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Elon Musk Says Twitter Revenue Declining Despite No Changes to Censorship Policies

Twitter owner Elon Musk said the social media company’s revenue is declining because of skittish advertisers, despite the tech platform making zero changes to its censorship policies.

67 Federal Agencies Pushing Big Tech to Censor Americans

It was revealed only days ago that the departments of State and Homeland Security had a program during the 2020 elections through which federal officials could tell a private consortium which messages they didn't like, and the consortium members then would lobby social media to censor those.

Feds Used Private Entity to Target Millions of Social Posts in 2020

A consortium of four private groups worked with the departments of Homeland Security (DHS) and State to censor massive numbers of social media posts they considered misinformation during the 2020 election.

‘Game of Thrones’ Made Sure to Include Fewer White Characters in Prequel

“It was very important for Miguel and I to create a show that was not another bunch of white people on the screen, just to put it very bluntly."

Federal Judge Upholds Georgia’s Voter Integrity Law

A federal judge has upheld several parts of a voter integrity law that was passed in Georgia.

Supreme Court Rules on North Carolina Photo ID Controversy

The ruling was 8-1 in favor of Republicans' right to litigate on behalf of voter ID laws.

San Francisco School Board Votes to Return Elite High School to Merit-Based Admissions

The San Francisco school board voted 4-3 Wednesday night to return Lowell High School to a merit-based admissions system, two years after it first switched to a lottery-based system.

Liberals Push Biden to Go Further on Student Loan Forgiveness

When President Joe Biden arrived in his home state of Delaware on Friday, he was greeted by new calls to enact a student loan debt forgiveness plan that goes far beyond his campaign pledge.

Beware the EU’s New Internet Regulations

Writing in the New York Times, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen writes that new European Internet regulations will “make social media far better without impinging on free speech.” That isn’t true, and the ways in which it isn’t true illustrate rather well just how difficult it would be to regulate social-media platforms without undermining free speech.

Key Senator Says Liberals Using Race, Lawsuits to Facilitate Election Fraud

Former DOJ official calls Biden coordination with liberal groups "a very incestuous circle."

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