Sunday, July 31, 2022

How progressive groups like the ACLU make New York City more dangerous

How progressive groups like the ACLU make New York City more dangerous

The peasants eat too much meat and that's bad for the climate deities...

Beef Prices Expected to Increase Even More, as Farmers Are Forced to Sell off Cattle Herds

Magness's post on Facebook about the U.S. being in a recession was fact-checked by Facebook and a warning posted online

'We live in an Orwellian hell-scape': Facebook fact-checks top economist for stating America IS in a recession after Biden refused to admit it

  • Phillip Magness, the research and education director at the American Institute for Economic Research, believes the U.S. is in a recession
  • Economists usually say it is a recession when two successive quarters have seen negative growth: data on Thursday showed the definition had been met
  • The White House is instead relying on an 'official declaration' from the the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), which can be very slow
  • Magness's post on Facebook about the U.S. being in a recession was fact-checked by Facebook and a warning posted online
  • 'We live in an Orwellian hell-scape,' he tweeted. 'Facebook is now 'fact checking' anyone who questions the White House's word-games' 

Life in NYC: Anti Semitism and a culture of unpunished violent behavior.

Guess which way this black supremacist will rule?

Ketanji Brown Jackson will rule on one affirmative action case despite recusal pledge

Fighting Google's censorship

Court Rejects Google's Attempt to Dismiss Rumble's Antitrust Lawsuit, Ensuring Vast Discovery

An unusual and significant court ruling entitles YouTube's main competitor, Rumble, to obtain long-hidden internal documents on Google's search engine manipulations.

In this Photo illustration a Google logo seen displayed on an android smartphone. (Photo Illustration by Avishek Das/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

A federal district court in California on Friday denied Google's motion to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that the Silicon Valley giant is violating federal antitrust laws by preventing fair competition against its YouTube video platform. The lawsuit against Google, which has owned YouTube since its 2006 purchase for $1.65 billion, was brought in early 2021 by Rumble, the free speech competitor to YouTube. Its central claim is that Google's abuse of its monopolistic stranglehold on search engines to destroy all competitors to its various other platforms is illegal under the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, which makes it unlawful to “monopolize, or attempt to monopolize…any part of the trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations.”

It is rare for antitrust suits against the four Big Tech corporate giants (Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon) to avoid early motions to dismiss. Friday's decision against Google ensures that the suit now proceeds to the discovery stage, where Rumble will have the right to obtain from Google a broad and sweeping range of information about its practices, including internal documents on Google's algorithmic manipulation of its search engine and the onerous requirements it imposes on companies dependent upon its infrastructure to all but force customers to use YouTube. 

Founded in 2013, Rumble began experiencing explosive growth in the run-up to the 2020 election. Americans were encountering escalating and aggressive Big Tech censorship of political content as the election approached. Conservative politicians, followed by a wide range of heterodox voices on the right and left, began migrating by the millions away from Google's YouTube to Rumble, which has promised and provided far more permissive free speech rights. That was at the time when Google and other Big Tech platforms — at the urging of the Democratic-controlled Congress— began aggressively increasing its censorship of political video content on YouTube in the name of combatting “disinformation” and “hate speech.” 

The explosive user growth which Rumble enjoyed in 2020 has continued to rapidly increase, as Big Tech generally, and Google specifically, clamped down further on dissident views in the name of the COVID pandemic, and now even more so with respect to the US/NATO role in the war in Ukraine. More and more prominent politicians, journalists and commentators, along with smaller content creators, have either been banned by YouTube or left on their own accord to join Rumble as Google's crackdown on free speech intensifies. The ability to speak more freely on Rumble regarding the most contentious political debates has become one of the key drivers of the exodus of users from YouTube to Rumble.

If you don't have agency over your body you are not free

Victory for Freedom: Medical Employees Win Historic Settlement in Case Against COVID Mandates

Te Seth Rich murder and FBI dishonesty.

FLASHBACK: FBI Seth Rich Document Dump Included Emails Mentioning the Clintons and Mueller in Discussions of Seth Rich’s Death

LBGTQ community is pro Palestinian but the Palestinians don't think much of them...evidence below.

It's amazing to see just how strongly many LGBT+ Americans are allied with Palestine in the Israel-Palestine conflict because the Palestinians aren't exactly pro-LGBTQ. 

Documentary filmmaker Ami Horowitz decided to go into the West Bank to ask people on the streets of the Palestinian territories to explain their views firsthand. What he discovered was a shocking and even violent intolerance for the LGBT+ community. 

Ami joined Glenn Beck on the radio program to share a sample of his eye-opening footage and the stunning reactions he received from pro-Palestinian (and vehemently anti-Isreal) LGBT+ Americans.

Watch the video clip below. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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Was she drunk, high on something or just a Democrat exhibiting her specialness


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There are calls for a New Jersey councilwoman to resign after shocking video was released of her plowing into a bicyclist with her vehicle and fleeing the crime scene

Traffic cameras caught the moment that Democratic Jersey City Councilwoman Amy DeGise was involved in a disturbing hit-and-run that catapulted a delivery person into the air. 

Around 8 a.m. on July 19, DeGise sped through an intersection in Jersey City. DeGise's black Nissan Rogue slammed into 29-year-old UberEats deliveryman Andrew Black. The impact of the crash flipped Black airborne until he slammed violently onto the pavement. The severity of the crash caused Black's shoes to fall off. Black and his wrecked bicycle were flung feet from the crash. 

The Democrat lock on insane women

Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) has changed her story as to why she flashed an obscene gesture at Republicans at the Congressional Baseball Game. However, the liberal lawmaker still maintained that she was the victim of the situation and somehow managed to blame Republican women. 

During the Congressional Baseball Game on Thursday, Sanchez was lifted for a pinch runner. As the Democratic representative was jogging in foul territory, she gave the middle finger as she passed the Republican dugout.

Sanchez issued a statement on her outlandish behavior on Friday – which made it seem that she flipped the bird because of rude comments made by GOP lawmakers. 

“The Congressional Baseball Game is one of my favorite events of the year. It’s a great cause and brings both sides of the aisle together for a night off from partisan politics,” Sanchez said. “That is why it really struck a nerve when I heard an offensive and misogynistic comment from the Republican side on my way back to the dugout.”

Saturday, July 30, 2022

The CCP does not recognize the concept of independence

China announces military drills in Taiwan Strait

China said it was holding live-fire military exercises off its coast opposite Taiwan, amid rising tensions with the US over a possible trip to the self-governing island by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Who drove the Chicago Bears out of Chicago