The Fight for Roe

Alyssa Pointer / Reuters Abortion-rights supporters gathered and marched in cities across America following the leak of a draft majority opinion by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, which suggests that the court intends to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that gives Americans the right to have abortions. Though the document, published by […]

Tennessee makes homeless camping a felony – HotAir

States around America, including some of the bluest, have recently taken steps to empty out entrenched homeless encampments on public lands. Even San Francisco and Los Angeles have attempted to break up the makeshift communities where crime tends to flourish and people with drug and alcohol addiction problems congregate. These efforts have not met with […]

The world’s biggest shipping lines are taking to the skies — Quartz

The world’s three biggest shipping lines have sky-high ambitions to develop their own cargo airlines. Maersk, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), and CMA CGM are buying planes, merging with air cargo vendors, and striking partnerships with existing airlines to expand their air cargo offerings. After two years of soaring shipping profits, the firms know high ocean […]

Is ‘The Resident’ Renewed for Season 6?

The Resident comes to the end of its current season this May—but will the show get a Season 6? With dozens of popular shows getting canceled over the last few days, fans are right to worry about the show’s future. The Fox show’s current season saw star Emily VanCamp leave, which some might read as […]

‘MORALLY WEAK’: Why Critics Fear UN Investigation May Whitewash China’s Genocide

Michelle Bachelet, the U.N.’s Human Rights High Commissioner, will visit Xinjiang this month to investigate claims of human rights abuses. “The whole trip will be manipulated by China to show the U.N. delegation what it wants to show,” Dr. Mamtimin Ala, a Uyghur activist, told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “[The Chinese] were using journalists […]

A Case for Remote Work

To keep people closer to America’s greatest cities, give people the flexibility they need to live the lives they dream of. One overlooked policy from the Trump administration was the cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions, passed as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The deduction was capped at $10,000 […]

Race-Baiting and Disinformation in the White House

We noted here that Joe Biden’s new Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, peddles disinformation in the form of a (false) stolen election conspiracy theory. Is that OK now? It’s all so confusing! Today we learned that in 2020, Jean-Pierre described the Fox News Channel as racist: “[Fox News] was racist before coronavirus, they are racist during […]