The Chief Executive of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, entered Hong Kong without following the territory’s mandatory 21-day hotel quarantine law. Carrie Lam, the current Chief Executive of Hong Kong, mentioned that the reason for Dimon’s lenient treatment was because he manages “a very huge bank” with “key business in Hong Kong”.
Surveys by the Pew Research Center found a partisan split on whether Twitter is good for democracy.
The only way the establishment media can feel influential anymore is to incite riots in Democrat-run cities, so the media are desperately using the Kyle Rittenhouse trial to incite riots in Democrat-run cities.
Over the weekend, hard left MSNBC host Tiffany Cross claimed the truck driving industry is populated by “a lot of white men” who “overwhelmingly voted for” former President Donald Trump.
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Right after Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger began his closing statement in the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial, YouTube cut off channels that were beating legacy media channels. Coincidence?
Trust in political news has hit another low, with most voters, even Democrats, believing the media were more aggressive in coverage of former President Donald Trump than President Joe Biden.
When video-sharing platform Rumble announced in August that it had struck deals with such prominent figures as Glenn Greenwald and Tulsi Gabbard, it marked a significant milestone in the eight-year-old service’s rise.
The makers of “Sesame Street” launched a PR blitz alerting the media that the show has its first Asian American character: Ji-Young.
Central banks and financial regulators are not being honest about their authority, expertise, and intent in pursuing mandatory climate-risk disclosures and risk models.
Woke Racism, the new book from social critic and Columbia linguist John McWhorter, has a simple thesis: Contemporary elite progressivism (aka "wokeness") is a religion.
Environmental activists call it a “methane fee.” The energy industry calls it a “natural gas tax.” Either way, energy consumers are likely to feel the effects in their pocketbooks.