Category: Foreign policy

Experts on Trump Saying He Will Still Accept Intel from Foreign Nations: It’s a Welcome Mat

Experts on Trump Saying He Will Still Accept Intel from Foreign Nations: It’s a Welcome Mat

The commander-in-chief has now invited foreign interference in the 2020 election, experts say.

Bias

Trump Critics: US Can’t Have a Trade Policy Based on Threats and Tweets

Trump Critics: US Can’t Have a Trade Policy Based on Threats and Tweets

Bernie Sanders: 'But Trump's erratic threats and trade policies are not the way to go.'

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Senators Introduce Resolution Supporting Two-State Solution in Middle East

Senators Introduce Resolution Supporting Two-State Solution in Middle East

Bernie Sanders: 'We need to defend Israel’s right to live in peace and security, while at the same time, end the occupation and protect Palestinians’ right to security and self-determination.'

Bias

The Soldiers in the Tank: Unsung Heroes of Tiananmen Square

The Soldiers in the Tank: Unsung Heroes of Tiananmen Square

Thirty years ago, after weeks of student-led protests, tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

Bias

Tulsi Gabbard: We Are ‘on the Brink of War with Iran’

Tulsi Gabbard: We Are ‘on the Brink of War with Iran’

'The American people need to understand how devastating and costly such a war would be...'

Bias

The Chinese Ethnic Genocide Nobody Cares About

The Chinese Ethnic Genocide Nobody Cares About

The history of the Uighur ethnic group is complicated. Uighurs started off as an ethnic majority in Xinjiang, and they have historically been self-governed.

Bias

Opinions

McConnell Admits GOP Willing to Deny Americans Their Rights to Avoid ‘Two New Democratic Senators’

By Janet Ybarra

The only correct, patriotic and intellectually honest answer is to provide DC with the full representation that all taxpaying Americans enjoy and have come to expect.

The Soldiers in the Tank: Unsung Heroes of Tiananmen Square

By Thomas Brown

Thirty years ago, after weeks of student-led protests, tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

Why Despite Inaccurate Reporting, Media Trust is Rising

By Thomas Brown

Gell-Mann helped bring order to the field of particle physics in the 1950s and 1960s — a time when a bewildering array of new particles was being found in “atom-smashing” experiments.

Don’t Blame Liberals and Democrats for Social Media Bans

By Mike Jones

People were banned for violating terms of service--even Alex Jones' site has terms of service.

The Chinese Ethnic Genocide Nobody Cares About

By Eliyahu Setton

The history of the Uighur ethnic group is complicated. Uighurs started off as an ethnic majority in Xinjiang, and they have historically been self-governed.

The Court, Not Roe v Wade, Should Be Up For Review

By Mike Kauffmann

The winds are changing and with change comes unrest.

The Rockiest Democratic Presidential Launch Yet

By Janet Ybarra

On what was to be his big day, Bill deBlasio suffered one ignominy after another.

Do Political Quizzes Define You?

By Mike Kauffmann

I checked out eight popular quizzes. They were all biased. After all, they’re written by humans and all humans are biased.

A Divided Nation Over Abortion

By Winston Wang

In a recent interview on Fox News, Presidential Hopeful Bernie Sanders said, “I believe that the decision over abortion belongs to a woman and her physician, not the federal government, not the state government.”

Conservatives Angry at Liberal Internet Bias: Time To Bring Back the Fairness Doctrine?

By Janet Ybarra

If Republicans were sincere, they would help re-establish the Fairness Doctrine.