June 17, 2019

Daily Wire Backstage discussion

Had to share this discussion from last week:

Conservatives should want tech monopolies busted

Bill Whittle makes the case that anti-monopoly moves by government are pro free market. More specifically, he argues why we should break up YouTube, Google and Facebook.

June 16, 2019

The myth of the gender wage gap explained

Via PragerU, the explanation is pretty simple, really:


Censorship: Are we are living in Inception now?

Tim Pool's video about censorship is being censored by YouTube. If the video below about the censorship of censorship is censored then we are living in the movie Inception.

Sunday Verse


June 15, 2019

Has Parler become the censorship-free alternative to Twitter?

Parler is the French verb to speak, (pronounced Par-LAY) and it might be becoming the free speech alternative to Twitter.



Left wing media bleeding viewers and jobs

A lot of conservatives are jubilant about the slow and agonizing death of far left fake news media outlets.  Count me among them but I cannot but help considering what the unintended consequences of the displacement of all these radicals into unemployment or jobs at Starbucks.  Okay, maybe only a little.

Saturday Learning Series - return to geography (Liechtenstein)

It's been a while since geography featured in the Saturday Learning Series, but it's back now with Liechtenstein:



And the flag:

June 14, 2019

I can't let this pass.

The Toronto Raptors  are the 2019 NBA Champions:


And some earlier series' highlights...

Project Veritas is fighting back - this time it's Pinterest

Project Veritas reveals that Pinterest is also anti-free speech:



Then the guy who came forward, sadly, got placed on administrative leave.



And then Project Veritas also got hit:



This is a coordinated big tech exercise to silence dissent, nothing less.

Paul Joseph Watson & Jordan Peterson are fighting back

Paul Joseph Watson is trying to fight back against Youtube and other social media censorship:



So is Jordan Peterson:



Are these the final answers to YouTube and Facebook? Probably not, but they are steps in the right direction, even if only temporary solutions. Perhaps if one of them takes off then maybe conservatives, and free speech advocates will have a real, viable platform sooner rather than later.

Friday Musical Interlude - Roseanne Cash

Seven Year Ache, from 1981.

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