Tag Archives: Social Media

Ted Cruz’s Former Harvard Law Professor Takes a Swipe at Kayleigh McEnany, and Cruz Levels Him

by Sister Toldjah To say that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his former Constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe (Harvard) don’t exactly have the most cordial post-law school student/teacher relationship would be quite the understatement. The two have been known to … Continue reading

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How Will Meghan and Harry Become “Financially Independent” if They Leave the Royal Family?

Prince Harry Begs Disney to Give Meghan a Job. And if that doesn’t work, maybe this will? Well, what do you think, Harry? Video H/T: @PetiteNicoco

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President Trump to Hold Social Media Summit

Hot topic issues surrounding social media are set to be addressed this week during a summit in Washington, D.C. According to a White House spokesperson, President Trump will host the forum, which is meant to “bring together digital leaders for … Continue reading

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Mark Levin: Masters of the Universe Reject the Declaration of Independence and Constitution

Mark Levin, author of Unfreedom of the Press, described Silicon Valley’s dominant “progressive” ideology as hostile to America’s Declaration of Independence and Constitution, offering his analysis of political and partisan censorship deployed by technology companies such as Google, Facebook, and … Continue reading

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James Woods – Free Speech Warrior

Reminder #FreeJamesWoodsNow #FreeSpeechWarrior #StopTheBias https://t.co/Oj98iIxEAZ pic.twitter.com/oT1xYcsvjf — GrrrGraphics Cartoons (@GrrrGraphics) April 30, 2019

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Why Did BuzzFeed & Co. Target Justine Sacco for Online Assassination

by John Nolte 21 Dec 2013 ***UPDATE: If you think, for whatever reason, that what happened to Justine Sacco is okay; I’m assuming you won’t have any problem with me watching your personal social media accounts, blowing up at Breitbart … Continue reading

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US Attorney Bill Killian: Posting Something Mean About Muslims on Social Media Might Be a Criminal Action Under Federal Civil Rights Laws

The First Amendment served us well for a time, but now it’s outdated. Remember reading that England had arrested a guy for anti-Muslim Twitter postings in the aftermath of the Woolrich slaughter? And remember thinking, “Well, this is America, that … Continue reading

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