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What's The Holdup? Ban China's TikTok App

Our friend Rachel Bovard recently gave us a heads-up that, while American policymakers are aware of the security issues related to Chinese Communist social media apps, such as TikTok, the United States is dithering while India has already acted to ban dozens of Chinese mobile apps over concerns the apps "are beholden to the [Chinese Communist Party] under Chinese law" and "extensions of the Chinese state."

In Hong Kong, It’s Now Us Vs. The Chinese

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Some questions before we declare our solidarity with the protesters engaging the Hong Kong police. If the police crush them, or if China’s army moves in and crushes the demonstrators whose hopes were raised by America’s declared solidarity, then what are we prepared to do to save them and their cause? Are we willing to impose sanctions on Beijing, such as we have on Venezuela, Iran and Russia? Some of us yet recall how the Voice of America broadcast to the Hungarian rebels of 1956 that if they rose up and threw the Russians out, we would be at their side. The Hungarians rose up. We did nothing. And one of the great bloodbaths of the Cold War ensued. Are we telling the protesters of Hong Kong, “We’ve got your back!” when we really don’t?

Live Action Proves Facebook Censorship Of Pro-Lifers

Not only did Facebook fail to get disinterested perspectives, they appear to have gone out of their way to find pro-abortion activists whose public opposition to pro-life views is indisputable. This is clear evidence of bias and discrimination against Live Action's over three million strong Facebook community members and an outrageous act of censorship on the part of Facebook.

Silicon Valley’s Corporate Totalitarianism Growing

The most disturbing attribute of a corporate social credit system is not that it’s invasive, but that it’s extralegal. Crimes are punished outside the legal system, which means no presumption of innocence, no legal representation, no judge, no jury, and often no appeal says tech and society commentator Mike Elgan.

McAuliffe’s GreenTech China $$ Link

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

The Virginia Democratic candidate’s company was fueled by Chinese money until it was cut off.

Pardon Us Mr. McAuliffe: Scandals Engulfing Virginia's Dem Candidate For Governor

The same Anthony Rodham, brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who helped broker a Clinton presidential pardon for one Vonna Jo Gregory, and her husband, Edgar Gregory, Jr. and who in return received $107,000 in "loans" from their company has turned up as the CEO of Terry McAuliffe's troubled Gulf Coast Funds Management now being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.