NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom has opened up about the consequences of his human rights advocacy and the impacts it has had on family members in his native Turkey who are having trouble getting jobs and face social ostracization due to his criticism of the Erdogan regime.
Writing in the New York Times, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen writes that new European Internet regulations will “make social media far better without impinging on free speech.” That isn’t true, and the ways in which it isn’t true illustrate rather well just how difficult it would be to regulate social-media platforms without undermining free speech.
Ever since President Trump came down the golden escalators to announce his candidacy for president of the United States, many professional and even casual observers of politics and history have wondered just what was going on in the events that followed.
Florida state Rep. Anthony Sabatini, now a candidate for the U.S. House, is laying blame at mainstream media outlets after a uniformed Antifa “domestic terrorist” attempted to bomb a Florida January 6 rally where he was the keynote speaker.
Former supporters of Donald Trump who are virulently anti-vax are furious at the ex-president’s stance, and are vowing to support rival Republicans in the race to be the party’s candidate in two years’ time.