Leonardo Briceno

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial


19 hours ago

Florida Holocaust centre hosts George Floyd exhibit, sparking outrage

The exhibit at The Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center in Maitland, Fla., features a series of photographs taken by John Nolter, and depict the places and people surrounding Floyd's death.

Leonardo Briceno
19 hours ago

BLM demands that Biden support 'roadmap for prison abolition'

The political activist group Black Lives Matter (BLM) is pressuring the Democratic party to back the BREATH Act, which contains "a roadmap for prison abolition."

Leonardo Briceno
3 days ago

Restrictive German 'Infection Law' results in mass protests and arrests

The addition of the newly-passed law will create broad wiggle room for the government to take the actions against the public to protect the public if needed.

Leonardo Briceno
4 days ago

Human gene introduced into monkey fetus leads to bigger brain

A human gene introduced into a monkey’s fetus resulted in the development of a larger, more complex brain.

Leonardo Briceno
4 days ago

Minors in juvenile detention not allowed to be seen or heard by teachers on remote learning calls

Teachers will be unable to hear or see their students in a virtual environment, making a chat box the only means by which students could participate in class.

Leonardo Briceno
5 days ago

Sen. Cotton rails against The New York Times' for calling Thanksgiving nothing more than a myth

"Maybe the politically correct editors of the debunked 1619 Project are now responsible for pumpkin pie recipes at the Times as well," Cotton said.

Leonardo Briceno
5 days ago

Eliminating student debt gives upper class students an unfair advantage

What appears to be a loan forgiveness program is actually a massive boon to the middle and upper class families that took out loans willingly and now will not be obligated to pay them back.

Leonardo Briceno
6 days ago

COVID-19 vaccine 95% successful—could shortly be available for emergency use

Pfizer and BioNTech have developed and recently tested BNT162b2—a COVID-19 vaccine which has been found to be over 95 percent successful in preventing the virus through multiple trials.

Leonardo Briceno
7 days ago

Women's March calls for Twitter to ban Trump's tweets

Rachel Carmona, executive director of the Women's March, claims Trump's tweets are obstructing a transition of power, and she wants them unviewable to the public.

Leonardo Briceno
8 days ago

Michigan GOP calls for Gov. Whitmer's impeachment over new lockdowns

Michigan House Representative Matt Maddock called for the impeachment of Governor Gretchen Whitmer after she announced sweeping new stay-at-home orders.

Leonardo Briceno
8 days ago

China excludes US from broad coalition of trading partners

For China, the United States is a primary economic rival, and the RCEP is an opportunity to gain the upper hand in its two-year American trading conflict.

Leonardo Briceno
8 days ago

SpaceX sends first of six crewed missions to the International Space Station

For the first time in world history, a privately-owned company has been contracted by the United States government to take its astronauts into space.

Leonardo Briceno
11 days ago

China threatens action against US support of Taiwan, congratulates Biden on win

Pompeo affirmed the sovereignty of Taiwan apart from mainland China. Beijing threatened to take action and also congratulated Joe Biden on his presumed win.

Leonardo Briceno
12 days ago

Deutsche Bank proposes stay-at-home tax on remote workers

The tax is meant to offset the "privilege" of those who work from home, and redistribute those funds to workers who find themselves less-favorably situated.

Leonardo Briceno
12 days ago

De Blasio to send mental health professionals on NYC 911 calls

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a pilot program that would send counseling professionals to respond to 911-calls that are associated with mental health emergencies—instead of police officers.

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