Texas Law Allowing Law Enforcement To Deport Illegal Migrants Put Back On Hold
Just a few hours after the Supreme Court allowed a Texas law to take effect that gave authorities the right to arrest people who they suspect entered the country illegally, a federal appeals court has issued an order that puts it on hold.  Read More.
Red Alert: Justice Jackson Worries The First Amendment 'Hamstringing' Government
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was ridiculed on Monday after voicing her concerns that the First Amendment could limit the federal government. Read More.
America First Legal Exposes Federal Government Pushing for Aggressive Censorship of Independent Voices
Internal documents obtained by America First Legal from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have revealed a disturbing initiative to promote widespread censorship practices across various sectors, Read More.
Did Government ‘Coerce’ Tech Giants? Supreme Court Weighs Arguments in Landmark Censorship Case
The U.S. Supreme Court today heard arguments in a case that could determine if the U.S. government can legally pressure tech companies to remove content from social media platforms without violating the First Amendment. Read More.
When Life Gives You Lemon, Don't Engage (Watch)
Elon Musk grew visibly irritated during an interview with Don Lemon in which the billionaire head of Tesla, X and SpaceX defended his views on content moderation and diversity. Read More.
MRC: Google has ‘interfered’ with elections 41 times over the last 16 years
Google has “interfered" with major elections 41 times over the last 16 years, according to a new study from the Media Research Center. Read More.
Trump: "Facebook Is the Enemy of the People "
President Donald Trump sat down with Newsmax host Greg Kelly for an interview that aired Wednesday night. Read More.
TikTok CEO won't answer question about Chinese influence
TikTok CEO Shou Chew did not answer questions in Washington about his company's relationship with the Chinese Communist Party on Thursday. Read More.
JPMorgan To Roll Out Controversial Biometric Payments
Face-scanning payments are planned for 2025. Read More.
TikTok ban moves forward as House passes bill; fight shifts to Senate
The House approved a bill that calls for China tech giant ByteDance to divest TikTok or the popular social video app will effectively be banned in the U.S. Read More.
Rumble makes offer to buy and operate TikTok in the US
“In the event that ByteDance divests its ownership in TikTok, Rumble is ready to join a consortium with other parties seeking to acquire and operate TikTok inside the United States.” Read More.
Rumble Launches Rumble Cloud, a Cloud and Hosting Platform For Breaking Free of Big Tech
A new online infrastructure provider dedicated to the free and open internet. Read More.
Trudeau Demands Life In Prison For Speech Crimes
Shocking crackdown by Canada’s Liberal Party also seeks incarceration for crimes that haven’t been committed Read More.
Trudeau's 'Online Harms' bill could criminalize the pro-life, pro-family movement
If the Online Harms bill passes, Trudeau will have succeeded in transforming our beloved country into a new type of woke totalitarian state where liberal dogma is sacrosanct and free speech is dead. Read More.

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