The ‘techlash’ is finally more than just strongly worded letters, pointed questions with little follow-through, or made-for-YouTube chest-thumping at congressional hearings.
By the mob’s rationale for why people should be canceled for making mistakes in the public square, shouldn’t Hunter Biden be the next target?
When Big Tech and corporate media collude together to sell you propaganda instead of news, you shouldn’t be surprised — but you should be concerned.
While a top-Biden nominee calls for a $15 minimum wage on a federal basis, he does not call to pay students at his college the same rate.
You don’t get your thoughts in a vacuum. You have to be able to freely associate with others who speak freely in order to develop thoughts, and even to develop the ability to think on your own.
Amazon’s merger with MGM may not run afoul of our nation’s current antitrust regime, but it is a question for our politics, and our policymakers, whether it should.
Sen. Josh Hawley continues his crusade against Big Tech’s unchecked power, critiquing two recent power grabs by Jeff Bezos and Amazon.
Union leaders bet that they could convince workers it was in their best interests to be enrolled in a union that would stand up to management. They lost.
It’s long past time our elected politicians use the powers they have to protect their constituents from the powerful and wealthy private interests who have so casually set us in their sights.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas offered a roadmap to eliminating rampant social media censorship from online monopolies on Monday.
While Twitter trolls ridicule Republicans for coining ‘corporate communism,’ state actors are letting companies decide the limits of your freedom through vaccine passports.
Amazon uses leftist politicking to provide damage control for its clear pattern of dangerous and derogatory working conditions in its facilities all around the world.
“This whole thing is ultimately a cover for vetoing on behalf of Amazon and the Chamber,” Jon Schweppe explained on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Girls in South Dakota may have to wait for a leader who will resist woke corporate power, but all GOP politicians should learn from Gov. Kristi Noem’s failure.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai are expected to answer questions on censorship practices.
Given the reality of the NCAA’s policy, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s proffered explanation for excluding women collegiate athletes from the protections of H.B. 1217 is beyond misleading.
Called out on her false reporting, Boorstein engaged in a lengthy back-and-forth with critics—including Anderson—but refused to concede any misrepresentation of the quote.
The congressmen demand Jeff Bezos produce documents and communications pertaining to Amazon’s censorship decisions by March 25.
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