminal charges against a police officer who took down a criminal Black man in Kenosha last summer, setting off sometimes violent protests in the city.
Major corporations adopted the slogan to show their support in the fight to end supposed injustice and with all this exposure came mega donations to BLM, a grassroots group that popped up in 2013.
Racial justice warriors on Twitter are seething over the decision to cast Black British actress Naomi Ackie as Whitney Houston, complaining that the role should have been reserved for a black American.
American economist David Steinman accused WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, 55, of being a ‘crucial decision maker’ who directed Ethiopia’s security forces actions from 2013 to 2015.
A former aide to Govenor Cuomo now running for Manhattan borough president said Sunday morning on Twitter that her ex-boss “sexually harassed” her for her “looks” but refused to share any more information.A
As patriots converged on Washington D.C. from all across the country to protest the results of the election, and to support President Trump, Antifa took to the streets, initiating brawls and assaults on Trump supporters.
Barcelona footballer and French national team member Antoine Griezmann has announced he is cutting ties with Chinese technology giant Huawei over the continuing genocide of Uighurs in East-Turkestan (Xinjiang province).
The Uighur Muslims in Chinese concentration camps are forced to eat pork every Friday, confirmed Sayragul Sautbay, who was one of the victims of the vile atrocities being committed by the Chinese government.
Journalists and rich people defined as ‘high value business travellers’ will be made exempt from having to enter a 2-week quarantine when they return to the UK under new rules announced by the government.
t’s difficult to tell if Hill, who is known to be an anti-white racist, is legitimately asking Paul if what he did was racist or if there is an underlying sarcasm. She starts laughing before even getting to the question but knowing the psychological issues Hill is facing it is safe to assume it was a serious question.
Yet another airline has announced that it sees ‘COVID passports’, proof that travellers have been vaccinated or tested negative for coronavirus, as essential for them to be able to travel.
The United Nations voted on Wednesday to remove medical marijuana from a list of the world’s most dangerous drugs – a move which could pave the way for an expansion of both consumption and research of the controversial plant.
The Socialist, 31, who enjoys a six-figure congressional income, shared a link to the now sold out jersey Wednesday evening, writing: ‘Preorders are open now. As always, made in the US with dignified, union jobs paying living wages.’
Facebook said Thursday it will start removing supposedly false claims about COVID-19 vaccines, in its latest move to counter a tide of coronavirus-related online free-thoughts exchange.
Project Veritas released new tapes today of CNN’s 9 a.m. rundown calls that have been recorded for months, which expose CNN president Jeff Zucker and several other CNN executives expressing their political biases against people and groups that oppose the network’s political agenda.