October 21, 2020


Facebook and Twitter cross a line far more dangerous than what they censor

fromTheIntercept: Just weeks before the election, the tech giants unite to block access to incriminating reporting about their preferred candidate.

"Still think this is an idea?" - San Francisco free-speech marchers, police violently attacked by Antifa

fromZeroHedge: What is striking is how Antifa rhetoric has become so prevalent as people claim that the act of silencing others is not only commendable or even itself a form of free speech.

New Stanford study suggests Biden's agenda will have 4 devastating economic consequences

fromFEE: The study concludes that Biden’s interventions would, among other things, distort labor incentives, decrease productivity, and kill jobs. 

Close to half a million ballots sent to California voters who have moved or died

fromHotAir: A new study from the Election Integrity Project California has found that close to 400,000 ballots have been sent to people who moved or died.