Kalev Leetaru: Update Section 230 to Legally Compel Big Tech Transparency

“How can you have a digital society where you don’t even know what the rules are?” In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Kalev Leetaru, a media fellow at the RealClearFoundation and senior fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security. Instead of repealing Section 230, he argues for an… Continue reading Kalev Leetaru: Update Section 230 to Legally Compel Big Tech Transparency

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China blames U.S. for poor military-to-military ties

China’s military is blaming the United States for poor military-to-military relations after the U.S. and Chinese militaries held their first video conference last month. Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Sr. Col. Wu Qian, who heads the Defense Ministry information office in Beijing, told reporters that the United States had provoked …

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Stuart Scheller at court-martial wants Pentagon leaders to admit Afghan failures

A Marine Corps officer who waged a one-man social media battle against senior Pentagon brass over their handling of the Afghan war pullout told the judge at his court-martial hearing on Thursday that he just wants U.S. military leaders to admit their failures in Afghanistan. “Since this endeavor began, not …

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Brace For Price Shock: Americans’ Heating Bills To Soar Up To 50% This Winter

Brace For Price Shock: Americans’ Heating Bills To Soar Up To 50% This Winter So far, Americans have been watching the money-depleting energy crisis that hit Europe and Asia with detached bemusement: after all, while US energy prices are higher, they are nowhere near the hyperinflation observed in Europe. That is about to change because… Continue reading Brace For Price Shock: Americans’ Heating Bills To Soar Up To 50% This Winter

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Study: Sanctuary Cities Do Not Boost Crime Reporting by Illegal Aliens

For decades, sanctuary city advocates have pointed to a so-called “chilling effect” where they claim local law enforcement must not cooperate with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to ensure that illegal aliens feel safe to report crimes. New analysis debunks the claim. 

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Blinken Admits US Policy Is To ‘Oppose The Reconstruction Of Syria’

Blinken Admits US Policy Is To ‘Oppose The Reconstruction Of Syria’ Authored by Dave DeCamp via AntiWar.com,  On Wednesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the US position on Syria is to “oppose” the country’s reconstruction and not support any attempts at normalization with the government of Bashar al-Assad. At a joint press conference with his Israeli and UAE counterparts,… Continue reading Blinken Admits US Policy Is To ‘Oppose The Reconstruction Of Syria’

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Is It Time For A Special Counsel On The Hunter Biden Scandal?

Is It Time For A Special Counsel On The Hunter Biden Scandal? Authored by Jonathan Turley, “Come on H this is linked to Celtic’s account.” Those nine words from a retired Secret Service agent to Hunter Biden in recently released emails may prove a nasty complication for some in Washington who have struggled to contain… Continue reading Is It Time For A Special Counsel On The Hunter Biden Scandal?

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Albert Edwards: We Should Start Worrying About The Coming Recession

Albert Edwards: We Should Start Worrying About The Coming Recession One week ago, when looking at the surge in commodity prices, SocGen’s Albert Edwards pointed out the eerie similarities between what was taking place in the energy sector today and crude prices in the summer of 2008 – right before Lehman collapsed – and said… Continue reading Albert Edwards: We Should Start Worrying About The Coming Recession

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