Category Archives: Censorship

Colin Liddell: ALEX JONES AND THE COMING COLD CIVIL WAR

00:00 I discuss JF Gariepy on Alt Hyp’s video about Richard Spencer 18:00 Colin Liddell joins us 40:00 Colin Lidell on Richard Spencer 1:04:00 Matt Forney joins 1:48:00 Matt P, Robert Stark discuss their new documentary, (((Supply))) 2:05:00 Milo discussed … Continue reading

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The Case For #SMACA

TheWrap: Trump Blasts Social Media ‘Censorship’: ‘Discriminating Against Republican/Conservative Voices’ Attorney Josh Smith’s Social Media Anti-Censorship Act (#SMACA) proposal would prohibit censorship of lawful speech on major social media platforms. Here is a summary of the legislation: pic.twitter.com/WsGJRIje2o — Dan … Continue reading

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The Google Black List For Forbidden Authors

Google has a black list of banned authors. They sent security to “arrest” people on this list. pic.twitter.com/KwIB7BAYug — Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) January 8, 2018

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LAT: Pivoting to video is the biggest trend in media — but it may not prove as lucrative as publishers hope

If you want to get massive traffic from Facebook and Google, you have to produce the content that these companies want. If you want to be prosperous, you have to excel at meeting the needs of other people. If you … Continue reading

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This blog post is not intended to condone violence or hate

I was checking out some Millenial Woes videos the other day and on each video description was this ridiculous sentence: “This video is not intended to condone violence or hate.” What the hell? It seems to me that the only … Continue reading

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