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Alabama Accuser Deletes Anti-Moore Postings from Facebook, Rants About Removing Trump from Office

Alabama Accuser Deletes Anti-Moore Postings from Facebook, Rants About Removing Trump from Office

  by AARON KLEIN | 10 Nov 2017 | Breitbart News   . BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — A woman who alleges that she engaged in a legal and consensual but inappropriate relationship with Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore has deleted multiple political postings from her Facebook page. Some of those postings by Deborah Wesson Gibson were critical of Moore […]

Twitter versus RT: Which One is State Media Again?

Twitter versus RT: Which One is State Media Again?

. by Thomas L. Knapp America’s New Red Scare escalated in mid-October as the US Department of Justice demanded that the US division of television network RT (formerly known as Russia Today) register as a “foreign agent” under the aptly named Foreign Agents Registration Act. The obvious purpose of DoJ’s demand is to keep the […]

Simi Valley: Craigslist is not so profitable for one drug dealer

Simi Valley: Craigslist is not so profitable for one drug dealer

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On Wednesday October 17, 2017 the Simi Valley Police Departments Narcotics unit conducted an undercover sting on a suspected drug dealer within the city of Simi Valley. This dealer was utilizing a popular social media / vending site to distribute his drugs. Jorge Castillo (48 yrs) was utilizing […]

Social Media: When Does “Actively Working With the Government” Become Censorship?

Social Media: When Does “Actively Working With the Government” Become Censorship?

  by Thomas L. Knapp In a September 21 post, Mark Zuckerberg shared nine steps the  site he started is taking “to protect election integrity and make sure that Facebook is a force for good in democracy,” by “actively working with the government” and “partnering with public authorities.” The day before that, the United Kingdom’s […]

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 […]

T.O. 14 Year Old lured by Social Media: Extradition of Sex Assault Suspect from El Paso Texas

T.O. 14 Year Old lured by Social Media: Extradition of Sex Assault Suspect from El Paso Texas

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release In December of 2016, a deputy assigned to the Thousand Oaks Police Department responded to a call for service where the victim’s mother had discovered her 14 year old daughter had been communicating with a 27 year old adult male. The victim’s mother also discovered the adult  male had driven […]

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

By George Miller and Debra Tash “No net bias in the news,” half of the public gets news from social media,  said keynote speaker Pepperdine University partnered with the Ronald Reagan and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidential Libraries to present what was billed as a Media Literacy Forum: “Truth and the News.”  The event kicked off […]

Ventura County Sheriff: Reports of Child/Adult attempted kidnapping on Social Media are Untrue

Ventura County Sheriff: Reports of Child/Adult attempted kidnapping on Social Media are Untrue

Recently concerned citizen groups have contacted the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office regarding reports of attempted child abductions. These groups became concerned after finding rumors circulated via several different social media outlets. Many of the rumors have the same general theme: while the “victim” was shopping at a nationwide retail store, suspicious men followed the “victim” […]

Trumping the media

Trumping the media

. By Scot Faulkner The President-Elect upends a news media that’s still in denial about its vanished world President-Elect Donald Trump’s first news conference since the November election vividly displayed how he has turned the media world upside down. His unprecedented campaign and transition points to an administration committed to solidifying a media revolution that […]

Rick Najera to Host Latino Thought Makers’ All-Star Social Media Panel at Oxnard College April 13th

Rick Najera to Host Latino Thought Makers’  All-Star Social Media Panel at  Oxnard College April 13th
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