English actor and comedian Russell Brand ripped the corporate media’s collusion with Silicon Valley tech giants as “troubling.”
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Townhall’s Julio Rosas defends the conservative journalists who covered last summer’s violent riots.
The Intercept downplays the violence that destroyed businesses, cities, and ended in riot-related fatalities, but also targets conservative reporters covering the destruction.
Big tech’s election interference to propel Biden in 2020 appears it will pay off, as he considers tech-friendly lawyers to lead the DOJ antitrust division.
Intercept Co-Founder Glenn Greenwald announced his resignation from his own online publication after being censored by editors on an article questioning Joe Biden’s ethics.
Hawkfish, the digital consulting firm which ran Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 presidential bid, is bidding to run the presidential campaign for Joe Biden.
The Times Up Legal Defense Fund is refusing to help one of Joe Biden’s accusers citing its non-profit status and his presidential run.
In a strange new short film, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez narrates from the year 2028 where the Green New Deal has changed everything.
The idea the United States is especially unsafe for Jews in “Trump era” is a myth pushed by the Left for political reasons.
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