Eviction Ban Extended, But It Could Hurt Renters Forever
The federal government has instituted eviction moratoriums throughout the pandemic, which were meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by allowing people who couldn’t afford to pay rent to stay in their homes. Ending them will have consequences for some renters, but keeping them has had consequences for landlords, as well as the rest of the economy. Watch this episode of America Uncovered to find out the latest on eviction moratoriums, who they’re affecting, and what the courts have said about them.
How Corrupt are the Olympics?
Are corruption and the Olympics inextricably linked? You might think so after all the bribery and doping scandals associated with it. It's also welcomed authoritarian countries like China and Kazakhstan with open arms. Hey, someone has to host the games, right? And with western and democratic cities and countries staying away, well, you get what you can take.
We Got CENSORED for Joking About the Vaccine Rollout
If you think you're getting uncensored information on YouTube, you're not. One of our videos where we talked, among other things, about the coronavirus vaccine rollout was completely removed—not just de-monitized or covered in warning labels—and we were never told why. Fortunately, we got it restored, but it shows the opaque and seemingly arbitrary decision-making process about which content is censored on the platform. Watch this episode of American Uncovered to find out what we think led to this, how it was restored, and what politics could have to do with it.
Should the US End the Cuba Embargo?
Widespread U.S. sanctions on Cuba, better known as the embargo, have come into the limelight since protests broke out in the island nation on July 11. Protesters want the Cuban regime to step down due to poor management of the economy, the coronavirus and its decades-long repression of the Cuban people. The Cuban regime has responded by suppressing the protests, cutting the internet, and blaming the U.S. embargo for all of Cuba's problems. So what does the embargo do? And is it worth keeping? We look at that and more in this episode of America Uncovered.
MASSIVE Global Protests Against Covid Restrictions
Protests against policies related to the coronavirus pandemic are happening all over the world, and for all different reasons. It turns out that it's not just Americans who like their freedom! Some say these protests are counterproductive, while others see it as their last resort.
Texas BANS Teaching about Slavery and MLK | Wait… Is That True?
The state of Texas has banned teaching about slavery in schools…wait, is that true? In this episode of America Uncovered, we look at how a bill in Texas is being portrayed in the media, what’s actually in the bill, and why certain things in the bill were removed.
Are Toys Teaching Critical Race Theory?
According to whistleblower David Johnson from Hasbro, interviewed by Project Veritas, Hasbro is teaching children Critical Race Theory through toys! Another billionaire has launched himself into space. Jeff Bezos took an 11-minute suborbital flight aboard a space capsule, and his workers were finally able to take a 10-minute break from work. Texas Democrats who left Texas to prevent the legislature from voting on a bill weren't very welcome in Washington. And at least 6 of them contracted the coronavirus. Watch this episode of America Uncovered for that and more of this week's headlines.
Can Biden FORCE Big Tech to Censor Americans?
The Biden administration is concerned about misinformation related to the coronavirus being spread on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. The White House has taken actions to stop certain things from being said on those platforms, but where is the line between big government censorship and a concerned government that's only trying to protect the public? Watch this episode of America Uncovered to find out.
Are the Cuban Protests America’s Fault?
Cuba has seen widespread protests in recent weeks, the likes of which haven’t been seen in over 20 years. The Cuban government is blaming the unrest on the United States, and some U.S. lawmakers have called for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba. Is the U.S. just a scapegoat for the Cuban government's problems, or is there actually some merit to its claims? Watch this episode of America Uncovered to find out.
How Dangerous Is the Coronavirus Delta Variant?
The Delta coronavirus variant, which crippled India, has spread to many parts of the world, including the U.S. It’s more contagious than the alpha variant, which is what spread in the U.S. initially. But so far it doesn’t seem to be more dangerous. On this episode of American Uncovered, we explore who is most at risk, how much protection vaccines offer, and what else we know about it so far.
Massive Protests In Cuba | Texas Democrats Flee The State
In today's headlines, the protests in Cuba are getting intense, the United States warns U.S. companies about doing business in China, Texas Democrats go MIA to suppress a voting rights bill, and wildfires sweep across the West coast.
The War Over Critical Race Theory
Critical Race Theory has become the new front in the culture wars. Both proponents and opponents of it seem to have the same goal—to stamp out racism in the U.S. So why is it so divisive? Part of the answer lies in how people are defining CRT.