President Donald Trump on Friday said he was considering banning the video platform TikTok in response to concerns the Chinese Government could access user data.
Sen. Tom Cotton introduced a bill that would ban funds for the purpose of teaching the NYT’s revisionist “1619 Project” in K-12 schools.
The Center for American Liberty, a non-profit dedicated to protecting the civil rights of Americans, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday challenging California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order barring most schools in the state from reopening because of the spread of the coronavirus.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) is urging President Donald Trump’s administration to consider implementing a ban on travelers from China to the United States over the Chinese Communist Party’s mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak that has left more than a dozen people dead.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) said Thursday that she will introduce a bill banning the federal death penalty in response to the Justice Department’s announcement regarding the policy.
The Texas State Senate voted 20-11 Friday to approve a House amendment to a bill that would ban state, county, and local governments from contracting or partnering with Planned Parenthood for any services.
President Donald Trump reportedly will sign an executive order this week banning U.S. telecom companies from using equipment that has been deemed risky to national security. The order will not specify individual companies or countries of origin, but it will clearly have the most profound impact on Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.
On Thursday, CNN published a report suggesting the U.S. lacks the “urgency” of New Zealand in banning guns.
During a recent appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey stated that the social media platform was “probably way too aggressive” in banning conservatives.
Apple CEO Tim Cook advocated for censorship of “those who push hate [and] division” across his company’s digital platforms.