Nebraska university maintains ban on posters depicting guns: reports

An Omaha, Nebraska, university ordered a student organization to remove political posters depicting guns and slogans that some found offensive, according to reports. The College Fix, a conservative news website focused on higher education, reported that Creighton University has a ban on pro-Second Amendment poster, and members of the Young Americans for Liberty are currently […]

Biden admin cites data showing new border measures ‘are working,’ as new lawsuit looms

The Biden administration on Wednesday said that new border measures, which were expanded earlier this month, were already having an effect to help reduce the record migrant numbers encountered in December — a day after a lawsuit from 20 states claimed the program is unlawful. The administration has expanded a humanitarian parole program first introduced […]

NEW: “Readers Added Context They Thought People Might Want To Know” – Twitter Continues To Censor Kari Lake’s Arizona Election Lawsuit And The Gateway Pundit Reporting – Is Maricopa County Involved?

Twitter has added a new feature to their app, allowing readers to add “context they thought people might want to know” and moderating tweets through fake fact-checking. This is apparent from a recent Kari Lake Tweet, declaring that Lake and Abe Hamadeh won their elections. “The Red Wave happened. The corrupt AZ Swamp ran corrupt […]

Meta Will Restore President Trump’s Facebook and Instagram Accounts After 2 Years – Spokesman Clegg Lies and Says Facebook Believes in Open Debate

Meta announced on Wednesday the company would restore President Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts. Trump was banned in 2020 after being shadowbanned for years following the January 6 protests in Washington DC. Meta spokesperson Nick Clegg lied through his teeth about free speech in the company’s announcement. Social media is rooted in the belief that […]

Review: ‘The 1619 Project’ translates the Times’ sweeping undertaking to Hulu

The political polarization evident in the response to the 1619 Project — the New York Times’ sweeping journalistic initiative timed to the 400th anniversary of slavery in America — makes its translation to television something of an event. Yet Hulu’s six-part docuseries, “The 1619 Project,” illustrates the challenges bringing such a sweeping and complex undertaking […]

Opinion: George Santos’ drag days are an asinine smokescreen

In the past month, the media circus surrounding US Rep. George Santos, elected last November to Congress to represent a district in northeastern Queens and part of Long Island’s Nassau County, has dragged an increasingly-stunned American public through an ever-disentangling web of lies and intrigue. Much of how Santos presented himself during his 2020 run […]