What country are we living in? Are we really prepared to allow the executive branch of the federal government to run roughshod over the other two branches as well as all the states?
The last thing struggling Americans need is anything that makes life more inconvenient or expensive. These proposals are unfair and counterproductive.
A Big Tech-led group is using its power to broaden its shared censorship database to curb ‘extremist content’ and collect video and images deemed white supremacist.
Rather than dismissing billionaires’ space adventures, we should celebrate their risk-taking endeavors and be inspired to take risks in our lives.
Starbucks cups, bottled water, leases, rental units: All these things are disposable, and that’s the new capitalist way. It’s the new consumerist way: own nothing and conserve nothing.
If Congressional Republicans want to fight Big Tech, they need to stop taking tens of thousands of dollars from Big Tech.
If the left is willing to threaten a boycott against companies deemed evil over politics, will the right sit back and mumble about free markets or build their own?
Last week, Politico’s popular “Playbook” newsletter produced a particularly telling example of Beltway subterfuge.
Amazon provided 500-600 copies of critical race theory activist Ibram X. Kendi’s book to Arlington Public Schools.
Two top House Republicans among big tech’s thorniest adversaries in Washington remain starkly divided on the right approach to rein in Silicon Valley.
Demand for heterodox thought and charged debate is increasing as monopolists like Bezos try to bring the public discourse under their control.
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.
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