Senators Investigate Disturbing Report About TikTok’s Hiring Practices
Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) are inquiring about TikTok's reportedly shadowy hiring practices that appear to be ushering in Communist Party-tied executives. In a letter sent to the company, the senators expressed national security concerns over reports that several high level China-based exectives for Bytedance have moved to the U.S. to work for TikTok.
SHOCK Poll Shows Majority of Dems OK with Undoing THIS Bedrock Freedom
A new poll from RealClear Opinion Research confirms what we already know: the majority of Democrats are fine with online censorship. In fact, they are the ones pushing for it.
Sens. Hawley, Blumenthal Tell AI Companies No Section 230 for You!
Senators Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) introduced legislation that would prevent generative artificial intelligence companies from taking advantage of Section 230 immunity.
Senators DEMAND Answers in Damning Letter Over New TikTok Revelations
TikTok has found itself once again in deep waters over its alleged mishandling of Americans’ private data, after the launch of a bipartisan congressional probe.
OpenAI CEO: AI May Cause ‘Significant Harm to the World’
The OpenAI CEO inadvertently confirmed to Congress that concerns over AI becoming a digital god that could wreak havoc on the world are not hyperbolic.
With the Debt Limit, It’s the Same Old Song
The very term “debt limit” makes a mockery of any kind of responsible budgeting. Each time the government reaches the “limit” it gets raised with the familiar scenarios that include threats of a government shutdown (an idea that increasingly appeals to some conservatives) and the claim that the “full faith and credit” of the U.S. is at stake. We have faith and credit? Who knew?
Twitter Files Expose Dems Pressuring Twitter on Russia Collusion Hoax
Democrats pushed Twitter to support the Russia-Trump collusion hoax without evidence, as per the revelations in Thursday's newest batch of Twitter Files. The accusations of “Russia collusion” (“Russiagate”) against then-President Donald Trump turned out to be lies, but that didn’t stop Democrats from pushing the accusations.
Dem Senators Ask FTC to Investigate Musk’s Twitter Changes
Several Democratic United States Senators wrote a letter asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Elon Musk’s major changes at Twitter.
Dem Senators Pressure YouTube to Censor So-Called ‘Ghost Gun’ Videos
In the latest censorship effort to demonize self-defense tools, five Democratic Party senators are pressuring YouTube to remove “ghost gun” videos.
New Bipartisan Legislation Aims to Increase Online Safety for Kids
A new bipartisan Senate bill reportedly aims to give parents more control over the time that their children spend online, but Congress may face a whole new world of safety and privacy concerns with the new metaverse.
Report: Facebook Strategized to Divide Congress, Not Apologize
Facebook has done everything since “whistleblower” Frances Haugen’s revelations except apologize. The company changed its name, denied massive problems, and reportedly even sold different narratives to politicians from different ends of the political spectrum.
Lawmakers Want PRO-CENSORSHIP Biden to Help Reform Tech
Lawmakers from both parties want President Joe Biden to get involved in new tech legislation leading up to the 2022 election. This is a dangerous move for free speech, as Biden’s administration has explicitly supported increased censorship online.
Lib TV News Ignores Sen. Blumenthal Attending Communist Party Event
On Friday, senator stolen valor a.k.a. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal (CT) apologized and pleaded ignorance when it was exposed that he attended an event affiliated with the Communist Party USA the previous weekend. The entire story came and went last week…
Sen. Blumenthal Touts UK Regs for US Social Media
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) repeatedly praised U.K. regulation of social media platforms and called for the U.S. to adopt the U.K. model at a Dec. 8 Senate hearing on Instagram. Both the U.K. government and Blumenthal tend to support increased censorship and restrictions of online speech, however.