From Michael Shellenberger: “A whistleblower has come forward with an explosive new trove of documents, rivaling or exceeding the Twitter Files and Facebook Files in scale and importance. They describe the activities of an “anti-disinformation” group called the Cyber Threat Intelligence League, or CTIL, that officially began as the volunteer project of data scientists and […]
A new survey from Real Clear Opinion Research finds a shockingly high number of Americans – particularly women, Democrats, and young people – want government to censor speech with which they disagree. Listen Here:
In a remarkable example of illogical gaslighting, Congressional Democrats said the government was not directing censorship of millions of Americans, but had to block social media posts in order to protect against false information. Some of which later turned out to be true. Listen Here:
Title 42 is set to expire in the next couple of days. J.D. looks at the effects this may have at the southern border. Fox News has more on Title 42: Restrictions on asylum requests that have prevented hundreds of thousands of migrants from entering the U.S. in recent years are set to expire next week, following an appeals […]
In light of the report that social media companies censored Americans upon requests from government agencies, Representative Dan Bishop (R-NC) says Congress needs to examine the matter: “If they used threats or coercion, then that would be a violation of the First Amendment and it would be could be subject to criminal prosecution or lawsuits […]
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about how dangerous media censorship could be in today's landscape and says it's even more concerning when the Left has a huge influence on social and digital media.
The six books to be pulled off shelves are “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street”, “If I Ran the Zoo”, “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” and “The Cat’s Quizzer.” The decision to cease publication and sales of the books was made last year after months of discussion, the company, which was founded by Seuss’ family, told AP.