Not content to simply report the facts on Hurricane Florence, the mainstream media seeks to tar and feather President Trump by blaming him for the weather.
An expert has warned that Internet tech giants have the capacity to shift “upwards of 12 million votes” in an election. It has been revealed that Google did in fact engage in such manipulation, seeking to vault Hillary Clinton to victory in 2016 by trying to boost Latino turnout.
The Tech Giants say left-wing bias on their platforms is a figment of the conservative imagination, but the figment appeared again this week.
Instead of simply reporting on a natrual disaster, the Washington Post has chosen to use Hurricane Florence as a rhetorical club against the president. And it's disgusting.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law mandating that 100 percent of electricity in California must come from renewable or zero-carbon resources by 2045.
Twitter permanently banned Alex Jones yesterday after virtuoso performances in which he tangled with Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and CNN’s Oliver Darcy, the media “reporter” who led the Big Media campaign to silence the conspiracy theorist.
The latest story about Google divulges just how much power that company wields, and just how careful we ought to be.
Now that Facebook has finally explained how 99 percent of PragerU’s conservative videos were censored, it's clear how dangerous one employee — and a group of ideologically motivated users — can be.