CBS News Gets Blasted for Advocating How ‘Companies Can Help Fight Georgia’s Restrictive New Voting Law’

Once upon a time, network television at least attempted to look objective. Now you have networks just out and out pimping for Democrats, without any shame at all about doing so, even acting as though that’s acceptable behavior. CBS News didn’t just report on what was happening or even just agree with what the Democrats… Read More CBS News Gets Blasted for Advocating How ‘Companies Can Help Fight Georgia’s Restrictive New Voting Law’

CONFLICT: Fauci’s Daughter is a Software Engineer at Twitter, A Company Which Suspends People for Disagreeing With Her Father.

In addition to readily censoring conservatives, the social media platform has also cracked down on users sharing COVID-19 “misinformation.” Amidst the heavy-handed censorship, Alison Fauci has been working at the company since graduating in 2014, The National Pulse can reveal. “She works as a software engineer and, according to her LinkedIn profile, was focused on developing “ad… Read More CONFLICT: Fauci’s Daughter is a Software Engineer at Twitter, A Company Which Suspends People for Disagreeing With Her Father.

Hawley calls for breakup of Big Tech ‘oligarchs,’ companies that ‘sold us out to China’

Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri on Friday urged fellow Republicans to support the break-up of Big Tech “oligarchs” that censor political viewpoints as well as large companies that “sold us out to China.” Hawley called for a “new nationalism” that reclaims the trust-busting mantra of the Teddy Roosevelt-era GOP to fight large companies and Democrats,… Read More Hawley calls for breakup of Big Tech ‘oligarchs,’ companies that ‘sold us out to China’

Judge “Disturbed” To Learn Google Tracks ‘Incognito’ Users, Demands Answers

When Google users browse in “Incognito” mode, just how hidden is their activity? The Alphabet Inc. unit says activating the stealth mode in Chrome, or “private browsing” in other browsers, means the company won’t “remember your activity.” But a judge with a history of taking Silicon Valley giants to task about their data collection raised… Read More Judge “Disturbed” To Learn Google Tracks ‘Incognito’ Users, Demands Answers

Why You Should Stop Using Your Android Messages App

There’s a serious issue that impacts hundreds of millions of Android users worldwide—one that should have been flagged by the huge backlash that suddenly hit WhatsApp in January. But it wasn’t, it gets surprisingly little attention, even though it puts you and your private information at risk. Here’s what you need to know. Great news… Read More Why You Should Stop Using Your Android Messages App

Amazon documents reveal company’s strategy to dodge India’s regulators

NEW DELHI – It was early 2019, and senior Amazon.com Inc executive Jay Carney was preparing for an important meeting. The former press secretary to U.S. President Barack Obama, Carney was scheduled to talk with India’s ambassador to the United States in Washington, D.C. In Delhi, the Indian government had just announced foreign direct investment regulations that threatened… Read More Amazon documents reveal company’s strategy to dodge India’s regulators

Woke Politics: The Democrats’ Plan for a Permanent Majority

With the 2020 election in the rear-view mirror, it is timely to focus on election politics for 2022 and beyond. The first step is pattern recognition: The Democrats are pursuing a multi-prong strategy to cement a permanent majority. To accomplish the goal requires upending the constitutional design. Until the scope of this effort is seen… Read More Woke Politics: The Democrats’ Plan for a Permanent Majority

Google and News Corp strike a deal as Australia seeks to make platforms pay for news

Google struck a deal with the Murdoch-owned media conglomerate News Corp as proposed legislation in Australia threatens to jeopardize tech platform’s future operations in the country. Under the three-year deal announced Wednesday, News Corp brands in the U.S., U.K. and Australia like The Wall Street Journal and New York Post will be featured in the Google News Showcase. The companies will… Read More Google and News Corp strike a deal as Australia seeks to make platforms pay for news

Australian Lawmakers Refuse to Blink After Google Threats

Australia’s Parliament will reportedly debate making Google and Facebook pay for news after a committee recently recommended no changes to drafts of proposed laws. AP News reports that Australia’s Parliament is set to debate forcing Google and Facebook to pay news publishers for their content after a Senate committee on Friday recommended no changes to drafts of… Read More Australian Lawmakers Refuse to Blink After Google Threats

YouTube Bans LifeSiteNews, Removes All of the Website’s Pro-Life Videos

As Big Tech continues its efforts to censor conservative voices, YouTube has banned the website LifeSiteNews from its popular video-sharing platform and removed all of its pro-life videos. reported the move by YouTube Wednesday on their website, revealing they lost access to more than 300,000 followers of their channel. “YouTube just completely removed the LifeSiteNews… Read More YouTube Bans LifeSiteNews, Removes All of the Website’s Pro-Life Videos