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Twitter to test new privacy tools that could reduce cancel culture

Twitter is reportedly working on testing new privacy features that would give users more control over who can see their tweets and likes as well as their follower list, a move that could reduce social media "cancel culture."

The Cassandras Were Right: The ‘Cure’ for COVID — a Global Takedown of the 99% — Has Proven Far Worse Than the Disease

Early in 2020, shocked citizens and social scientists predicted the widespread imposition of extreme “non-pharmaceutical interventions” in response to COVID would prove to have horrible and costly human and economic trade-offs — turns out they were right.

10 Years Ago, The GOP Had No Future. Trump Changed That, But The Path Is Far From Certain

The next presidential election aside, if the GOP is to still win elections in 2028 or 2032, they need to become the kind of party America’s working and middle classes caught a glimpse of in 2016.

Texas Legislature Sends Sweeping GOP Voting Bill to Governor

The Texas Legislature sent a sweeping rewrite of the state’s election laws to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday, dealing a bruising defeat for Democrats after a monthslong, bitter fight over voting rights.

Colorado Election Fraud: Soros-Backed Secretary of State Permanently Blocks Arizona-Style Audits

Whether Colorado election fraud is a real problem or not will remain unknown, as the state’s George Soros-backed SecState will permanently ban Arizona-style third-party audits.

‘Unapologetically Christian’: Alternatives to Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts See Big Membership Increases

The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are seeing big drops in membership. Reasons include the pandemic and social trends.

Harvard chaplains elect atheist as new president: ‘We don’t look to a god for answers’

Greg Epstein, an atheist and humanist chaplain at Harvard University who says he doesn’t look to God but people for answers, has been elected by his colleagues as the newest president of the Harvard Chaplains.

Texas GOP Passes Bill Banning 24-Hour, Drive-Thru Voting As Democrats Vow to ‘Fight on House Floor’

Democrats hoping to stall a GOP-sponsored restrictive election bill ended a 38-day walkout on 19 August, allowing the legislature to reach a quorum, after a week earlier the Republican-led state Senate passed their version of the voting bill after a 15-hour filibuster by one of the Senate's leading Democrats. Sen. Carol Alvardo.

Texas GOP Passes Bill Banning 24-Hour, Drive-Thru Voting As Democrats Vow to ‘Fight on House Floor’

Democrats hoping to stall a GOP-sponsored restrictive election bill ended a 38-day walkout on 19 August, allowing the legislature to reach a quorum, after a week earlier the Republican-led state Senate passed their version of the voting bill after a 15-hour filibuster by one of the Senate's leading Democrats. Sen. Carol Alvardo.

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