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"The mentality of fundamentalism is by no means an exclusive property of orthodoxy. Its attitudes are found in every branch of Christendom: the quest for negative status, the elevation of minor issues to a place of major importance, the use of social mores as a norm of virtue, the toleration of one's own prejudice but not the prejudice of others, the confusion of the church with a denomination, and the avoidance of prophetic scrutiny by using the Word of God as an instrument of self-security but not self-criticism. The mentality of fundamentalism comes into being whenever a believer is unwilling to trace the effects of original sin in his own life. And where is the believer who is wholly delivered from this habit?" -- E.J. Carnell

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Jul 23 10:26

QAnon Shaman who stormed the Capitol is negotiating a plea deal after prison psychologists diagnosed him with 'transient schizophrenia, bipolar, depression and anxiety'

The 'QAnon Shaman' who stormed the U.S. Capitol during the January 6 riot is negotiating a possible plea deal with prosecutors, after prison psychologists found he suffers from a variety of mental illnesses.

Jul 23 10:26

US sanctions Cuba over crackdown on protests in 1st steps toward new policy

In his first steps toward his own Cuba policy, President Joe Biden is sanctioning the Cuban defense minister and its special forces for the aggressive crackdowns on protests across the island nation earlier this month, the White House announced Thursday.

Those protests were some of the largest and most widespread in decades as Cuba reels from a new wave of the coronavirus, the economic pain of COVID-19, and shortages of food and medicine.

They also short-circuited Biden's administration into a response. Six months into his term, Biden has yet to formulate a policy toward America's close neighbor after his former boss Barack Obama warmed relations with Cuba's communist government and his immediate predecessor Donald Trump all but cut contact and implemented the toughest sanctions and restrictions.

Jul 23 10:26

Fauci Demands Censorship to Fight Pandemic

After Biden’s spokeswoman boasted that the administration was ordering Facebook to censor some people’s speech, Fauci joined the campaign by appearing on CNN to warn about the dangers of letting anyone say whatever they think. "We probably would still have polio in this country if we had the kind of false information that's being spread now," he falsely claimed.

Fauci, as usual, is wrong about everything.

The polio vaccine was the subject of numerous controversies which played out in public.

There were anti-vaccine campaigns long before Facebook. The most bracing of these took on the polio vaccine with the headline, "Little White Coffins" declaring, "Only God above will know how many thousands of little white coffins will be used to bury the victims of Salk's heinous, fraudulent vaccine." Walter Winchell, who at his peak reached over 50 million people, warned that one particular version of the vaccine, which contained a live virus, was a "killer".

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Jul 23 10:26

Gotta get you in debt. (Picture)

Jul 23 10:15

New Covid variant emerges in UK as Delta cases rise by 33,716 in a week

A NEW coronavirus variant is under investigation as cases of the Delta variant have risen by 33,716 in a week.

Experts at Public Health England (PHE) are currently carrying out analysis of B.1.621 and have confirmed 16 cases of the variant.


Jul 23 10:14

China sanctions top Trump official and 6 others – here’s who

China’s foreign ministry announced new sanctions on seven Americans on Friday, including former U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, in retaliation for U.S. sanctions on seven Chinese officials last week.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian confirmed the sanctions against Ross along with US-China Economic and Security Review Committee (USCC) chairman Carolyn Bartholomew, Congressional-Executive China Committee (CECC) former director Jonathan Stivers, National Democratic Institute’s Hyungmo Kim, International Republican Institute’s Adam King, Human Rights Watch’s China Department director Sophie Richardson, and Hong Kong’s Democracy Council.

Jul 23 10:12

Join Us At Freedom Fest & Meet The Sheriff Investigating Election Fraud In Michigan!

n this video, Sheriff Mack talks about the Freedom Fest happening NOW (July 21-24, 2021) in South Dakota.

You can learn more about that and other upcoming events at
https://cspoa.org/events/

Sheriff Mack also mentioned that Sheriff Leaf is investigating election fraud in Michigan because someone from his county sent in a complaint about it!

That is why YOU educating yourself and then getting your sheriff educated and involved is so critical to us restoring Liberty in America!

