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A federal appeals court ruled that Florida’s “censorship” law violated the First Amendment rights of Big Tech companies. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of NetChoice and the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) and blocked part of the law. The internet groups represented TikTok, Amazon, Google, Facebook, and more.  The court
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi attacked on Tuesday the Catholic archbishop who banned her from receiving Holy Communion in her home area. What is the background? Last Friday, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone announced that he had barred Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion in the Archdiocese of San Francisco because of her increasingly “extreme” position
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As MSNBC’s Deadline: White House prepared for Tuesday night’s primary coverage, Axios’s Alexi McCammond joined host Nicolle Wallace to declare that it is “mis and disinformation” for Republicans to say that record shattering early turnout in Georgia proves they are not suppressing the vote. Unfortunately for McCammond, as she tried to make her case all
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Joe Biden has always tried to compensate for his lowly status as an Old White Guy™ by making his administration the Affirmative Action Administration—selecting and nominating people for various positions based on their diversity scores. Sadly, these staffing decisions haven’t always worked out so well. Below, I present the five worst affirmative action picks Biden
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Small business owners are growing increasingly concerned about the fate of the U.S. as the economy continues to grapple with high inflation, supply-chain disruptions, labor shortages, and rising interest rates. Fox Business reported that a recently conducted poll by the business-coaching and peer-advising firm Vistage Worldwide Inc. shows that 57% of small business owners predict
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While Joe Scarborough was yelling on Monday morning that Catholics should “Thank God” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hasn’t joined the Episcopalians, CNN’s New Day deserves credit for inviting radio host Katie McGrady of the Catholic Channel on Sirius/XM Radio to explain the religious reasons why the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, was denying communion
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While delivering a speech during Princeton University’s 2022 Class Day on Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned against accepting “the normalization of untruths.” “Sadly, elements of our society have grown increasingly inured to a cacophony of falsehoods and lies that often stand largely unchallenged, ominously leading to … acceptance of what I call the normalization of
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The horrible supermarket shooting in Buffalo is only the latest in a long string of occasions where liberal-media stars blamed conservative “rhetoric” for violent deaths. Why must they do this? On MSNBC, Chuck Todd proclaimed “the chickens are coming home to roost” among Republicans for pandering to white supremacists. The New York Times claimed that congressional Republicans
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NBC News White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor was hit with angry ridicule after she made a brazenly biased comment against Republicans. Alcindor, who formerly worked for PBS, made the comments while a guest on Nicolle Wallace’s MSNBC show, “Deadline White House” on Monday. “They took access absolutely because of a lie, but also I would
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An Atlanta pastor was found by her husband stabbed to death with a kitchen knife and lit on fire. Police later arrested a man she had been mentoring. The United Methodist Church community is reeling from the circumstances that led to the murder of 57-year-old Rev. Marita Harrell. Harrell’s body was found in a minivan
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Remember that cringe-worthy feminist slogan, “the future is female”? According to The New York Times, the slogan originated in 1975 out of a ’70s lesbian separatist moment. It started to make a comeback in 2015 and has become a mantra of Hillary Clinton. “Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that, yes, the future is female,”
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Leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention covered up complaints of sexual abuse, steadfastly resisted calls for reform made by survivors, and lied about their ability to keep track of alleged abusers for nearly two decades, a bombshell report from independent investigators released Sunday found. The scathing 300-page report by third-party group Guidepost Solutions details horrific
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South Korea’s days of appeasing its neighbor to the north are over, as South Korea’s new president, Yoon Suk Yeol, said that any new talks between the two countries must be initiated by Kim Jong Un. Yoon said, “I think the ball is in Chairman Kim’s court – it is his choice to start a
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State Farm, the insurance company that advertises itself as a “good neighbor,” has asked hundreds of its employees to donate books promoting LGBTQ+ themes to children as young as 5 to local schools and public libraries, according to an email leaked by a whistleblower. The company partnered with The GenderCool Project, an advocacy group for
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Who died and made Joe Scarborough Pope? You’d think Joe Scarborough—who frequently touts his Baptist roots—would be cautious when it comes to criticizing another religion. But on today’s Morning Joe, Scarborough jumped in with both feet in slamming the Roman Catholic church over the excommunication by the archbishop of San Francisco of pro-abortion Nancy Pelosi.
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The head of Instagram said Big Tech should take a step back from controlling user content. Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, talked with Wired about social media content moderation and the future. Mosseri acknowledged the controversy of content moderation and said platforms should prioritize user privacy above all else. “I definitely acknowledge that historical
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