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When It Comes to the Coronavirus, What – and Who – Should We Believe?

If not for a free and inquisitive press, it is unclear what America would know about the health of the leader of the free world.  President Trump’s personal doctor, Sean Conley, and his Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, have given incomplete and often conflicting messages at a time when the White House is facing the most severe medical crisis...

Automation Drives Censorship on Youtube

In response to videos relating to COVID-19, Youtube, Twitter and Facebook have removed videos containing information they deemed “false” or “misleading.” For example, a Breitbart video of doctors speaking outside of the Supreme Court was pulled from these sites after gaining millions of views. According to a Facebook spokesperson, the video was pulled “for sharing false information about cures...

The Many Lawsuits of Devin Nunes

Perhaps the headline writer for a Washington Post opinion column framed it best:  “Raise your hand if you have not been sued by Devin Nunes.” Nunes, a conservative Republican congressman from the San Joaquin Valley in California and the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, apparently believes he is a man under siege, and he is fighting back. He has...

Don’t Cancel the First Amendment

Originally published by National Review, written by Charles C. W. Cooke. Of all the strange and fanciful notions that have bubbled up to the surface of our politics in recent decades, the idea that the First Amendment to the United States Constitution represents a boon to the “ruling class” must be the silliest one of all. And yet, bubbled up it...