Jul 23 10:10

Botswana Police use Israeli Cellebrite Tech to Search Another Journalist’s Phone

Tsaone Basimanebotlhe was not expecting security agents to appear at her home in a village outside Gaborone, Botswana’s capital, in July 2019, she told CPJ in a recent interview. But they didn’t come to arrest or charge her, she recalled – they came for her devices, hunting for the source for an article published by her employer, Mmegi newspaper.

Basimanebotlhe, a politics reporter, said she surrendered her phone and password to the agents after they presented a warrant and could not find her computer. A senior officer then used technology sold by the Israel-based company Cellebrite to extract and analyze thousands of her messages, call logs, and emails, and her web browsing history, according to an affidavit from the police forensics laboratory.

The affidavit, which CPJ reviewed, was submitted during a related court case.“They’re looking for people that are divulging information to the media,” Basimanebotlhe told CPJ.

Jul 23 10:09

Report: FBI Played ‘Far Larger Role’ In Alleged Plot To Kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer

Buzzfeed dropped a shocking report on Tuesday indicating the FBI played “a far larger role” than was initially revealed in a highly publicized story about an alleged plot to kidnap Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

The kidnapping plot had allegedly been discussed at a meeting in Ohio around June of last year, and plans were hatched straight through until October when six of the men were first arrested.

14 individuals overall have been arrested in the bizarre plot, with 13 pleading ‘not guilty.’

Federal investigators described several of the men taken into custody as ‘anti-government extremists’ who were angry over Whitmer’s strict COVID-19 policies, according to the Associated Press.


Jul 23 10:04

House passes bill to streamline visa process for Afghans who helped US

The House approved a bill Thursday aimed at expediting visas for Afghans who helped the U.S. military and are facing threats to their lives as the Pentagon nears the end of its withdrawal from Afghanistan after nearly 20 years.

The bill passed 407-16, with the “no” votes coming entirely from Republicans.

The bill, dubbed the Allies Act, would add another 8,000 visas to the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program for Afghans who helped the United States and remove several hurdles to obtaining the visas.

Jul 23 10:04

Russia Averts Possible Disaster as New Space Station Module Finally Reaches Proper Orbit

Russia’s new space station module, dubbed Nauka, is currently en route to the ISS, but the spacecraft initially failed to complete its first orbit-raising burn, leading to concerns that it might not complete the trip. Thankfully, the Nauka team on Earth was able to perform a course correction, and the module is now in the proper orbit to continue its journey.

Nauka, it would appear, is taking its bad luck along with it into space.

The Russian Multipurpose Laboratory, as its formally known, has been in the works since the late 1990s, and it was supposed to launch back in 2007, but an array of technical problems—from dirty fuel tanks through to aging components—prevented this from happening. Two components of the module, the airlock and a radiator, were launched to the ISS 11 years ago, where they’ve been lying in wait ever since.

Jul 23 09:52

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Jul 23 09:52

EXCLUSIVE: FBI chief who ignored abuse claims against Larry Nassar for over a YEAR is seen enjoying his retirement after scathing DOJ report revealed how his bungling missteps allowed depraved doctor to assault 70 more girls

Enjoying a comfortable retirement and a lucrative pension, this is the disgraced FBI chief who is accused of chasing a $400,000 Olympic security job instead of pursuing pedophile doctor Larry Nassar.

Jul 23 09:50

EXCLUSIVE: Chaos at The View as show scrambles to replace Meghan McCain with a 'Trump Republican' like Kimberly Guilfoyle or Candace Owens to balance out the panel - leaving Joy Behar moaning she'll be stuck with someone tougher

The View is scrambling to find a 'Trump Republican' to replace Meghan McCain, leaving veteran co-host Joy Behar complaining that the new addition could be even tougher than her on-screen enemy.

Jul 23 09:49

Traces of life on Mars may have been erased, according to NASA

In 2011 the Curiosity Rover was sent to Mars to collect stones from a location where a lake used to exist. It is important because the fact that there was water could indicate that at some point there was life on the desert planet.

The clay samples that the robot has found are an indication that at some point there was water on the red planet, since it is produced when rocky minerals wear out and rot after having contact with water, which is the key to the existence of life and a material that can store microbial fossils.

"Since the minerals that we find on Mars are also formed in some places on Earth, we can use what we know about how they form on Earth to tell us how salty or acidic the waters were on ancient Mars," explained Liz Rampe , CheMin's adjunct principal investigator and co-author from NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.

