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Corporation Leading The #Resistance Called Trump Supporters ‘Rednecks’

Corporation Leading The #Resistance Called Trump Supporters ‘Rednecks’

By Ted Goodman The founder of Patagonia, the outdoor apparel company that has pledged to lead the resistance against President Donald Trump, called Trump’s voters “rednecks.” “Why should we kowtow to these redneck voters and Republican politicians?” said Yvon Chouinard, Patagonia’s eccentric founder and billionaire environmentalist, according to consultant Steve Everly. “The most you can achieve is […]

‘MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL’: Trump Defends His Use Of Social Media

‘MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL’: Trump Defends His Use Of Social Media

President Donald Trump blasted what he characterized as the “fake and fraudulent news media” Saturday, asserting that his use of social media is not presidential, but “modern day presidential.” The FAKE & FRAUDULENT NEWS MEDIA is working hard to convince Republicans and others I should not use social media – but remember, I won…. – […]

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 […]

Trump Tweets: ‘Cancel Order’ For $4 Billion Air Force One Plane

Trump Tweets: ‘Cancel Order’ For $4 Billion Air Force One Plane

President-elect Donald Trump wants Boeing Co. to stop building the new plane Air Force One, drugs saying that the “costs are out of control” in a tweet Monday morning. Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, health but costs are out of control, store more than $4 billion. Cancel […]

Boeing’s Iran Business: The War Party versus American Jobs

Boeing’s Iran Business: The War Party versus American Jobs

. By Thomas L. Knapp In June, US aerospace company Boeing inked an agreement with Iran Air to produce 109 passenger aircraft. Estimated value: $25 billion. The agreement represents the biggest business interaction between the US and Iran since that country’s 1979 Islamic revolution. On November 17, the US House of Representatives voted 243-174  to […]

Hey, @RealDonaldTrump, Hands Off My Flag

Hey, @RealDonaldTrump, Hands Off My Flag

. By Thomas L. Knapp “Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag,” writes US president-elect Donald Trump in one of his patented incendiary (pun intended) tweets. “[I]f they do, there must be consequences — perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!” You’ve probably heard all the arguments for and against a flag-burning […]

War: The Islamic State and Western Politicians Against the Rest of Us

War: The Islamic State and Western Politicians Against the Rest of Us

By Thomas L. Knapp On July 28, London’s Central Criminal Court of England and Wales, aka “the Old Bailey,” announced the conviction of Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary on charges of “inviting support for a proscribed organization” (the Islamic State). He’ll be sentenced, likely to a long stint in prison, in September. On August 18, social […]

#FreeStacy: Twitter Meets the Sarkeesian Method and the Streisand Effect

#FreeStacy: Twitter Meets the Sarkeesian Method and the Streisand Effect

. . By Thomas L. Knapp I suppose I should be enjoying a bit of a schadenfreude moment: About two years ago, I was banned from commenting on Robert Stacy McCain’s blog, The Other McCain, for offending one of his gatekeepers. Now Stacy’s been banned from Twitter, apparently for offending one of its gatekeepers, professional […]

Sheriff’s Office Offers Free Public Safety Alerts Through NIXLE & Twitter

Sheriff’s Office Offers Free Public Safety Alerts Through NIXLE & Twitter

Should Twitter Banish ISIS Fans, Or Track Them?

Should Twitter Banish ISIS Fans, Or Track Them?

By Ivan Plis . A new study of online support for Islamic State terrorists contains surprising implications for stopping recruitment, online as well as for using social media as an intelligence tool. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ The paper, published by the Brookings Institution on Thursday, tracks tens of thousands of Twitter accounts […]

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