Big Tech and The Media

"These companies-that assume the right to decide what you and I can know, read and say-are nowhere near up for the job," Murray said. "My own view is that actually nobody could be, but they are especially unqualified; they talk about free speech as if nobody thought about it until a seminar they had some time last semester."

Who in hell are Zuckerberg and Dorsey to trash the credo to liberty expressed by Justice Brandeis in Whitney v. California? Who in hell are Zuckerberg and Dorsey to trash our "profound national commitment" to speech that "may well include vehement, caustic and sometimes unpleasantly sharp attacks" on Democrats? And they dare claim that Republicans...

To say the media have a double-standard in how they treat conservatives and progressives is akin to saying the Third Reich treated Jews and Aryans unequally. Nowhere is this more obvious more frequently than on the giant social media cesspool called Twitter. Conservatives get banned for questioning election results or vaccination mandates, whereas...

Censorship has always been used by the rich and powerful to protect their own. So perhaps it's not surprising that Big Tech has gone all in to spare the blushes of the multimillionaire co-founder of Black Lives Matter. What is now undeniable is that the tech giants are engaging in political censorship. They are not defending privacy, or challenging...

The mainstream media is slowly catching on to the "Open Borders, Inc." racket. Just this week, NBC News reported that smugglers are using Facebook to advertise their services in violation of Facebook's policy ban on human exploitation and trafficking. Maybe if the bleeding-heart libs in the Fourth Estate hadn't been so busy carrying water for...

After the segment aired, video of the full exchange emerged. What it showed was DeSantis explaining the negotiations that occurred between his office and the Democratic-led Palm Beach County over where to distribute vaccines. It was determined that more than 90 percent of the elderly citizens in the county lived within minutes of a Publix. As...

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple computers, has gone on record saying that he thinks that the surveillance business model is "creepy." It is not a legitimate way of doing business. It is inherently deceptive. You think you are using a search engine. You think you are using an email service or a spreadsheet. That is not what they are. These...