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Jul 23 09:49

EXCLUSIVE: Do you want to pay $50 for a hamburger, Joe? Furious restaurant owners vent at Biden for telling them to raise wages which they say will lead to MORE inflation and drive them ALL out of business

Restaurant owners are lashing out at President Biden for telling them they have to raise wages in order to attract staff, a move they say will drive inflation, put them out of business and shows how little he understands about the country's labor crisis.

Jul 23 09:47

A sweet pop! Ohio father buys an ICE CREAM truck to create jobs for his two adult children with Down Syndrome

An Ohio father worried about employment opportunities for his two adult children with Down Syndrome took it upon himself to purchase an ice cream truck so they they could sell sweet treats.

Jul 23 09:47

Breakthrough COVID Cases Among White House Staffers: Psaki Refuses To Disclose Number

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the public will not be notified about how many vaccinated staffers have contracted COVID-19 following news of breakthrough cases among inoculated staffers on the campus.

Psaki said breakthrough cases should be expected “statistically speaking” as there are around 2,000 people working on-campus, Business Insider reported. “No, I don’t think that you can expect that we’ll be providing numbers of breakthrough cases,” she said Thursday.

She had previously confirmed that there had been multiple breakthrough cases in the White House.

Psaki said Wednesday that the White House will disclose if commissioned officers test positive for the virus. She had also added that details would be given when officials who have had close contact with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris test positive.


Jul 23 09:46

Stanford students concerned about breakthrough COVID cases after 7 fully vaccinated test positive

Stanford University reports seven breakthrough COVID-19 cases among vaccinated students. The university said all infected were symptomatic and all tested positive in the past week.

The university released a statement to ABC7 News, which reads in part:

"We are seeing some of this in our own community. There have been seven new positive COVID-19 cases among Stanford students. These are cases among vaccinated individuals."

Jul 23 09:45

Low Turnout For Planned Flotilla To Cuba

It appears South Floridians may be heeding a U.S. Department of Homeland Security warning regarding a planned flotilla to Cuba on Friday morning.


Jul 23 09:44

'Peaceful' BLM Riots Vs. Jan 6: More People Want BLM Inquiry

As House leaders engage in a standoff over Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Jan. 6 panel, a poll found that likely voters are decidedly supportive of investigating the social injustice demonstrations that overshadowed the nation last summer.

A supermajority of likely voters (66%) want the Black Lives Matter and antifa protests investigated, while a majority do not support Pelosi's inquiry into the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll.

Jul 23 09:44

Microsoft warns over this unusual malware that targets Windows and Linux

Microsoft is warning customers about the LemonDuck crypto mining malware which is targeting both Windows and Linux systems and is spreading via phishing emails, exploits, USB devices, and brute force attacks, as well as attacks targeting critical on-premise Exchange Server vulnerabilities uncovered in March.

The group was discovered to be using Exchange bugs to mine for cryptocurrency in May, two years after it first emerged.

Notably, the group behind LemonDuck is taking advantage of high-profile security bugs by exploiting older vulnerabilities during periods where security teams are focussed on patching critical flaws, and even removing rival malware.

"[LemonDuck] continues to use older vulnerabilities, which benefit the attackers at times when focus shifts to patching a popular vulnerability rather than investigating compromise," the Microsoft 365 Defender Threat Intelligence Team note.

Jul 23 09:39

To Protect Yourself, Never Give Your DNA Or Biometric Data

So many companies now are requesting people's biometric data. Things like fingerprints, iris scans, voice scans, DNA, etc. are not pieces of information that you should freely give to a company. These are immutable identifiers and could potentially be a security risk and privacy nightmare.



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Jul 23 09:35

Economic Disobedience & Debt Abolition

Jul 23 09:35

Dem Who Wants to Defund the Police BUSTED COLD After Taking One Look At Her Expenses


Jul 23 09:02

'Fyre Festival' of summer camps, charging $3,400-a-head, shuts down overnight after counselors played Spin the Bottle with kids, 'inedible' food was served on dirty dishes and dozens were 'left in tears, bored and devastated'

A summer sleepaway camp charging $3,400 for two weeks abruptly closed earlier this month after several staff members were fired and campers complained to parents of poor conditions.

