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Life Keeps Winning in Texas. Here’s What Other States Can Learn.

On November 28, the Dallas Morning News admitted that Texas Democrats didn’t get the support that they had anticipated during the 2022 midterm elections.

Medically ‘Transing’ Children is a Media-Backed Scandal, Doctors Warn

Medical scandals are particularly difficult to expose when academia, the corporate press, and the entertainment industry further them, according to doctors and investigative journalists...

EU Unveils New Legislation Aimed At Protecting Independent Media

European media could soon be subject to new rules that aim to protect journalism from government influence and spying. The Media Freedom Act, adopted last...

Courts Must Decide Whether Government Pressured Twitter to Ban Donald Trump: Attorney

ormer President Donald Trump is appealing the dismissal of his lawsuit against Twitter for violating his First Amendment rights by banning him from the platform

Pregnancy Centers Helping Women Outnumber Planned Parenthood Abortion Centers 14-1

Planned Parenthood might be favored by the media and political elite, but a new Charlotte Lozier Institute analysis finds that women are offered more options and real choices through community-based care providers.

Google’s Gmail Favors Left-Wing Candidates, Sends Far More Emails From Conservatives to Spam

‘Percentage of emails marked by Gmail as spam from right-wing candidates grew steadily as election approached,’ researchers wrote

Big Tech Profit Model ‘Fundamentally at Odds’ With Kids’ Well-Being, Advocates Say

Calling Big Tech's profit-maximizing business model "fundamentally at odds with children's well-being," a broad coalition of 60 leading advocacy groups urged Congress on Tuesday to enact stronger online protections for young people.

World Economic Forum Pushes Digital ID System That Will Determine Access to Services

The digital ID system proposes monitoring online behavior, purchases, biometrics, and more.

U.S. Economy Slows to ‘Near Standstill’ as Omicron, Supply Chain Delays, and Inflation Surge

Economic growth in the United States slowed sharply in the first weeks of the year due to supply chain disruptions, high prices, and labor shortages linked to the surge in Covid-19 infections, according to data from a purchasing managers survey released Monday.

Dont Be Tricked into Allowing Big Tech to Weaponize “Misinformation”

Tuesday’s Senate hearing with Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen was part of a slick, well-produced rollout of a former Facebook employee, complete with a prerecorded and well-timed “expose” on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” harmonious media cheerleading, and paid Democratic consultants.

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