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  • by Joseph Simonson
    The Washington Post is in turmoil—old editor out, new editor in, and a new publisher under siege from a hostile and beleaguered staff. The post Washington Post Foreign Desk, Accused of Pro-Hamas Bias, Teems with Al Jazeera Veterans appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Jessica Costescu
    MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, awarded a $2 million grant to a Philadelphia-based community fund with ties to the Philly Palestine Coalition, the radical activist group behind the anti-Israel encampment at the University of Pennsylvania. The post MacKenzie Scott Gives Millions to Philly Nonprofit Tied to Anti-Israel Penn Encampment appeared first […]
  • by Anonymous
    I am a Columbia University graduate and longtime donor to the school who has been deeply disturbed by the hatred and bigotry Jewish students have faced on campus. The school's task force on anti-Semitism has documented hundreds of cases, from a professor who allegedly singled out a student with a Jewish-sounding last name, demanding the […]
  • by Edwin Carlson
    Russian president Vladimir Putin arrived in Pyongyang Tuesday for a summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. The post Putin Lands in North Korea for Summit with Kim Jong Un appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Jameson Mitrovich
    A U.S. Secret Service agent was robbed at gunpoint outside Los Angeles on Saturday, the night President Joe Biden was in town for a fundraiser featuring Hollywood celebrities. The post Secret Service Agent Robbed at Gunpoint on Night of Biden's Hollywood Fundraiser appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Chuck Ross
    Sen. Bob Casey has taken more campaign cash from drug and health care companies over the past two elections than any other senator, campaign finance disclosures show. Now, as he approaches a difficult reelection bid, the Pennsylvania Democrat says he's "fighting to rein in health care costs and standing up to Big Pharma." The post Bob […]
  • by Alana Goodman
    A group of women journalists led by the former partner of White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is bestowing a "Courage in Journalism" award on a Hamas supporter who posted anti-Semitic cartoons on social media. The post CNN, NBC Journos To Bestow Award on Hamas Supporter Who Posted Anti-Semitic Cartoons appeared first on Washington Free […]
  • by Andrew Stiles
    Gen Z influencers who enthusiastically supported Joe Biden in 2020 are turning against the president, reports Taylor Lorenz of the Washington Post. The post Taylor Lorenz Explains Why Gen Z TikTok Celebs Ain't Finna Simp for Joe Biden No Mo appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Adam Kredo
    Yale University did not disclose upwards of $15 million in contributions from Qatar—the Middle Eastern nation that provides funding and shelter to Hamas’s top leadership—in violation of federal reporting laws, according to an investigation by a watchdog group. The post Yale Failed To Disclose Millions in Qatari Funding, Flouting Federal Law, Report Says appeared first […]
  • by Tanner Nau
    Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday slammed the Biden administration for withholding munitions from Israel, calling it “inconceivable.” The post WATCH: Netanyahu Slams Biden Admin's 'Inconceivable' Move To Withhold Weapons in Fight Against Hamas appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Andrew Stiles
    Anthony Fauci finally told the truth for once. The so-called doctor, described by some as a "self-obsessed publicity whore," admitted this week that if not for the success of Operation Warp Speed, former president Donald Trump's signature initiative to streamline production of a COVID-19 vaccine, millions of people would be dead. The post Fauci Finally […]
  • by Thomas Catenacci
    The State Department's lead climate office discussed shutting down coal power worldwide with environmental groups, namely the California-based Sierra Club among others, ahead of its decision to join an international anti-coal coalition, according to emails reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon. The post John Kerry's Climate Office Coordinated With Left-Wing Nonprofits Working To Shut Down Coal, […]
  • by Peter Hasson
    "America is the land of opportunity." "I believe the most qualified person should get the job." "America is a melting pot." Those are examples of harmful "microaggressions," according to Columbia professor Derald Wing Sue, lauded by Oregon's state government as a "microaggressions expert." The post Oregon Doctors Could Soon Lose Their Licenses for ‘Microaggressions’ Under […]
  • by Andrew Tobin
    Israelis have remained overwhelmingly uninterested in Saudi or regional normalization if it means trading that normalization for what they consider a premature end to the war that leaves Hamas intact. In a speech late last month, President Joe Biden pitched Saudi normalization as a reason for Israelis to back a plan for a permanent ceasefire […]
  • by Adam Kredo
    A coalition of rabbis is pressuring Democratic Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) to pass three pieces of legislation meant to combat surging anti-Semitism in America, saying the Senate leader must make good on his promises to protect American Jews. The post Rabbis Press Dem Leader Schumer To Pass Bills To Combat Anti-Semitism appeared first […]
  • by Edwin Carlson
    American journalist Evan Gershkovich will face a secret trial in Russia on June 26 after being indicted on charges of espionage on Thursday. The post Russia Sets Hearing for Secret Trial of US Journalist in Trumped-Up Spy Case appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Owen Tilman
    The Israel Defense Forces on Monday said that two of Hamas’s four battalions in Rafah have been destroyed and that Israel is expected to have full control of the city by the end of June, according to a report in the Jerusalem Post.  The post Israel Says It Will Control Rafah Within Two Weeks: Report […]
  • by Jameson Mitrovich
    One of the biggest Democratic powerbrokers in New Jersey was indicted Monday on racketeering charges. The post New Jersey Dem Powerbroker Charged in Bombshell Racketeering Case appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
  • by Alec Schemmel
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) is leaning on the policy expertise of a George Soros-funded nonprofit staffed by self-described communists and anti-Israel radicals in her latest push to crack down on private equity. The post Liz Warren Leans on Watchdog Group Filled With Anti-Israel Marxists To Garner Support for Private Equity Crackdown appeared first on […]
  • by Owen Tilman
    Former president Donald Trump has a commanding 18-point lead over President Joe Biden in Iowa, according to a poll released Monday. The post Shock Poll Shows Trump With Nearly 20-Point Lead in Iowa appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.