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CNN employee admits to propaganda during election, says climate change is next

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A CNN employee admitted to the network’s tactics of ‘propaganda’ in hidden camera footage released by Project Veritas. What’s worse, having seen it succeed spectacularly, he admits that pushing a climate change ...

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CNN asserts a baby’s biological sex can’t be determined at birth

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CNN is being mocked for an actual news report that asserted a baby’s sex cannot be determined at birth. The odd statement came in a story that was critical of South Dakota ...

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Myth vs. Fact on Georgia voting reform bill

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Media outlets and some democrats are describing the new voter laws in Georgia as “Jim Crow” laws. But what’s the truth? We know that the law, as signed by Georgia Gov. Brian ...

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Florida Democrats defend Republican Gov. DeSantis over 60 Minutes story

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The CBS news program 60 Minutes is being accused of false reporting on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his vaccine rollout.  The Republican has found some unlikely allies in state Democrat officials ...

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Youtube caught tampering with Joe Biden’s video ‘dislikes’

YouTube announced it is experimenting with removing the “dislike” count on posts. The move has many questioning their motive after the Tech Giant was caught deleting the dislikes on videos posted by ...

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USA Today editor who called for ORU to be banned by NCAA fired for controversial tweet

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“USA Today” has fired the editor who wrote a controversial column demanding that a Christian university be banned from the NCAA basketball tournament. Hemal Jhaveri, who formerly worked as the race and ...

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Rush Limbaugh’s generosity remembered as Dan Bongino moves into his time slot

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Rush Limbaugh fans will continue to be able to hear the late talk show host’s broadcasts. Premiere Networks, the company that syndicated Limbaugh’s afternoon program to some 600 radio stations across the ...

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Utah Governor signs phone porn filter law

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Smartphones and tablets will have a porn filter after the governor of Utah signed a new law meant to protect children. The law, which was signed Tuesday, requires a filter blocking pornography ...

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Christian journalist among media members questioning access to Biden Administration

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Journalists ranging from a Christian reporter to a writer for “Playboy” are concerned about limited access to the Biden Administration. Dr. Matthew Anthony Harper, a White House investigative journalist who writes for ...

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MSNBC’s Joy Reid continues stoking racial division

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Joy Reid, host of MSNBC’s The ReidOut, continues to stoke racial division even while her ratings nosedive. According to the latest numbers, The ReidOut has lost 20 percent of its viewers just ...

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Facebook’s blackout of Australian news and how Big Tech is swallowing the web

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When Facebook disabled Australians’ access to news articles on its platform, and blocked sharing of articles from Australian news organizations, the company moved a step closer to killing the World Wide Web – the ...

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Missouri legislation would ban Big Tech from censoring users

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Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would prevent social media and other Big Tech companies from censoring users. The “Stop Social Media Censorship Act” from Rep. Jeff Coleman would prohibit social ...

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Lifetime cancels D. James Kennedy Ministries

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The popular weekly ministry show of Dr. James Kennedy Ministries’ (DJKM) has been canceled by the Liftime network.  Truths That Transform has been on the air for decades but its biblical discussion ...

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Parler back online with commitment to free speech

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Parler is back. The interim CEO Mark Meckler said it will continue the company’s vision of being a space that protects free speech in a way that is “more firm and entrenched ...

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Bo Snerdley seeks urgent prayers for boss Rush Limbaugh

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Bo Snerdley, the longtime producer of The Rush Limbaugh radio show, on Wednesday asked for prayers as the host battles terminal lung cancer. The comments are generating speculation that the nation’s most popular ...

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DOJ: It was Facebook, not Parler, that fueled capitol riot

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The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI have released new data contradicting media narratives that social media app Parler was the cause of the Capitol riot. Parler, the main competitor to ...

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Lou Dobbs cancelled by Fox News

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One of the most outspoken conservatives on Fox News has had his show canceled. The Los Angeles Times reports that Lou Dobbs Tonight, which had some of the highest ratings on the Fox ...

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Discovery Plus is one of the best streaming options for families

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America’s newest streaming service Discovery+ (or Plus) has hardly any movies and just a few scripted series. That’s not a bad things as it’s now one of the best options for families. ...

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Dear conservative, corporations are not your friends

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Over the past three decades, the Left-Right debate in America has been full of oddities and contradictions. Perhaps the strangest of them all has been the conservative movement’s devotion to the interests ...

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USA Today subtly encourages retailers to drop MyPillow

Media outlets like USA Today are seemingly putting pressure on retailers to drop MyPillow. Mike Lindell, the latest victims of the cancel culture, has already seen his linen line dropped by Kohl’s, ...

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News briefs, some of which you won’t believe

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News briefs from around the globe. New Speak on immigration The Biden administration will now refer to an individual that has entered the country illegally as “noncitizen” instead of “illegal alien” which ...

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Sen. Hawley finds new publisher for book on censorship

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Regnery Publishing will release “The Tyranny of Big Tech” by Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley this spring. Simon & Schuster broke a contract with him for his book following his vote to not ...

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Parler back in business after securing new web hosting service

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Parler has found a new hosting service after Amazon Web Services booted the social media website off their servers. “Now seems like the right time to remind you all — both lovers ...

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Merkel, world leaders defend President Trump over Big Tech bans

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Leaders around the world are criticizing big tech companies for banning President Donald Trump from their social media platforms. The president has currently been banned from Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, Reddit, and Instagram while ...

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Trump ban on social media costs tech giants more than $50 billion

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The decision to ban President Donald Trump from Facebook and Twitter has caused the two companies to lose a combined $51.2 billion in market value. A large number of pro-Trump, conservative, and ...

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