Beth Baumann

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial


4 months ago

BLM activists demand 'reparations' via Venmo and Cash App

A number of black Americans are taking to social media to ask white people to send them money via Venmo or the Cash App as a form of "reparations."

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

Image Comics cancels Warren Ellis' new series over allegations of 'abuse,' 'manipulation,' and 'grooming'

Image Comics backtracked an announcement made earlier in the week about a continuation of Warren Ellis' "Fell" series, which were produced in the mid-2000s.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

Biden signs law designating Pulse Nightclub a national memorial

On Friday, President Joe Biden signed into law HR 49, which designates Pulse Nightclub as a national memorial.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

Surfside condo owners file $5 million lawsuit against building association after fatal collapse

On Friday, condo owners at the Champlain Towers building in Surfside, Florida, filed a class action lawsuit over the building's collapse.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

Deadspin 'journalist' smears Marine veteran J.D. Vance in attempt to defend woke Joint Chiefs general

Shortly after Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley defended the military teaching critical race theory, Marine veteran J.D. Vance took to Twitter to air his grievances with Milley's take.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

WATCH: Sesame Street fights anti-Asian bullying with song, segment on 'slanty' eyes

Earlier this week, Sesame Street tackled anti-Asian bullying with the release of a music video called "Proud of Your Eyes," the latest in a series of the educational children's program dubbed, "Coming Together: The ABCs of Racial Literacy."

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

Democrat candidates snub Virginia police union's meeting invitation, break precedent

For the first time since the Virginia Police Benevolent Association's (VAPBA) founding, state Democrat contenders snubbed the police union's candidate forum.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

BREAKING: Judge denies Chauvin's motion for new trial

Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill on Thursday denied former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's request for a new trial in the death of George Floyd.

Beth Baumann
4 months ago

WATCH: Indiana grandmother first to be sentenced in connection with Capitol riot

Anna Morgan-Lloyd, a 49-year-old grandmother from Bloomfield, Ind. pleaded guilty to one count of parading, which is a misdemeanor. She was in jail for two days for this charge.

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