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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

What should one do with fake news journalists? – a critical view

PJ Media is one of a very few truly excellent independent news and opinion outlets. Recently they ran a piece entitled “Should Journalists Go to Jail for Spreading Russia Lies?” The writer puts forward the title question in a very straightforward way with the first instinctual answer being “no.” However, the author goes on to…

Federal Judge: Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio Violated Religious Freedom

U.S. District Judge Gary L. Sharpe handed down a preliminary injunction on Friday against New York officials for violating the First Amendment by shutting down religious services while encouraging Black Lives Matter protests. Earlier this month, two Catholic priests and three Orthodox Jews came together in a lawsuit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New…

Censorship: Its Central Role in a Multi-Party Dictatorship

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at Strategic Culture A friend happens to run a web-archiving service and has been coming under intense pressure to remove allegedly “false” Web-pages from his archive’s records. This would be censorship by that Web-archive. I sent him this note arguing that he should not: Once you get into doing that, you…

No Coincidences: Lawsuit Filed By Laura Loomer Against Big Tech Titans Thrown Out, Loomer...

A lawsuit filed against Google, Twitter, Facebook and Apple by conservative journalist and activist Laura Loomer in conjunction with Freedom Watch, a conservative non-profit, was thrown out of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington today, the same day that President Trump threatened to take action against Twitter for their censorship of conservatives. A three-judge…

Freedom of worship under attack by liberals, caught on [Video]

When I was growing up in the US during the 1960’s, 1970’s and 1980’s, one of the prized freedoms we often and repeatedly talked about was the right to pray to God as one understands God, to be free both to go to the church of your church and to be free from going to the national…

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz Backs Down, Allows Religious Services To Resume

Democratic Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will allow religious services to resume with restrictions, the governor announced Saturday. The Minnesota governor’s new order allows for worship to resume at 25% capacity and with social distancing, “to proceed as safely as possible during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency,” local outlet Kare11 reported. “I have had many meaningful conversations…

Minnesota Churches To Reopen Against Governor’s Orders, Allege State Prioritized Reopening Casinos And Liquor...

Minnesota’s Catholic and Lutheran churches will reopen for in-person worship services in defiance of Democratic Gov. Tim Walz’s orders, citing the state’s prioritization of reopening businesses like casinos and tattoo parlors but neglecting houses of worship. In a letter to the governor, the Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, Reverend Bernard A. Hebda, affirms that…

IRONIC: Twitter Censors President Trump’s Tweet Of Michelle Malkin’s Speech on Tech Censorship

Saturday morning at 7:56 a.m. EST President Donald Trump retweeted a post from America First Clips featuring a speech by conservative journalist Michelle Malkin in which she calls out Big Tech censorship. Within the hour, the original America First Clips tweet was deleted by Twitter. Ironic. “The Radical Left is in total command & control…

These States Banned Religious Gatherings But Kept Liquor Stores Open

States have banned religious gatherings due to the coronavirus but allow liquor stores to remain open. California, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Minnesota, Illinois, New York, and Vermont prohibited in person religious gatherings as the coronavirus took hold of the United States. “The Governor never restricted religious freedom or banned religious services,” a spokeswoman for Democratic…

California Woman Might Face Charges And Jail Time For Planning Rallies

April 29, 2020 10:19 PM ET A California woman says her freedom is being threatened because she organized a rally. Naomi Soria, in an interview with the Daily Caller, said the local prosecutor is threatening to charge her after she recently organized two rallies in San Diego. (RELATED: Apr. 14: Police Threaten, Arrest North Carolina…

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