Facebook Folds: Will Now Police Speech After Advertiser Exodus
After holding itself out as a bastion of (semi) free speech, or at least the most hands-off in Silicon Valley, Facebook reversed course on Tuesday amid an advertiser exodus thanks to the Stop Hate for Profit campaign. Read More.
U.S. ‘Looking At’ Banning TikTok and Other Chinese Social Media, Pompeo Says
The United States is “looking at” banning TikTok and other Chinese social media apps, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News’s Laura Ingraham Tuesday. Read More.
New gun owners say they bought firearms because police might not reach them in time
'It’s just like a fire extinguisher in your house,' gun advocate Rev. Kenn Blanchard said. 'You are responsible for your own safety.' Read More.
SCOTUS rules against 'faithless electors' and shift toward nationwide popular-vote system
In a unanimous decision, the Court held that states can bind presidential electors to vote for the state popular-vote winner. Read More.
Facebook Blacklists Laura Loomer’s Campaign Ads
Facebook has reportedly banned all ads on behalf of Laura Loomer, the frontrunner in the GOP primary race for House candidate in Florida’s 21st district. Read More.
Fox Sports Host Marcellus Wiley Argues Passionately Against NBA Painting “Black Lives Matter” On Courts
It was reported earlier this week that the NBA will paint “Black Lives Matter” on its courts when this season resumes. Read More.
Asserting Congress's power of the purse shouldn't be a partisan problem
Over several decades, the House and Senate have ceded growing amounts of power, authority, and flexibility over federal tax and spending matters to the executive branch. Read More.
Here’s What To Expect In 2021: Guns And The Second Amendment
The debate over gun control and the Second Amendment has been a highly contentious one, and the results of the 2020 presidential election could prove to be highly consequential for the gun debate. Read More.
Supreme Court Emerges as Deciding Issue in 2020 Campaign as Several Potential Vacancies Loom
The next POTUS could appoint as many as four Supreme Court Justices in the next four years, making the issue yet again a major deciding factor for voters. Read More.
A Modest Win for the Constitution
By making the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accountable to the president, the Supreme Court has done right — but it could’ve done even better. Read More.
What Are the Mayors Doing?
Mayors and governors all over the nation should be thinking far more seriously about restoring some sense of normalcy to their cities before the cutbacks of policing and social services kick in. Read More.
Social Media Platforms Face A Reckoning Over Hate Speech
Social media companies now face a reckoning over what critics call indefensible excuses for amplifying divisions, hate and misinformation on their platforms. Read More.
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