Coronavirus: New York Times Says No

After banning hydroxychlorquine for use in Michigan, the governor has backed down as evidence is piling up that hydroxychlorquine is effective for treating people infected with coronavirus, especially people who have very severe cases. This comes even though access to the drug has been very restricted until now. (CBS News, at least, seems to have […]

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Antifa Violence Glorified

Of course it is not enough that the television news, newspapers, and Democratic politicans honor and glorify Antifa street thugs and their violence, now it has spilled over into the Comic pages, long the scene of egregious racial diatribes against White people (e.g., the vicious Boon Docks). A crudely drawn comic strip I never noticed […]

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Fake News Fades

Table: “Newspaper Circulation Change, 2012-2018”, in Wall Street Journal, May 4-5, 2019. p. B1. (National is the average percentage decline of Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post; median for all others.) > Less than 20000: -41%. 20000-200000: -45.7%. Over 200000: -40.9%. National: -28.7%. Source: Alliance for Audited Media. ====== Left Wing Digital […]

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If Twitter conspires with a foreign government to silence a dissident…

If Twitter conspires with a foreign government to silence a dissident, and then that dissident is murdered by that government, does Twitter have any responsibility? Jamal Khashoggi has vanished. An insider in the Saudi monarchy for many years, he fell from favor after criticizing Pres. Trump in December 2016. Then the Washington Post hired him […]

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Censorship Engines: Shut Down Gab.ai, Shut Down Ron Paul, Shut Down Alex Jones, Shut Down Pres. Trump

Twitter terminates the Ron Paul Institute and demands confession of guilt before it will restore service. Microsoft threatens to shut down Gab.ai (the free speech alternative to Twitter: it must be good: Wikipedia accuses it of being a White Surpemacist sites, and lists users including Yiannopolous and Alex Jones: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gab_(social_network)). Microsoft claims that one post […]

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