Jul 23 09:00

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Jul 23 08:59

More than 33,000 New Yorkers packed up and moved to Florida during the pandemic - and many are making the move permanent

The pandemic appears to have driven an exodus from New York to Florida with more than 33,000 New Yorkers heading south for more sun, looser COVID-19 restrictions and cheaper taxes, over the past year.

Jul 23 08:52

'Don't Shove It Down My Throat': Louisiana COVID-19 Patient Says He Would Rather Be Hospitalized Again Than Get Vaccinated

A Louisiana man who was hospitalized with COVID-19 says that he would rather be hospitalized once again rather than getting vaccinated.

Jul 23 08:52

[Video] Join Dr. Vernon Coleman - SATURDAY, JULY 24, 2021 at the World Wide Rally For Freedom

Take a stand for 5 important Freedoms.. Freedom of Speech.. Freedom of Movement.. Freedom of Choice.. Freedom of Assembly.. Freedom of Health
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Jul 23 08:50

Bust of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest who headed the KKK to be removed from Tennessee Capitol and sent to a museum after a decades-long debate

The bust of Confederate general and early Ku Klux Klan leader Nathan Bedford Forrest will be removed this week from the Tennessee Capitol, following a decades-long controversy over its placement there.

Jul 23 08:49

Washington Post reporter is suing the paper and its top execs for causing 'emotional anguish' because she was 'banned from covering sexual assault stories after she was assaulted'

A political breaking news reporter for the Washington Post is suing the outlet and its top executives for banning her from writing about sexual assault cases as an alleged sexual assault survivor.

Jul 23 08:45

[Video] PSA Extremely Embarrassing Coercive Vaccine Propaganda from Australia

Total Cringe as Australia propaganada goes where you never thought possible


Jul 23 08:43

US State Department Shuts Down Its Passport Applicant Online Appointment System After Scammers Used Bots To Obtain Bookings And Sold Them On Online Forums

The U.S. State Department has temporarily shut down its online appointment system for passport applicants claiming scammers scheduled appointments then sold them for thousands of dollars to desperate travelers.

Jul 23 08:33

Coronavirus: Was US money used to fund risky research in China?

As the debate continues over the origins of the coronavirus, a fresh row has erupted over virus research being carried out in China using US funds.

It's linked to the unproven theory that the virus could have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, the Chinese city where it was first detected.

This idea centres on research carried out on bat viruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Republican Senator Rand Paul alleges that US money was used to fund research there that made some viruses (not the coronavirus) more infectious and more deadly, known as "gain-of-function".

But his assertion has been firmly rejected by Dr Anthony Fauci, the US infectious diseases chief.

Jul 23 08:33

Fragments of Ancient Egyptian ‘Book of the Dead’ Reunited After Centuries

Archaeologists have digitally reunited two fragments of a 2,300-year-old linen mummy wrapping covered in hieroglyphics from the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead.

As Laura Geggel reports for Live Science, researchers from the Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities at the University of Canterbury (UC) in New Zealand had cataloged a 2- by 19-inch portion of the scroll in an online database. When employees from the Getty Research Institute (GRI) in Los Angeles saw photographs of the digitized wrapping, they realized that a section housed in their collections fit perfectly with the UC scrap.

“There is a small gap between the two fragments; however, the scene makes sense, the incantation makes sense, and the text makes it spot on,” says Alison Griffith, a classics scholar at UC, in a statement. “It is just amazing to piece fragments together remotely.”

Jul 23 08:33

Sign: That's unsettling (Picture)


Jul 23 08:32

Report: ‘Outsized Number of Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Failing Licensure Tests in Primary Content Areas

A landmark report published by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) revealed an “outsized” number of elementary teacher candidates are failing state licensure tests, particularly in the primary subject areas of English, math, science, and social studies.

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But I am sure they did very well in Critical Race Theory, human-caused global warming, and Drag Queen Story Hour!

Jul 23 08:32

U-turn hint over threat of 14-year jail terms for journalists who use leaked Government documents in revamp of Official Secrets Act as No 10 says 'freedom of the press is an integral part of the UK's democratic process'

Critics suggested that if the rules were in place now it could have led to a prosecution of the journalists who revealed this month that Matt Hancock was breaking Covid rules by having an affair with his married aide, because it relied on leaked CCTV footage.

