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The search engines you’ll need for every type of question

The search engines you’ll need for every type of question

Specific answers for specific needs. Google isn’t the only search engine out there. Photo Mix via Pexels When most of us have a question we want to research online, we run to Google for the answer. But it’s not the only search engine out there.

Why and how we must fight to subdue FacebookGoogleTwitter

Why and how we must fight to subdue FacebookGoogleTwitter

By Oleg Atbashian First Published in FrontPage Mag Just last week I read a story by John Hawkins, How Conservatives Are Being Destroyed by Facebook, Twitter and Google Without Even Realizing It, where the author announced that he’d been forced to shut down his Right Wing News website and explained that in today’s social media environment, a […]

Google-Parent-Company Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt Steps Down From Executive Chairman Role

Google-Parent-Company Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt Steps Down From Executive Chairman Role

by Tyler Durden | December 21, 2017 | Originally published in Zero Hedge  After 17 years in senior leadership at the “Do No Evil” shop, Eric Schmidt is stepping down from his executive chairman role at the internet behemoth…  Alphabet Investor Relations Alphabet Inc. is a holding company that gives ambitious projects the resources, freedom, and focus to make their […]

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Sept. 2-8/Day 226-232) Week 33

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Sept. 2-8/Day 226-232) Week 33

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, Sept. 2 (Day 226): President Trump revisits Texas; helps Houston victims President Donald Trump and his wife Melania spent time meeting with Hurricane Harvey victims at the Houston hurricane relief center on Saturday before serving meals with the Red Cross. “We’re signing a lot of documents now to get money into […]

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: August 19-25/Day 212-218) Week 31

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: August 19-25/Day 212-218) Week 31

By Michael Hernandez Saturday, August 19 (Day 212): Removing monuments is a “totalitarian” move The president of S.T.A.N.D. says the insistence by extremists on the left that monuments to America’s Founding Fathers be removed is a “totalitarian” move.  Bishop E.W. Jackson, who heads an organization that reaches across racial and cultural lines to bring Americans together […]

Net of the Long Knives? Neutrality Advocates Put it in Reverse

Net of the Long Knives? Neutrality Advocates Put it in Reverse

. By Thomas L. Knapp On July 12, a number of prominent companies joined in the “Internet-wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.” Among them were GoDaddy, Namecheap, Google, and CloudFlare. All four companies issued pious statements about the dangerous possibility of Internet Service Providers cutting off access to perfectly legal content. A little […]

Google’s fail and teacher jail: Firing one employee is big news, while not firing hundreds is ignored.

Google’s fail and teacher jail: Firing one employee is big news, while not firing hundreds is ignored.

. By Larry Sand Without going through another weedy analysis of James Damore’s firing from Google – Holman Jenkins, George Leef and Nick Gillespie have done a fine job of that – let’s just say the Silicon Valley engineer was canned for stating what most scientists and sensible people have known ever since Adam and Eve frolicked in Eden – that there […]

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

. By Thomas L. Knapp Former Google engineer James Damore is suddenly between jobs. He’s been fired, Bloomberg reports, for writing “an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies.” Google has long cultivated a reputation for hiring smart people, turning them loose, and listening to them. This firing puts a giant dent in that […]

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: July 29-August 4/Day 191-197) Week 28

The Third 100 Days (Trump Briefs: July 29-August 4/Day 191-197) Week 28

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, July 29 (Day 191): Alaska Senator delays vote on Trump administration nominees The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, led by Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) delayed a vote on six Trump administration nominees, after Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke allegedly told Murkowski her vote against the ObamaCare repeal could steer the […]

One Sustainable Tweet at a Time

One Sustainable Tweet at a Time

 . By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   As an individual who depends on the internet for almost all of my information, there are certain words and expressions that crop up every day. Even casually questioning Google, Facebook, or Twitter about these truths is comparable to committing treason or breaking the unwritten rules of PC etiquette. The leftist […]

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