It would be a full time job to enter them all.
Pro-life leader Dr. Alveda King, who heads Civil Rights for the Unborn, a division of Priests for Life, is serving as an executive producer of the movie. Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight is attached to play a Supreme Court Justice in the film, says the fundraising site.
A must read by John Hawkins of the soon to be shut down Right Wing News.
Social media has realized how effective these platforms have been for Conservatives to by-pass the mainstream media and is now working hard to censor us. Even google searches are biased politically to the left.
We’ve already lost the schools, Hollywood and the mainstream media. What happens when you can’t get out conservative opinion via social media because they block, shadow ban and demonetize everyone who gets any traction? What happens if they put rules in place that essentially make expressing conservative opinions something that gets you kicked off their service? You’re pro-gun? Sorry, not allowed. You don’t like gay marriage? Get out of here. Criticizing Black Lives Matter? Out of bounds! We can hope for the best, but that seems like the future we’re headed toward and it’s one that will leave conservatism weaker than ever.
Today, as you read this, my website Right Wing News is shutting down operations. It has been around since 2001, but became massive a few years ago because of Facebook. Remember the mainstream media liberals going out of their minds because the Russians reached almost 150 million people with their $100,000 Facebook ad buy?
Google is being hit on all sides.
On the same week Google was sued by a couple of former employees who accuse it of quashing conservative viewpoints, another former Google engineer is claiming company executives shut down his pro-diversity discussions at work.
ric Schmidt is an influential figure, even among the parade of powerful characters with whom I have had to cross paths since I founded WikiLeaks. In mid-May 2011 I was under house arrest in rural Norfolk, about three hours’ drive northeast of London.
The Federalist has some takeaways from James Damore’s civil suit against Google, which he accuses of discriminating against white male conservatives. You gotta see this stuff to believe the corporate culture there.
In the midst of the “fake news” hysteria last year, Google launched a project to help curate reliable information for its readers by identifying articles and sites that need fact-checking. And this may come as a surprise to some of you, but it looks like the tech giant’s truth project is imbued with a tiny bit of ideological and political bias.
Twitter admits to censoring tweets it does not like (eg. conservative).
Big Corporations like Twitter and Google wield enormous power over those they disagree with, and in the age of Trump, it’s only gotten worse.
For Twitter, this week has brought the attack of the right wing. First, it was sued by a banned far-right news blogger who claims the company violated his free-speech rights. Now Project Veritas has released a couple of videos clearly meant to portray Twitter as extremely liberal and biased – the latest in the barrage of conservatives’ criticism of tech companies’ purported bias against them.
On Thursday investigative journalist James O’Keefe and Project Veritas released a shocking report on how Twitter Corporation shadow bans conservative voices on the social media platform. Of course, the liberal US media ignored the shocking report by Project Veritas. What is more disturbing is that Twitter filed 869 labor condition applications for H1B visa and …
The CBC has been accused of trying to silence investigations of it paying hush money to former girlfriends of Peter Mansbridge.
CBC Scandal: Peter Mansbridge, and the alleged NDAs/Hush Money Paid for … https://t.co/q8S6zbFhyD #cdnpoli
CBC loves to ask questions but the state broadcaster’s president Hubert Lacroix has shown once again that he hates taking them.Lacroix was asked about a release of documents – some 1,454 pages – related to harassment and inappropriate behaviour in just two CBC offices in Ottawa and…