China on Monday stepped up its deepening row with the U.S. over Beijing’s treatment of ethnic Uighurs in the western Xinjiang region by slapping retaliatory sanctions on three senior Republican lawmakers and a U.S. envoy.
Windsor High School Principal Tiffany Riley has beensuspended this week in response to comments she made about the Black Lives Matter movement. Riley sparked controversy in the community when she criticized Black Lives Matter and advocated on behalf of law enforcement and equity for all. The Mount Ascutney School District called Riley’s remarks tained by “ignorance, prejudice, and lack of judgment.”
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago ended its work with University of Chicago economics professor Harald Uhlig after he was targeted by left-wing peers for criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and its call to “defund the police.”
One of Mexico’s largest newspapers received a bomb threat from a man claiming to represent the Sinaloa Cartel after criticism of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. This is not the paper’s first threat in its history.
Nancy Pelosi has joined a growing list of lawmakers concerned over the Robert Lighthizer’s inclusion of language protecting big tech companies’ content moderation legal immunity in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Criticism is legitimate, but pro-Israel critics in particular ought to be far more careful about their condemnation of Trump’s policy in Syria.
President Donald Trump continued criticizing former Vice President Joe Biden during his trip to Japan, despite widespread criticism from American media.
Laura Loomer was banned from Twitter on Wednesday.