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Facebook censorship reaches into the White House

The White House Director of Social Media, Dan Scavino, Jr., announced on Monday that Facebook blocked him from replying to posts. Scavino was temporarily blocked “from making public comments,” according to a ...

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News outlet admits it withheld explosive information about Beto O’Rourke until after Senate race

Newswire service Reuters revealed over the weekend that one of its reporters sat on an explosive story about former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) until after his contentious election battle against Sen. Ted ...

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Biased media spins New Zealand shooter’s motives and tries its best to blame Trump

As details of Thursday night’s shootings in New Zealand have emerged, the mainstream liberal media are tying the shootings to President Donald Trump. But their allegations are disconnected from reality. Early Friday ...

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News show questions efforts to decide what is ‘real’ news

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If you have not had a chance to watch “Full Measure” with veteran reporter and host Sharyl Attkisson, you are missing some of the best investigative news on television. And the best ...

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Dana Perino shares her faith in interview

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While most of us are counting from one to 10, she’s counting from “I” to “me.” Dana Perino, who served as former President George W. Bush’s press secretary before launching a career ...

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Wrongly accused student goes after CNN with lawsuit

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Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann plans to sue CNN for at least $250 million, his lawyer said in a news interview. The attorney, L. Lin Wood, said in an interview with ...

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Royal couple denies Vanity Fair’s false claim of ‘gender fluid baby’

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The royal family says a report alleging that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will raise their firstborn child “gender fluid” is “totally false.” Kensington Palace issued a rare statement to The Sun ...

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News networks ignore Senate vote on infanticide

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If you didn’t hear a lot about the Senate’s recent vote on making infanticide illegal, you’re not alone. After Democrats defeated the bill, national news networks including ABC, CBS and NBC, CNN ...

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Congress forces FCC to review TV rating system

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As television becomes more filthy, Congress is taking action, requiring the Federal Communications Commission to launch a review of its TV content rating system. Pro-family advocates say the rating system misguides families ...

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Catholic student files massive lawsuit against Washington Post

Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student, is suing The Washington Post and possibly dozens of other media outlets, for $250 million in damages. “Lin Wood and Todd McMurtry filed their ...

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