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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.
Bleacher Report
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.
The Diplomat
· 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.
The Atlantic
· 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.
Washington Post
· 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.