Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Biden Cronies Scramble To Deny the Obvious in Big Tech Censorship Lawsuit

 
 
September 13 2023
 
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
Biden Cronies Scramble To Deny the Obvious in Big Tech Censorship Lawsuit
By Tyler O'Neil

The plaintiffs in the case allege that the Biden administration "suppressed conservative-leaning free speech" on the Hunter Biden laptop story, COVID-19 issues, and voting by mail.
NEWS
'American People Are Sick of It': House Freedom Caucus Vows to Oppose More Reckless Spending
By Fred Lucas

"We are not interested in a continuing resolution that continues the policies and the spending of the Biden-Schumer-Pelosi era," says Rep. Scott Perry.
COMMENTARY
How UAW's Unrealistic Contract Demands Would Backfire on Union
By Rachel Greszler

The UAW's current contracts with the Big Three—General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis (formerly Chrysler)—expire at 11:59 p.m. Thursday. Absent a deal, the union stands ready to strike.
ANALYSIS
Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin 'Want to Create Their Own New Rules,' Asian Studies Expert Says
By Samantha Aschieris

The Heritage Foundation's Erin Walsh discusses President Biden's recent comments that he doesn't "want to contain China" and Kim Jong Un's meeting with Vladimir Putin.
NEWS
X-RATED: At Hearing, Senator Reads Pornographic Excerpts From LGBT Books Targeted at Kids
By Arjun Singh

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., reads from pornographic books at a Senate hearing amid a heated exchange about school boards removing such books from libraries.
COMMENTARY
The Poignancy and Power of 'Rich Men North of Richmond' Was Never Political
By Salena Zito

If you were a person who has lived the pain Oliver Anthony wrote about in "Rich Men North of Richmond," you knew immediately it was never about the Right or the Left.
COMMENTARY
Biden Loves Vacations. His Economic Policies Mean Most Americans Can't Afford One.
By EJ Antoni

The middle class is demonstrably worse off under President Biden, but that hasn't stopped him from spending 40% of his presidency on vacation.
COMMENTARY
ICYMI: Connecting the Dots Between Fani Willis and Unrepentant Communists
By Mike Gonzalez

Communist apparatchik Angela Davis' appearance in the middle of former President Trump's Atlanta prosecution saga is a reminder of how selective justice has been in prosecuting political violence.
 
     
 
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