Team Obama’s deputy campaign manager directed her 34,197 Twitter followers Friday to a “Must read” article published by a Chinese propaganda outlet.
HuffPost Live, a new online-only video service being launched next month by the left-wing Huffington Post, has announced the hiring of Alyona Minkovski as a “host/producer.”
A U.N.-supported puppet show encourages Palestinian children to ditch cigarettes and instead take up machine guns against Israel, as video footage shows.
Rep. Joe Walsh (R., Ill.) is calling on Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis to explain why the department posted a series of overtly political posters throughout the building.
Signs posted in at least 20 Department of Labor elevators depict Secretary Hilda Solis carrying a bullhorn and rallying alongside the Rev. Al Sharpton, the Free Beacon has learned. Next to the pictures is a quote from Solis that reads in part: “We all march in our own way.”
A Virginia middle school teacher forced his students to dig up dirt on GOP presidential candidates and forward their information to the Obama campaign.
An advertising partnership between the Washington Post and a Chinese government propaganda outlet is raising questions about the propriety—and legality—of an American news outlet publishing foreign propaganda under its masthead. At issue is the Post’s China Watch publication, a print and online advertising supplement that purports to deliver the news about China. The site hosts numerous articles and feature pieces that portray the Chinese government—particularly its human rights record—in a glowing light.
Russian attacks on the U.S. government reached a new low recently when an unidentified pro-government cohort launched an Internet smear campaign meant to paint the incoming U.S. ambassador as a murderous pedophile. The target of these attacks is Michael McFaul, who was recently appointed by the Obama administration as the new U.S. ambassador to Russia.
China’s intelligence services are using a private exchange program for retired U.S. and Chinese generals to influence the U.S. government and downplay Beijing’s large-scale military buildup, according to a congressional report.