Alito Rips SCOTUS for Blocking Big Tech-Gov’t Censorship Injunction

October 23rd, 2023 11:25 AM

The Supreme Court decided to intervene in the landmark Missouri v. Biden (2022) case zeroing in on the threats Big Tech-Government censorship collusion poses to free speech, but it temporarily chose to side with the government.

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Apple Drama: Mother Tells Son She Regrets Not Having Choice to Abort

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October 20th, 2023 4:15 PM

Well, we can’t say they didn’t warn us. Apple TV+’s newsroom drama The Morning Show spent the better part of episode 7, “Strict Scrutiny,” strongly pushing Hollywood’s favorite agenda- abortion. They even went so far as to have a mother express regret that she didn’t have “a choice” in front of the adult son she wasn’t able to kill, and claiming, “It was a proud moment for women…

US Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Texas Anti-Censorship Law

May 31st, 2022 8:07 PM

The Supreme Court temporarily blocked a Texas law that aims to prevent discriminative censorship on social media platforms.

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Totenberg Sees 'Very Hardcore to Right' Justices, 'Centrist' Souter

July 9th, 2018 3:07 PM
On Sunday's MSNBC Live, NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg again showed her blatant double standard in being quick to label conservative justices as "very conservative" but painting liberal justices as being more "centrist." Appearing as a guest on Sunday's MSNBC Live, Totenberg claimed that three of the current U.S. Supreme Court justices are "very hardcore people," "hard core to the…

Chicago Tribune: Supreme Court 'Extends Gun Rights

June 28th, 2010 12:26 PM
"Supreme Court extends gun rights" a headline on the Web site for the Chicago Tribune erroneously claims today.The link on the page brought readers to a story entitled "Supreme Court extends gun rights in Chicago case." Here's the opening paragraph:WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court reversed a ruling upholding Chicago's ban today and extended the reach of the 2nd Amendment as a nationwide…

MRC Study: Media Blackout of Supreme Court 'Battle

June 24th, 2010 10:32 AM
When President Obama picked Elena Kagan to replace Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, the broadcast networks referred to the upcoming Senate confirmation process as “contentious” a “meat grinder” and a “battle,” warning Kagan was “in for a fight.”But a Media Research Center analysis of the ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts in the six weeks since Kagan was nominated shows the broadcast…