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The New York Times
· In Poland, the Rainbow Flag Is Wrapped Up in a Broader Culture War →
And while there was speculation that the government would soften its rhetoric after Mr. Duda won re-election last month, that has not happened.
· Polish LGBTQ people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile →
As Duda faced a tough electoral challenge from Warsaw Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski, the rhetoric grew harsher.
· How inequality is changing the Republican Party — and breaking American politics →
Conversely, the Republican figures most committed to plutocracy — like Ryan or the Koch Brothers or the Chamber of Commerce — tend to back immigration reform, recoil from ethnonationalist rhetoric, and in 2016, they opposed Trump in favor of Jeb Bush and Chris Christie and Marco Rubio.
· Who Are the Greatest Mic Workers in WWE, WCW History? →
The Chicago native was an engaging and compelling promo who could legitimately infuriate an entire arena full of fans with his anti-drug rhetoric as the leader of The Straight Edge Society or motivate them with a fiery babyface promo.
· Brexit will re-draw the political map of Europe – and EU has no-one to blame but itself →
There is a gaping chasm between parties and pressure groups who have simply lost patience with Brussels and their more deeply sinister counterparts who use anti-EU rhetoric as a respectable cover to hide their racist, homophobic and politically hideous agendas.
· Blocking TikTok Opens a Can of Worms for Facebook, Google →
While it’s tempting to label President Donald Trump’s actions around TikTok a “shakedown,” his administration hasn’t been uniquely hostile to foreign investment, despite a barrage of hot rhetoric and high-profile cases around Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp.
· A Very British Dodge on Huawei →
However, it remains to be seen, particularly in light of the Trump administration’s increasingly bellicose rhetoric against China, whether Washington will continue tolerating this rather superficial alignment.
· I’ve Witnessed the Decline of the Republican Party →
Beginning with Barry Goldwater’s 1964 candidacy and Richard Nixon’s 1968 “law and order” campaign, some Republican politicians ran for office using rhetoric that, at best, cynically inflamed racial divisions.
· Richard Nixon bears responsibility for the pandemic’s child-care crisis →
This two-tiered approach was further entrenched as Ronald Reagan’s rhetoric about the social safety net writ large gained credence.
The New Republic
· Climate “Realism” Is the New Climate Denial →
By associating themselves with the term “realist,” those employing this rhetoric reiterate a longstanding principle of climate change denial: that those who warn about the catastrophic impacts of the climate emergency are out of touch with reality, “alarmists” who want us to “panic” rather than “think,” as 19-year-old German YouTuber and prominent climate skeptic Naomi Seibt has put it.