But Law and Chow only have such a platform because of their previous work in Hong Kong itself. Unknown protesters are unlikely to get such treatment -- and even sympathetic foreign governments and politicians will be cautious of meeting with those who cannot show evidence of any real constituency. … [Read more...] about With arrests and a security law, who is left to fight for democracy in Hong Kong?
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Damore’s lawsuit claims that Google has a problem with conservative white men and works hard to enforce ideological conformity among its employees. Damore provides damning examples of the left-wing bias of Google, including employees openly supporting violence against right-wingers, the company rewarding staffers who publicly condemned Damore’s views and Google promoting ridiculous “diversity” initiatives. (RELATED: Lawsuit Exposes Google’s Rank Internal Bias, Identity Obsession) … [Read more...] about Google Is A Threat To Freedom — Regardless Of What Mike Lee Says
Several players who had decent years in 2020 were non-tendered. They included Minnesota outfielder Eddie Rosario after he posted 2020 stats that were roughly equivalent to his three prior seasons, and former Giant Adam Duvall, whom the Braves non-tendered after he hit 16 homers in 57 games. … [Read more...] about Giants to keep Dickerson, Slater, Solano, but decline to offer contract to lefty Anderson
“You want to pick a couple things your kids are really good at, master those,” USC coach Clay Helton said. “I’ve always thought that if you create confusion, you create hesitation, and hesitation in this game is going to get you beat and get you hurt. So we’ve really taken the opposite approach of really shrinking the bible down and picking a couple of things we can get good at per game and letting our kids play fast.” … [Read more...] about COVID: Pac-12 Football Coaches Keep It Simple Amid Game Cancelations, Disruptions