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John Hayward

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I'm a conservative because there is so much about the American tradition that is worth conserving. I worry that people aren't as frightened of authoritarians and totalitarians as they should be. Freedom and capitalism are inseparable, because without capitalism, freedom just means shouting your opinion and hoping somebody important is listening.

National security, technology, global political and economic strategy

Associate in Arts, Edison Community College, 1986

Hayward has been a writer for Breitbart News Network since 2013. Prior to that, he worked for two decades in computers and business consulting before becoming an amateur blogger under the pseudonym "Doctor Zero" for Hot Air. As he developed a large following, he also received criticism for being an anonymous voice, so he decided to reveal his full name and go public. Shortly thereafter, he began doing radio interviews across the country for his writing and was contacted by Human Events in Washington, D.C. to become a full-time professional columnist.

Management at Breitbart News noticed his work and invited him to join Breitbart.com. Hayward jumped at the opportunity to "join a platform with so much reach, to be a part of something so huge."

Hayward's work has been cited by radio and television outlets from Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin to Fox News. His essays have been incorporated into several high school and college textbooks, and he gives occasional lectures on media analysis and writing online. He frequently guest-hosts Breitbart News Tonight on SiriusXM channel 125, the Patriot Channel.

Articles by John Hayward

China’s Huawei Debuts Tech Academies in Africa

Chinese tech giant Huawei on Monday announced partnerships with the University of Rwanda and Rwanda Polytechnic, officially rebranding both schools as Huawei Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Academies.

Rwanda President H.E. Paul Kagame, Huawei Chairwoman Ms. Sun Yafang and ITU Secretary General Mr. Zhao Houlin Witnessed the Signing of MOU between Rwanda Government and Huawei

India’s PM Narendra Modi Wants $1 Trillion to Reduce Pollution

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland on Monday that his country will target “net zero” carbon emissions by the year 2070. However, Modi said this goal was only attainable if wealthy countries contributed at least a trillion dollars toward international climate change programs.

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks at the World Leaders' Summit "Accelerating Clean Technology Innovation and Deployment" session at the COP26 Climate Conference at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow, Scotland on November 2, 2021. - More than 80 countries have signed up to a US and EU pledge to …

NBA’s Enes Kanter to ‘Cultish’ Chinese Communist Party: ‘Hong Kong Will Be FREE!”

Basketball player Enes Kanter of the Boston Celtics, an outspoken critic of the Chinese government for its oppression of the Uyghur Muslims, on Tuesday called Chinese leader Xi Jinping a “ruthless dictator,” referred to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as a cult, and declared that Hong Kong will someday be “free” despite China’s efforts to crush democracy on the island.

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Indian Minister Threatens to Bomb Taliban

Indian official Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister for the state of Uttar Pradesh, warned on Monday that India would launch airstrikes against the Taliban if it makes a move against Indian territory.

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Report: Canadian Grocery Stores Sold Tomato Products Linked to Forced Labor in China

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the UK Guardian, and a non-profit group called the Investigative Reporting Project Italy published a joint investigation on Friday that found several large grocery store chains have been selling tomato products allegedly made with forced labor from the Uyghur Muslims of Xinjiang province. 

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China Replaces Humans with V.R. Puppets on Reality TV Show

China’s state-owned Jiangsu Satellite TV has a new talent competition called “2060” in which the competitors are computer-generated avatars controlled by virtual-reality (VR) headsets. The producers hope the show is successful enough to buy VR gear for all 200 members of the live audience, so they can experience the entire performance in virtual reality.

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India Test-Launches Nuclear-Capable Missile amid Tensions with China

India on Wednesday conducted a test launch of its Agni-5 missile, a nuclear-capable weapon whose 3,125-mile range is sufficient to hit any potential target in China. According to the Indian government, the test missile landed with a “very high degree of accuracy” in the Bay of Bengal.

India's long range Agni-5 ballistic missile, seen as part of a 65th Republic Day parade in New Delhi on Jan. 26, 2013.

