Musk didn’t really muck it up until he started tweaking the power symbol that was Twitter’s driving force: the infamous bluetick.
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Shortly before Thanksgiving, Twitter was supposed to go the way of the Butterball tom.
Kristol championed the GOP as a vehicle for his own foreign policy: American-led global dominance.
The glorious night in question is the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
What the 1619 Project Gets Wrong About History | Guest: Phil Magness | Ep 166
Matt Kibbe is joined by Phil Magness, senior research faculty at AIER, to discuss critical race theory, with specific reference to the New York Times’ 1619 Project.
The news that Julian Assange will be extradited to the United States to face criminal espionage charges should concern anyone who values transparency and freedom of information.
Furious distrust of liberals is desensitizing the right to the joy of laughter and whimsy.
Zach Vorhies vs. Google’s Subjective Reality | Leaving the Left for Liberty | Ep 7
Zach Vorhies is a Google whistleblower and a Project Veritas Insider. A former Senior Software Engineer, he says Google took a hard turn toward “authoritarianism” and began installing an “autocratic regime” of censorship in late 2016.
Mythmaking, of course, isn’t reporting. It’s lazy story-time for Facebook scrollers who think posting the “angry face” emoji is an act of civic engagement.
Handicapping its one useful function—breaking news with visual evidence—makes the platform more of a gas box than it already was.