Category Archives: privacy

Different Strokes for Different Folks

In the world in which we now live–where certain people are not allowed to speak or write about certain topics–it’s heartening to learn that even though some folks are silenced, others are not (but only because the silencers are confounded when it comes to treating these other folks the same way they treat the silenced folks).

Equity. It’s only a word. In this instance, it’s a blessing to us that equity isn’t being delivered to certain folks.

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Everything’s Fake, a Shell Game

Misinformation and disinformation, especially regarding COVID-19, is a frequent topic of discussion.

According to the Biden administration, false or misleading information about COVID-19 or vaccines is

an urgent threat to public health.

In the video at the link, an activist called Imran Ahmed says misinformation is a “biosecurity threat” that “kills” people. Anthony Fauci calls disinformation an “enemy of public health.”

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We Agree: This HAS Gotta Stop

Eric Clapton, who suffered severe side effects from COVID-19 “vaccination,” has released a new song entitled “This Has Gotta Stop.” A UK online news site reports:

While the song does not directly mention lockdown measures or vaccines, the musician has performed on anti-vaccine songs in recent months. His latest offering has been interpreted by some as an attack on the measures recommended by health officials.

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A Quiz

This is a quiz as well as a presentation of an example of shameless gaslighting.

Who recently wrote the following in the Wall Street Journal? [emphasis added]

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Misinformation

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It took a while, but I finally found someone who’s keeping a list of Joe Biden’s lies. Biden recently made this claim:

Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated.

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A Major Win for First Amendment Rights

The inimitable James O’Keefe has chalked up a major win for transparency, truth, justice, and, of course, the American Way.

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Social Media Monsters

Representatives from social media companies are set to appear before Congress this week to be questioned about supposed Russian interference in our elections and, more importantly, about their censorship of conservative speech here in the U.S. (and probably elsewhere, too).

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Facebook Follies

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before Congress this week. Millions of people around the world are interested in what he has to say. The stakes are high for Facebook as well as for our Republic. Censorship and regulation are double-edged swords. We’ve seen how the mainstream media “serves” the public, especially when there’s no competition. If social media end up self-regulating, then they will become just another echo chamber for the left.

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