Brazil’s Biggest Newspaper: Ban Bolsonaro from Social Media

Globo, the biggest news outlet in Brazil, published an op-ed on Wednesday calling for America’s Big Tech platforms to ban President Jair Bolsonaro from social media, much as they banned Donald Trump when he was the sitting president of the United States.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro arrives for the G20 of World Leaders Summit on October 30, 2021 at the convention center "La Nuvola" in the EUR district of Rome. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)

China: ‘Dune’ Cannot Compete with Communist Propaganda Movies

Chinese state media took another box-office victory lap on Monday, crowing that America’s current top film Dune cannot compete against the state-funded, state-pushed Korean War propaganda film The Battle at Lake Changjin at the Chinese box office.

WUHAN, CHINA - OCTOBER 2: (CHINA OUT) Cinema employees sell Haagen-Dazs ice cream as the movie poster of “The Battle At Lake Changjin" is seen in a cinema on October 2, 2021 in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. In three days after its release, the film grossed more than 1 billion …

Russian Schools Test Facial Recognition Technology

Russian state media reported on Tuesday that dozens of Russian schools have deployed advanced biometric security systems, including facial and silhouette recognition technology, to prevent people “wanted by the authorities or potentially dangerous” from entering school grounds.

Nikolai Grunin, an employee at NtechLab, the company that won the city's tender to supply the facial recognition technology, demonstrates the technology during an interview with AFP on February 5, 2020. - A vast and contentious network of facial-recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role …

Huawei Gives CFO a Hero’s Welcome After Biden Allows Release

Huawei Chief Financial Officer and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) royalty Meng Wanzhou received a hero’s welcome when returning to company headquarters in Shenzhen, China, on Monday, a month after U.S. prosecutors made a deal to drop fraud and sanctions-evasion charges against her. 

This screen grab made from video released on September 25, 2021 by Chinese state broadcaster CCTV shows people shouting and waving Chinese national flags after Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou arrived following her release, in Shenzhen in China's southern Guangdong province. (CCTV/AFP via Getty Images)

Turkish Lira Hits Record Low After Erdogan Seeks Mass Expulsion of Western Envoys

The Turkish lira fell 1.6  percent to a record low against the dollar on Monday, causing fresh anxiety for nervous investors. The Turkish currency hit a few record lows last week, but plunged again to an all-time rock bottom after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared his intention to expel the ambassadors of the United States, France, Germany, and seven other Western nations.

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Russia Demands International Aid for the Taliban

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov demanded “effective financial humanitarian support” from the international community for the brutal Taliban regime in remarks on Wednesday.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov addresses members of the US, Chinese, Afghan and Taliban delegations at the beginning of an international conference on Afghanistan over the peaceful solution to the conflict in Moscow on March 18, 2021. (Photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko / POOL / AFP) (Photo by ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO/POOL/AFP via …

Myanmar Junta Snubbed by ASEAN, Political Prisoners Freed

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) announced over the weekend that General Min Aung Hlaing, leader of the military junta in Myanmar, will not be invited to the association’s October 26-28 summit. The unprecedented snub of Gen. Hlaing was welcomed by the Burmese opposition, which asked ASEAN to go even further and invite a representative from the civilian shadow government.

TOPSHOT - Myanmar's Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the Myanmar armed forces, arrives to pay his respects to Myanmar independence hero General Aung San and eight others assassinated in 1947, during a ceremony to mark the 71th anniversary of Martyrs' Day in Yangon on July 19, 2018. …

Chinese Film About Defeating America in Korean War Tops Global Box Office

According to box-office data compiled by a Chinese-owned tracking service, the Number One movie worldwide this week is The Battle at Lake Changjin, a three-hour-long epic about Chinese forces defeating American troops in the Korean War that was partly funded by the Chinese Communist government.

A woman walks past a movie promotion poster or "The Battle of Lake Changjin" at a mall in Beijing on October 11, 2021. (Photo by Noel Celis / AFP) (Photo by NOEL CELIS/AFP via Getty Images)