Jul 23 08:31

New ‘Diplomacy’: Why Are Ambassadors of NATO Countries Inspecting Ukrainian Armed Forces at the Front Line?

Interfax-Ukraine reported that the Danish ambassador to Ukraine paid a two-day visit to the front line of his host country’s war in the Donbass region. The press report phrased its account of the event like this: “On July 19-20, a delegation of the Kingdom of Denmark, led by Ambassador Ole Egberg Mikkelsen, visited the area of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO), and also met with representatives of Luhansk Regional Military-Civil Administration.” On the latter score, that is the part of Lugansk still under control of the Ukrainian government.

The Danish delegation, for all the world as though its members were military attachés, or military advisors, met with Deputy Commander of the Joint Forces Eduard Moskaliov and toured an observation post of a Ukrainian armed forces unit that is assigned to the Joint Forces Operation, until recently the Anti-Terrorist Operation. (National Anti-Terrorist Operation would have provided a more accurate acronym.)



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Jul 23 08:29

The Cleveland Baseball Team Will Become the Cleveland Guardians

In a Tom Hanks-narrated video posted to social media this morning, the Cleveland baseball team has formally announced what had been rumored earlier this week: They will become the Cleveland Guardians.

After an extensive, opaque, process involving community engagement with local stakeholders and the purported consideration of more than 1,100 names, the team settled on one of the more popular options among fans. It is a name that references both the Guardians of Traffic statues on the Lorain-Carnegie bridge and pays homage to Cleveland's blue-collar history.

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Reader comment:The Indians were named when a 9 year old girl suggested the name in honor of Cleveland Spiders shortstop, Louis Sockalexis, a Native American player for the Spiders. People just don't know or understand history.

They could have gone back to Spiders, but I suspect that name is offensive to insects.

Jul 23 08:27

Covid was only the 26th leading cause of death in England in June and made up fewer than 1% of all fatalities, official data shows

Just 0.9 per cent of fatalities were down to the virus last month — the equivalent of 11 per day, figures from the Office for National Statistics showed.

For comparison, heart disease — the country's leading killer — claimed 139 lives per day, 12 times more than the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the rate of coronavirus deaths was so low in Wales they couldn’t even work out where Covid ranked compared to other diseases.

Jul 23 08:25

The 'holy grail' of batteries: Scientists develop an 'iron-air' battery that stores electricity for days through rusting - and is a fraction of the cost of lithium-ion equivalents

The Iron-Air battery is a 'new class of cost-effective, multi-day energy storage system,' that can feed electricity for 100 hours at 1/10th the cost of lithium-Ion, the 'holy grail' in terms of renewable energy technology.

It is made using iron, one of the most common elements on Earth, and works by breathing in oxygen, converting iron to rust, and turning rust back to iron.

As it takes in the oxygen and converts the iron back and forth it is charging and discharging the battery, a process that keeps the energy stored for a longer period.

The batteries are too heavy for use in electric cars, according to the firm, who say they are designed to meet the challenge of keeping a constant power supply.

If development continues at pace, Form Energy hope the first batteries will be working to supply the grid by 2025.

Jul 23 08:25

'This is your home' Harris hosts DACA recipients and Dreamers after Texas federal court rules program protecting the group of illegal immigrants was created unlawfully by Obama

Kamala Harris hosted DACA recipients and dreamers on Thursday following the Texas federal court decision ruling last week that the program protecting illegal immigrants was created unlawfully by former President Barack Obama.

Jul 23 08:24

Anonymous Employee Survey (Comic)

Jul 23 08:23

Why is this a hard choice? (Picture)

Jul 23 08:20

Facebook steps up censorship: People can no longer have online conversations without potentially getting censored

Facebook’s censorship has gone out of control in the recent past. Now, users can no longer discuss their hobbies on the platform without potentially getting censored.

The social media giant reportedly censored discussion of gardening tools in a group about gardening. “Facebook’s censors are digging deep – flagging the word ‘hoe’ in a western New York gardening group because they apparently confused the tool for a disparaging term for women,” the New York Post reported.

