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Facebook’s explanation for the InfoWars ban claims that the site posts material which “glorifies violence,” and also uses “dehumanizing language.”
But the social media Masters of the Universe have made no attempt to explain why InfoWars should be banned while leftist pages with a
Fresno State University professor, Randa Jarrar made a controversial tweet that caused an uproar for many who saw the message as a “dig against whites”, but really was a racist message against people of color.
To the readers and the community of Woodland Park, Colarado:
Internet Deputy is dedicated to reporting the news that is often not reported, whether it be an exclusive story or an angle not covered in the mainstream media.
On July 25, 2017, one such story highlighted the ill behavior of the president of the Farmers Market in the community of Woodland Park, Colorado.
Internet Deputy stands by the facts of the story, but would like to state the following for the record:
While Steve Storrs’ behavior did happen as per the article, he is not a reflection of the community. No person or organization within, or affiliated with the Farmer’s Market endorsed the actions of its president. The little open air market has become an institution within the community and should not be
People with traditional American values are being shouted down, bullied, assaulted, and even killed all over the United States due to their beliefs.
On a daily basis, reports pour in that show the left getting ever bolder in its attack on those with whom they disagree.
While this behavior generally happens more in densely populated cities, it has begun to move into smaller communities. Even small towns, where traditionally a great deal of attention is paid to respecting neighbors, the hatred is beginning to show itself. One such example occurred recently in Woodland Park, Colorado, a town of approximately 7400 residents.
On Friday, July 20th, the president of the Woodland Colorado
While former President Barack Obama waxes eloquent in South Africa during the celebration of iconic leader Nelson Mandala’s 100th birthday,
By: Josh Siegel
Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R-Fla., on Monday will become the first Republican to introduce national carbon pricing legislation in nearly a decade, which is prompting an effort by people in his own party to kill it.
At an off-the-record meeting between news source executives and Facebook, BuzzFeed and Huff Post’s representatives showed disdain for their conservative counterparts.
On Thursday, President Donald Trump will visit the United Kingdom following the NATO summit. The United States and the UK, once considered to be ideologically aligned are now at odds.