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Top Misinformation Article Attributed To Chicago Tribune

Top Misinformation Article Attributed To Chicago Tribune

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola According to Facebook’s content transparency report for the first quarter of 2021, released in mid-August 2021, the most popular article shared on the platform between January 2021 and March 2021 was about a 56-year-old Miami, Florida, obstetrician who died two weeks after his first Pfizer injection.1 The story initially ran in […]

How The Government May Accuse You Of Domestic Terrorism

How The Government May Accuse You Of Domestic Terrorism

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola In June 2021, the U.S. National Security Council released a new “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism.”1 While it’s being largely framed as a tool to fight White supremacy and political extremism, the definition of what constitutes a “domestic terrorist” is incredibly vague and based on ideologies. In a podcast with one […]

Social Media: Ignorance Is A Peace Plan, Not An Excuse

Social Media: Ignorance Is A Peace Plan, Not An Excuse

By Thomas L. Knapp “I Stand By My Tweet,” Erick Erickson thunders, trying to seize some moral high ground from the bully pulpit of his SubStack presence, “Confessions of a Political Junkie.” “While leftwing progressives accuse Trump, Trump supporters, Tucker Carlson, and anyone they dislike of authoritarianism, fascism, totalitarianism, and a host of other -isms, […]

Ex-Congressman Warns ‘Robber Barons’ Want Control Of’ Marketplace Of Ideas’

Ex-Congressman Warns ‘Robber Barons’ Want Control Of’ Marketplace Of Ideas’

By Bob Unruh Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich. (Photo: Twitter) A former member of Congress is issuing a warning that social media censorship cannot be allowed to continue, or else the ideas of freedom of expression and freedom of speech will be lost. “We must not accept the new intolerance of corporate progressives,” Pete Hoekstra said […]

It’s Time To Take Away Government’s Social Media Privileges

It’s Time To Take Away Government’s Social Media Privileges

By Thomas L. Knapp “Modern technology companies have enabled misinformation to poison our information environment with little accountability to their users, US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said at a White House press briefing on July 15. “They’ve allowed people who intentionally spread misinformation — what we call ‘disinformation’ — to have extraordinary reach.” In follow-up […]

Team Biden, Twitter, Padilla Get Sued!

Team Biden, Twitter, Padilla Get Sued!

Editorial By Dan Reynolds Los Angeles –”The Center for American Liberty (@Liberty_Ctr) in conjunction with the Dhillon Law Group, Inc. (@dhillonlaw) and on behalf of the client Rogan O’Handley, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit yesterday against former California Secretary of State and now U.S. Senator Alex Padilla, current CA SoS Shirley Weber, Twitter, Team […]

Army drops plan to punish chaplain for supporting Army policies

Army drops plan to punish chaplain for supporting Army policies

 By Bob Unruh – WND News Center The U.S. Army has decided not to punish a military chaplain who posted social media statements in support of the Army’s policy and practice, as it had threatened, according to lawyers for the chaplain. The odd circumstances came about because Chaplain Andrew Calvert posted his comments in opposition to transgenders […]

Getting Frank: Mike Lindell’s new social-media site debuts this week

Getting Frank: Mike Lindell’s new social-media site debuts this week

By Joe Kovacs   WND News Center ‘Americans are craving news and information that is not filtered’ PALM BEACH, Florida – Mike Lindell’s new social-media site called “Frank” is set to debut this week, according to the inventor of MyPillow and supporter of former President Donald Trump. Last Tuesday, Lindell said on Gab, another free-speech site: “Coming next […]

Clarence Thomas: Supreme Court Will Soon Have to Address TechCensorship

Clarence Thomas: Supreme Court Will Soon Have to Address TechCensorship

  Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas today outlined a detailed legal argument for why social media companies might need to be subject to strict rules forbidding them from denying service to users for any reason or no reason, including the possibility of designating them as common carriers — which would effectively eliminate their ability to […]

Sharyl Attkisson: Special Interests Behind ‘Dangerous’ Social Media Fact Checks

Sharyl Attkisson: Special Interests Behind ‘Dangerous’ Social Media Fact Checks

BY JANITA KAN AND JAN JEKIELEK Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson said fact checks and information curation by big tech companies are “dangerous” as they are part of broader efforts by special interest groups to control and censor information that people see. Attkisson argued these special interest groups traditionally employed the news as their vehicle to present their information […]

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