State Department Cuts Ties With Islamic Charity Over Anti-Semitism

State Department Cuts Ties With Islamic Charity Over Anti-Semitism

The State Department has cut ties with Islamic Relief Worldwide, an international charity that the United States accuses of spreading anti-Semitism. The public accusations represent a wholesale shift in how the United States approaches a global charity that was, until recently, an official partner of…

VOX MP Claims MSM and Social Media Companies Censor His Party While Covering Up Far-Left Violence

VOX MP Claims MSM and Social Media Companies Censor His Party While Covering Up Far-Left Violence

A new report reveals that the prestigious Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, has accepted $340 million in donations from the nation of Qatar since 2012. Despite the documented relationship between the university and Qatar, Northwestern is not among the many institutions facing an investigation by…

VOX MP Claims MSM and Social Media Companies Censor His Party While Covering Up Far-Left Violence

VOX MP Claims MSM and Social Media Companies Censor His Party While Covering Up Far-Left Violence

Spanish populist MP Iván Espinosa, a member of VOX, has claimed that social media companies are censoring his party, while the mainstream media often fail to report on far-left violence against VOX party members. Mr Espinosa told Breitbart London the current undercurrent of tech censorship that conservatives are…

Biden Goes Global: ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Modeled After United Nations Disaster Relief Program

Biden Goes Global: ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Modeled After United Nations Disaster Relief Program

Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda for combatting the coronavirus pandemic and its economic effects has its foundation in an international disaster relief program designed by the United Nations, a review of the origins of the framework and terminology reveal. Biden’s “Build…

‘Effectiveness Unproven’: Dutch Lawmaker Advises Against Wearing Masks

‘Effectiveness Unproven’: Dutch Lawmaker Advises Against Wearing Masks

The Dutch government on Wednesday advised the public not to wear masks to slow the spread of coronavirus, cautioning their effectiveness remains unproven. The Minister for Medical Care Tamara van Ark made the decision after a review by the country’s National Institute for Health (RIVM).…

Twitter Under Fire for Flagging Trump Posts but Not Iran Ayatollah Demanding Israel’s Genocide

Twitter Under Fire for Flagging Trump Posts but Not Iran Ayatollah Demanding Israel’s Genocide

Twitter came under fire at Israel’s Knesset Wednesday for flagging President Donald Trump’s tweets while allowing those by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei calling for Israel’s destruction to remain untouched. Incredibly, a Twitter official said Ayatollah Khamenei’s tweets do not violate the company’s rules against hate…

Daily Caller Experienced Google Suppression, Says Editor in Chief

Daily Caller Experienced Google Suppression, Says Editor in Chief

Daily Caller editor-in-chief Geoffrey Ingersoll has said that the conservative news website has experienced Google search suppression similar to that reported by Breitbart News yesterday. Based on Google’s defense that it manually blacklists “violent extremism,” Ingersoll pointed out: “We are not ISIS.” “Specifically we struggled…

China’s ambassador to Israel found dead in Tel Aviv home

China’s ambassador to Israel found dead in Tel Aviv home

China’s ambassador to Israel, Du Wei, was found dead Sunday morning inside his official residence in north of Tel Aviv, Israel. A spokeswoman for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the Chinese ambassador’s death to CNN. At this time the cause of death is unknown, but is…

‘We have to defend ourselves’: Louisiana gun owners could carry into churches under new bill

‘We have to defend ourselves’: Louisiana gun owners could carry into churches under new bill

A Louisiana House committee Wednesday advanced three “gun rights” bills including one that would allow people to carry guns into churches, regardless of what congregants say, as well as another that would remove a local government’s ability to regulate firearms at playgrounds, public buildings and…

Lawsuits alleging poor medical care for veterans in Maine end in settlements

Lawsuits alleging poor medical care for veterans in Maine end in settlements

The federal government has agreed to pay more than $1 million total to five veterans who alleged mistreatment of foot and ankle problems at the Togus Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Augusta. The legal battle began with the first lawsuit in 2014. The complaints came…