Author: slstaff

Only one Democrat voiced alarm over the First Amendment violation after the stunning revelation that Twitter had buried the Hunter Biden laptop story. According to reports, Democratic California representative Ro Khanna wrote Twitter’s former general counsel and director of legal, policy, and trust, Vijaya Gadde, to complain that the company’s actions were at odds with its stated rules. Elon Musk dubbed a series of tweets by Rolling Stone contributor Matt Taibbi “The Twitter Files,” in which the editor discussed the email Gadde received but chose to disregard. Democrat Ro Khanna “reaches out to Gadde and suggests she get on the…

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Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has asked that some tweets be removed. Twitter CEO Elon Musk revealed this on Friday afternoon through writer Matt Taibbi. Musk said he disclosed because it was “essential to restore public faith in the platform” after Twitter had banned the New York Post’s sensationalist article disclosing Hunter Biden’s laptop only weeks before the 2020 presidential election. With the hashtag “Here we go!! “, Musk retweeted a number of Taibbi’s posts. Taibbi first suggested that the corporation will be “progressively obliged to integrate… systems for restricting speech” to combat “spam and financial fraudsters.” With time, employees and…

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The House Judiciary Committee is looking into allegations of politicization inside the FBI. After the former FBI official accused by whistleblowers of ordering agents to classify cases as violent domestic extremism even if they did not meet standards for such canceled a Friday transcribed interview before the panel, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Jordan, threatened to subpoena her. Republicans on the Committee, led by Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), sought a meeting with Jill Sanborn, the former executive assistant director of the FBI’s National Security Branch, to discuss the agency’s priorities and investigations into violent domestic extremism.…

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Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger has remarked that Disney was “dragged” into the political struggle in Florida over the “Parental Rights in Education” bill, to which Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has responded. DeSantis made these comments during an interview with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night. Carlson set the mood by playing a video of Iger, who had recently returned as Disney’s CEO after Bob Chapek’s tumultuous stint, offering an apology for the company’s part in the conflict. What this means for the company is something I need help grasping at the moment. At a recent company-wide…

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The incoming Republican majority plans to investigate the committee’s work, as indicated by a letter from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to Committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) on January 6. It has been stated by the Republican leader that “entire swaths of findings will be left out of the Committee’s final report.” To ensure “not just institutional prerogatives but transparency to the American people,” McCarthy wrote to Thompson that all data must be kept secure. The transcripts should be made public so that the American people can judge for themselves whether or not the evidence you’ve presented backs up…

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On Tuesday, a reporter confronted Apple CEO Tim Cook, who fled behind his employees to avoid addressing questions about the company’s complicity in human rights violations by the Chinese Communist Party. Cook tried to avoid being seen by Fox News reporter Hillary Vaughn as he left a meeting with American politicians in Washington, DC. Do you believe the Chinese people should be allowed to demonstrate peacefully? The question came from Vaughn. To our inquiries, Cook gave us no response. Can you comment that manufacturing employees opposing COVID lockdowns were attacked and detained? When questioned, Vaughn put the question. The Cook…

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Resignations have surpassed terminations and layoffs as the leading source of staff turnover in recent years. Under the guise of “shared responsibility” and the Biden administration’s welcoming attitude toward Venezuelan immigration, Colombia has petitioned the United States to protect its people living in the country illegally from deportation. U.S. Ambassador Luis Gilberto Murillo Urrutia recently voiced worry to the U.S. Departments of State and Homeland Security about Colombia’s role as a transit nation for migrants, despite the country’s “tremendous graciousness” in housing over 2 million Venezuelan asylum applicants. Since migration “is a regional issue that should be handled under the…

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On Friday, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Congress to vote against the JCPA, claiming it would usher in a conservative tyranny. One of Pompeo’s alleged comments suggests giving the media cartel the power to censor conservatives, which is unacceptable. This legislation titled the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act,” should be rejected by Congress. Even though Pompeo opposed the plan, the swamp is trying to push it through Congress in the lame-duck session before the Republicans take over the House. The JCPA’s media cartel would be shielded from antitrust rules, paving the way for fruitful negotiations with internet companies.…

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After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Hillary Clinton contrasted Afghanistan under Taliban authority to the United States. Clinton remarked, “As an advanced economy as we are, by this metric, we, sadly, are appropriately classified among them.” “It’s alarming to believe that any way we’re tied to destitute Afghanistan and Sudan,” she said. Clinton added that the United States isn’t the only place where women’s health and bodily autonomy are threatened; nations like Iran and Ukraine are also seeing this trend. Clinton stated that limiting access to abortions is anti-democratic, citing global instances of dictatorship and democracy. Christiane Amanpour…

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Recent studies at Stanford University have revealed that the physiological development of adolescents’ brains accelerated during the COVID quarantines. San Francisco Bay Area researchers used MRI scans to examine the brains of 163 adolescents to “assess the influence of early life stress on psychobiology across puberty.” According to the results, 16-year-olds had more serious mental health difficulties and brains that appeared “several years” older than those of the same age assessed before the pandemic limits were enacted. According to Ian Gotlib, a professor of psychology at the School of Humanities and Sciences and the report’s primary author, “we already know…

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The study also found that Biden had the lowest approval rating of any of the eight most recent presidents. According to a survey acquired by Fox News Digital, Americans are getting more anxious about various risks and challenges confronting the country, including the possibility of a thermonuclear war and increased friction among countries over access to energy resources. In a recent survey, the Reagan National Defense Forum (RNDF) found that respondents were either very concerned or somewhat concerned about a wide range of threats that could lead to economic hardship or disparity for Americans, including thermonuclear war, terrorist attacks on…

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to make it easier for homosexual and bisexual men in monogamous relationships to donate blood, even if they have not been sexually abstinent for 90 days. According to the Wall Street Journal, people familiar with FDA planning said the new regulations would likely be implemented within the next several months. Donating blood requires potential homosexual and bisexual male donors to fill out a risk assessment form. The Food and Drug Administration has not finalized the new questionnaire or associated guidelines. Donor candidates will probably be questioned about their sexual history within the prior…

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The story of liberals being devastated by Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter has taken another unexpected turn. When I say “surprising,” I’m referring to something so essential that its absurdity comes as a complete surprise. Alyssa Milano, a Hollywood actress, says she will keep her account on the social media platform despite being called out for virtue-signaling when she turned in her Tesla to protest Musk’s purchase of the company. Milano said that she had sold her Tesla and purchased an electric Volkswagen. A publicly traded company should not use a business strategy that encourages “hate and racial superiority,” she…

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During Wednesday’s press conference, reporters asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre whether the Biden administration would try to shut down Twitter over the content it doesn’t “like.” Would you shut down Twitter if you saw anything you didn’t like after saying you’d be monitoring some of the speech on the platform? Asked Doocy. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, Peter. We avidly follow the news like everyone else. We read every article you guys put out, and Twitter gets a lot of coverage. Because of this, that is the focus of our attention. We’re keeping an…

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The United States Naval Academy denied claims made by Congress that it had withheld degrees from students who did not receive the required vaccinations. On Thursday, the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) announced that it had declined all midshipmen’s petitions for religious accommodation concerning the COVID-19 vaccine. Still, it also refuted claims made by members of Congress that existing students who had not been vaccinated had had their diplomas withheld. Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) and other Republicans in the House and Senate wrote to Naval Vice Adm. Sean Buck on Tuesday to inquire about the number of vaccine waivers given by…

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