Seven Days To Destiny

Vendée Globe Day 73
One week to the finish

Seven Days To Destiny

KEY POINTS:  

  • Louis Burton could benefit from his position further west but has been slowed for two rankings
  • Ruyant struggling mentally to deal with foil issues in final sprint
  • Herrmann in the match and looking after himself for the last week
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Big tech tyranny is not a myth

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 17: Jack Dorsey, Chief Executive Officer of Twitter, testifies remotely as Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., looks at his iPad during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on “Breaking the News: Censorship, Suppression, and the 2020 Election” on November 17, 2020 in Washington, DC. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are scheduled to testify remotely.(Photo By Bill Clark-Pool/Getty Images)

Big Tech censorship is not a myth or right-wing talking point. It’s always been real, and it’s always been a threat. As a conservative site that often takes aim at liberal targets, we’ve felt vulnerable to censorship for quite some time—especially since we depend on Facebook and Twitter for traffic (and Google for ad revenue). Several suspensions, policy violation notices, and threats of demonetization have validated our concerns. Continue reading

No one cared

To Democrats a ‘peaceful political demonstration’ requires, arson, gang rape, beatings killings and ritual burning of the flag of the Unites States of America……..BSDEd

No one cared this summer, when every major American city was on fire, with criminals running wild and police in retreat.

 

No one cared in 2018 when rabid feminists descended on the Capitol to protest Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

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