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If you recall, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was fired for lying about what he saw in Iraq in 2003. However, MSNBC picked him up as an anchor anyway demonstrating that integrity is not a strong point with the network. Yet, Williams had the audacity to hypocritically attack President-elect …
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Article first appeared at The Free Thought Project. On Sunday, Edgar Maddison Welch, 28, of Salisbury, North Carolina, walked through the door of the Comet Ping Pong pizza restaurant in Washington D.C., and fired his AR-15. Thankfully, no one was hurt and Welch was arrested without incident and charged with …
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There have been murmurs about it all along. Someday, they simply wouldn’t allow certain things to remain on the Internet any longer. The potential to reach a global audience with important information, and the idea that it could be in the hands of anyone is just too big. So it …
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The battle for free speech on the Internet is reaching the main stage. Curiously, authority over the world wide web has concentrated into fewer hands than ever, and has traded hands in ways that we little understand. Right now, words are being twisted, and used against us. There are cyber …
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This week on Survival Saturday, we have a hodgepodge of news.  We’ll talk about a new Supreme Court ruling that allows for a mass warrant for electronic devices, how holiday spending and massive credit card debt are both up significantly, the horrible fire in Gatlinburg, TN, and the perverse anti-Trump …
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The US Republican-led Senate failed to block the Federal Bureau of Investigation against expanded hacking powers. Reuters reports: Democratic Senator Ron Wyden attempted three times to delay the changes, which will take effect on Thursday and allow U.S. judges will be able to issue search warrants that give the FBI …
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