The social media oligopolies appear to believe they can act with impunity. The public and now government backlash may end up destroying their business models, and they will have no one but themselves to blame.
An ecosystem of Google-funded academics, think tankers and hangers-on will fan out to defend the search giant from the Justice Department’s antitrust case.
Yes, Donald Trump is running again, but this year’s election is different in some important ways.
The radical leftist elites and Trump haters have no idea that many Americans consider them to be the problem.
Joe Biden’s son, brother eyed connecting Beijing billionaire with regime security ties with top elected Democrats to advance proposed Chinese investment in critical U.S.infrastructure.
Have we ever witnessed a stranger anomaly in modern presidential politics than the craven contempt the Biden campaign, the media and social media have shown for the American electorate in their disgraceful conspiracy to hide Joe Biden?
After Attorney General William Barr designated New York, along with Portland and Seattle, as “anarchistic” cities, Gotham mayor Bill de Blasio expressed outrage. He characterized it as a political attack on “black and brown cities”—though Portland and Seattle are two of the whitest cities in the nation—and denied that New York is remotely lawless or otherwise anarchic. Now the mayors of the three jurisdictions, facing the loss of federal funding, have sued the administration, calling the designation false and illegal.
Biden’s challenge was that the President lies in a manner that is so unanchored to reality that it becomes disorienting for anyone watching.
In March of 2016, I wrote that I would likely support Donald Trump because he was the only presidential candidate speaking for working-class Americans. I also viewed the contempt for Trump by the media and elite of both parties as contempt for his supporters as well.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In the final two weeks before Election Day, President Donald Trump is placing an awfully big bet on the premise that casting his opponent as an insider has the same value it did four years ago.