Before we get into the story of what the left is trying to do to Elon Musk for daring to expose the truth about Twitter, here’s an update on January 6 and Jason Chansley.
Regular readers of this newsletter are familiar with a State Department-funded think tank called the Global Engagement Center because we’ve covered it in detail.
Is “artificial intelligence” really intelligent if all it does is regurgitate leftist talking points without even thinking about them?
Law professor Jonathan Turley reports on the efforts of various groups posing as “disinformation watch dogs,” partially funded by your tax dollars and mine, to smear conservative news and commentary sources to block their advertising and put them out of business.
A week after we learned through one of the “Twitter Files” --- this one released by Elon Musk through independent journalist Michael Shellenberger --- that the ‘Justice’ Department had paid Twitter $3.5 million for work it did for the FBI...
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, is making good on his promise to look into Big Tech’s censorship practices, particularly regarding COVID.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, hasn’t been having a good year, what with layoffs, falling ad revenue and Mark Zuckerberg blowing billions on his dream of us all living in a virtual reality world he calls the Metaverse
The latest “Twitter File” drop, from Matt Taibbi, brought us some of the biggest news about how the ‘Deep State’ has operated with the cooperation of social media.
A study of the midterm election results by the former editor of Psychology Today found that the red wave might have been blunted largely by Google.
Yesterday, we offered a preview of Alex Berenson’s upcoming report from the “Twitter Files,” gleaned from information that Twitter CEO Elon Musk has made available to a handful of independent journalists.
We’re still waiting for the highly anticipated “Twitter File” focusing on Dr. Anthony Fauci, which had been forecast for the end of last week but is taking a little longer to be made public.
“Twitter Files” #11 and 12 dropped on Tuesday, courtesy of independent journalist Matt Taibbi, although the news cycle was dominated by just two stories: 1) the tragic on-field collapse of Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin, and,,,
The Twitter file dumps have continued, providing a growing mountain of evidence of collusion between federal agencies and social media to trample the free speech rights of Americans.
But, wait, there’s more! Installment #8 from the “Twitter Files” dropped on Tuesday, and these just keep getting worse.
Big Brother really needs to be put on a diet –- a starvation diet. He’s been growing fat for the past two decades, ever since 9/11, and we’re finding now that he’s much bigger than we ever knew.
Twitter founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey has taken the blame for straying from his original free-speech model and not standing up against the government control that has been revealed in Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files.”
With more “Twitter Files” still to drop, we thought it might be helpful at this point to offer a convenient link to everything that has been released so far, as presented by Matt Taibbi, Bari Weiss and Michael Shellenberger in five installments on Twitter.
That quote from Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE --- "The truth will out" ---seems particularly apt now, as new Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s fourth installment of the “Twitter Files” was released over the weekend...
While reading a story about Twitter's disgraceful handling of Trump's tweets on January 6 --- which we'll bring in detail Monday --- I happened to encounter my own name.
It didn’t take long for the third installment of “Twitter Files” to drop; it arrived last night.
When Miranda Devine commented on Elon Musk’s first installment of Twitter emails released through journalist Matt Taibbi last Friday, she said she thought there was still a piece missing --- that he was holding something back.
“Big Tech censorship is a critical tool of the ‘national security state.’
I’ve been a fan of Apple’s products from way back, and when conservatives urged boycotts of the company over its liberal political views, I abstained.
As interesting as Elon Musk’s buyout of Twitter is, I don’t want to spend too much time writing about it because I can’t help feeling that most people just don’t care that much.