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  • BuzzFeed Editor Slams Facebook For Allowing Conservatives Representation!

    Big Meeting! BuzzFeed Editor Slams Facebook For Allowing Conservatives Equal Representation!
    Ben Smith Attacks Daily Caller and Calls NY Times and Washington Post "Unbiased" 
     
    July 18, 2018
    By:Jake Fogg 
     

    At an off-the-record meeting between news source executives and Facebook, BuzzFeed and Huff Post’s representatives showed disdain for their conservative counterparts.

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  • United States, United Kingdom Now At Complete Odds

    United States, United Kingdom Now At Complete Odds 
    The Land of the Magna Carta and Winston Churchill Now Resembles Former Cold War Enemy  
     
    By:Jake Fogg 
     
    July 13, 2018

    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.

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  • New York Democrat Creates New Red Pill Movement

    New York Democrat Creates New Red Pill Movement
    The #WalkAway Campaign Is Going Viral All Over The Internet
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    By: Jake Fogg

     

    The  #WalkAway campaign is a force to be reckoned with that is trending on the internet, especially on Facebook and Twitter. The movement was started by a New York city Democrat, Brandon Straka who made a powerful video on why Democrats and liberals should walk away from the party.

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  • Clinton Official Arrested For Federal Child Sex Crimes

    Clinton Official Arrested For Federal Child Sex Crimes
    Ironically, Also The Founder of an International Organization to Eradicate Sexual Violence

    By: Jake Fogg

    The Daily Mail reported that a former Hillary Clinton official, Joel Davis,  was arrested Tuesday, June 26, 2018 for child sex abuse and child pornography according to the FBI.

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CYBERCOM SAYS CYBERATTACKS ON INFRASTRUCTURE COMING

“It is only a matter of the ‘when,’ not the ‘if’ we’re going to see a nation-state, group or actor engage in destructive behavior..."

By: Bill Gertz | Washington Times - MARCH 10, 2016

CYBERCOM says cyberattacks on infrastructure coming

The commander of the U.S. Cyber Command warned last week that he expects a major cyberattack on critical infrastructure in the United States in the future.

“It is only a matter of the ‘when,’ not the ‘if’ we’re going to see a nation-state, group or actor engage in destructive behavior against critical infrastructure in the United States,” Adm. Mike Rogers, Cyber Command chief and director of the National Security Agency, warned in a speech March 2.

Adm. Rogers’ comments, made during a security conference in San Francisco, came seven weeks after a sophisticated cyberattack on the Ukrainian electrical power grid that disrupted large segments of the country’s power network.

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PUTIN ORDERS URGENT INVESTIGATION INTO ATTACK ON JOURNALISTS NEAR CHECHNYA

Senior Russian authorities considered the threat to the lives of journalists and rights advocates “absolutely unacceptable”

By: RT - MARCH 10, 2016

Putin orders urgent investigation into attack on journalists near Chechnya

The Russian president has ordered the Interior Ministry to clarify all the circumstances behind Wednesday’s attack on a group of reporters and rights activists on their way to the Chechen capital, Grozny, and “issue a legal appraisal” of this incident.

According to Vladimir Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov, senior Russian authorities considered the threat to the lives of journalists and rights advocates “absolutely unacceptable” and expected the law enforcers to find and detain all attackers in order to ensure the safety of human rights activists and representatives of mass media.

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CHINA CRACKS DOWN ON TOP HONG KONG NEWSPAPER

Chinese social media accounts of the South China Morning Post (SCMP) have been suspended, and the media group's news websites were also blocked in China

By: Jethro Mullen | CNN - MARCH 10, 2016

China Cracks Down on Top Hong Kong Newspaper

Billionaire Jack Ma’s favorite Hong Kong newspaper appears to have become the latest victim of China’s crackdown on the media.

The Chinese social media accounts of the South China Morning Post (SCMP) have been suspended, and the media group’s news websites were also blocked in China on Thursday.

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant founded by Ma, said in December that it was buying the SCMP, Hong Kong’s leading English-language newspaper.

The takeover raised fears that mainland Chinese ownership of the paper would result in its reporting becoming more closely aligned with official Beijing views.

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EU PROLONGS SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA FOR SIX MORE MONTHS

The asset freeze and travel ban has also been prolonged

By: RT - MARCH 10, 2016

EU prolongs sanctions against Russia for six more months

The European Union on Thursday announced it is extending by six months restrictive measures against 146 Russian and Ukrainian individuals and 37 companies.

Three dead people have been removed from the list, according to a press release.
The asset freeze and travel ban has also been prolonged until 15 September 2016.

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HARVARD LAW SCHOOL WANTS TO REMOVE SLAVEHOLDER’S CREST FROM LOGO

University’s president and fellows argued the time had come to dissociate the school from the legacy of financier Isaac Royall

By: Robert Mackey | The Intercept - MARCH 8, 2016

Harvard Law School Wants to Remove Slaveholder’s Crest From Logo

After months of student protests, Harvard Law School could soon stop using its official symbol, a shield based on the crest of an 18th-century slaveholder whose donation paid for the first professorship of law at the university.

In a letter to the university’s president and fellows released on Friday, the dean of the law school, Martha L. Minow, argued that the time had come to dissociate the school from the legacy of Isaac Royall, who left Harvard part of a fortune acquired through the labor of slaves at his father’s sugar plantation in Antigua.

Every year, the dean wrote, she welcomes new students with a discussion of the benefactor’s portrait in which she notes “that while Harvard University at that time acted legally in accepting the gift, it is crucial that we never confine ourselves to solely what is currently lawful, for the great evil of slavery happened within the confines of the law.”

 

 

The dean also made public a report by a committee of Harvard Law School faculty, students, alumni and staff which recommended, by a vote of 10-2, that the shield based on the Royall family crest — a celebration of agricultural wealth with three sheaves of wheat — no longer be used. “The Law School would not today honor Isaac Royall and his bequest by taking his crest as its official symbol,” the committee observed.

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