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Sen. Hawley Introduces Bill To Fine American Companies Relying On Chinese Slave Labor

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is introducing a bill that would punish American companies for using slave labor to create their products, as multiple American businesses such as Nike and Apple have come...
Джоан Роулінг (Joanne Rowling)

The rise of ‘emocracy’, and the death of debate

In our public spheres, political correctness, polarisation and cancel culture have taken the place of conversation, engagement and argument

It’s Not Left vs. Right, It’s Big vs. Small

Global corporations make token payments to anti-racism activists in the United States while funding the Chinese Communist Party’s racist dictatorship and sowing the destitution that causes unrest at...

What Happens When the Madness Ends?

Today’s corporate revolutionary enthusiasts had better prepare for the inevitable turn.

Republicans move to revoke Big Tech's 'free pass to censor and silence' conservatives...

Republican lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation aimed at fighting what they see as anti-conservative bias on Google and other social media.

No, We Can’t Just Get Along

o partner with a predator is to surrender. Some European diplomats are playing a dangerous game.

What draws millennials to socialism even as it fails elsewhere? Start with being woke and broke.

A generation of single, childless and mostly urban youth feels cheated that their high-priced degrees did not earn them competitive salaries. Millions of embittered college graduates will never be...

Is America Becoming Sinicized?

There wasn’t a single major Western politician who warned the world of a frightening, Chinese-dominated future — one in which the West turned into China rather than China into the West. The single...
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China lashes out at Western businesses as it tries to cut support for Hong Kong protests

Well-known brands including Tiffany and the NBA have felt China’s wrath

Is China Heading for Crisis?

The protests in Hong Kong accelerate the contradictions in Beijing.