Maybe Big Tech’s censorship campaign with the White House will make David French realize tech giants aren’t going to stay in their private-company lane.
Why would people believe so-called misinformation? It’s a pivotal question, and the left can’t bring themselves to answer it because it damns them.
It’s easy to spot who scares the corporate media most. Just look at who they are piling on to destroy.
A federal judge pushed back on the CDC’s COVID power grab on Friday in a lawsuit challenging the agency’s mandate that cruise passengers be vaccinated.
For years, tech companies have relied on rich lobbying budgets and networks of policy groups to shield them from any consequences. That time is over.
Quisha King is not going to sit by and allow her children to be indoctrinated into the racist lies of critical race theory without putting up a fight.
In the last two decades, the online site has morphed into a massive propaganda machine that is boosted and employed by powerful global corporations to censor and suppress dissenters.
YouTube’s position is that content on the site must parrot whatever comes from its narrow set of authorities, even though their positions change frequently and dramatically.
Florida’s decision comes a month after Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed to take action against critical race theory.
Greg Abbott pledged that businesses operating in Texas will be banned from requiring vaccine passports, including cruise lines.
Former President Donald Trump said in a speech that he has no plans to return to Facebook after the company banned him and other conservatives.
Other industries have been allowed to open with no such vaccine mandate from the CDC, and the state of Florida wants the same standards applied to cruises.
To those residing in metropolitan riot-torn areas, a plastic blue covering with earloops has cemented itself as a symbol of political virtue.
Few events have accelerated Western institutional decay as the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s been Dr. Anthony Fauci’s foot on the gas.
The Times published a false story accusing Republican-led states of preventing teachers from teaching ‘the role of slavery and pervasive effects of racism’ in schools.
“Deleting deaths was never something I was asked to do,” Jones wrote in a since-deleted post captured and published in National Review.
Instead of keeping the spotlight on Donald Trump, those who genuinely want a post-Trump GOP should focus on developing better options politically as well as in personality and policy.
For Norwegian Cruise Line to boycott Florida ports would be an even riskier gamble than those made in cruise ship casinos.
These kinds of things aren’t one-offs, they’re how corporate media and the Democratic Party work in tandem to defeat their conservative opponents.