A group called WNY Gardeners has been repeatedly flagged by Facebook for “violating community standards” when its more than 7,500 members discussed the long-handled gardening tool – which is spelled with an “e,” unlike the offensive term.

Jul 23 08:17

How Biden has nominated the wives of three key political allies - including the widows of John McCain and Ted Kennedy - to coveted diplomatic positions in Europe

Joe Biden has nominated three of the wives of his political allies to coveted diplomatic posts - putting his own spin on the tradition of giving the positions to major donors.

Jul 23 08:11

Perseverance rover prepares to collect Martian samples that will be sent to Earth

Almost a year after NASA's Perseverance rover was launched on its nearly seven-month journey to Mars, the robotic explorer is preparing to collect its first Martian sample within the next two weeks.

This sample, which will be returned to Earth by missions in the 2030s, might contain evidence of whether there was past life on Mars.

The rover has also collected some of its first scientific observations of the red planet as it searches among the rocks and dust.

Perseverance landed in Jezero Crater in February. Billions of years ago, the site was home to an ancient lake and river delta. Since June 1, the rover has been explore a 1.5-square-mile area of the crater, known as the "Cratered Floor Fractured Rough," in search of the crater's deepest and most ancient layers of rock.

Jul 23 08:11

It’s the American Way! (Picture)

Jul 23 08:10

REVEALED - FBI received 4,500 tips about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh before his nomination: Democrats criticize ‘sham’ process and accuse Trump lawyers of stone-walling the investigation

Almost three years after Brett Kavanaugh survived allegations of sexual misconduct to win confirmation to the Supreme Court, the FBI revealed it received more than 4500 tips as part of their background checks.

Jul 23 08:10

Prosecutor Who Went After the McCloskeys Pulls No-Show for Murder Trial Forcing Judge to Free Killer

Kim Gardner, the left-wing circuit attorney in Missouri who aggressively went after the McCloskeys for defending their home from a BLM mob, failed to have anyone from her office appear in court for a recent murder trial.

The judge let the killer go. Why are people putting up with this?

Jul 23 08:10

Kaseya gets master decryption key after July 4 global attack

The Florida company whose software was exploited in the devastating Fourth of July weekend ransomware attack, Kaseya, has received a universal key that will decrypt all of the more than 1,000 businesses and public organizations crippled in the global incident.

Kaseya spokeswoman Dana Liedholm would not say Thursday how the key was obtained or whether a ransom was paid. She said only that it came from a “trusted third party” and that Kaseya was distributing it to all victims. The cybersecurity firm Emsisoft confirmed that the key worked and was providing support.

Ransomware analysts offered multiple possible explanations for why the master key, which can unlock the scrambled data of all the attack’s victims, has now appeared. They include: Kaseya paid; a government paid; a number of victims pooled funds; the Kremlin seized the key from the criminals and handed it over through intermediaries — or perhaps the main attacker didn’t get paid by the gang whose ransomware was used.

Jul 23 08:09

Bill Would Strip Social Media of Protections for Health Misinformation

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.) introduced a bill Thursday that would strip online platforms such as Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. of their liability protections if their technologies spread misinformation related to public-health emergencies, such as the Covid-19 pandemic.

The bill, which Ms. Klobuchar previously telegraphed was in the works, would create an exception to the law known as Section 230, which shields internet platforms from lawsuits for content generated by their users and other third parties.

Should the bill become law—which is far from certain—the Health and Human Services Department would face the task of issuing guidance related to whether the internet posts at issue constitute health misinformation.

Jul 23 08:09

Tucker Carlson is blasted for calling black cop who defended the Capitol from January 6 rioters an 'angry left-wing political activist'

Tucker Carlson has come under fire for calling a black cop who defended the Capitol from rioters on January 6 an 'angry left-wing political activist'.

Jul 23 08:08

Haters to the 10th power (Picture)

Jul 23 08:07

Pentagon Reportedly Tracking Web Searches Including Phrase ‘The Truth About Black Lives Matter’

The Pentagon reportedly keeps track of specific internet searches, including the phrase “the truth about Black Lives Matter.”

Mobs of BLM supporters can march through American cities, causing all kinds of destruction, but you better not be snooping on the background of their organization.

Jul 23 08:06

The education system has failed ya'll (Picture)

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