Monday, July 24, 2017

Cable companies want to get rid of net neutrality. Without it, sites like ours could be censored, slowed down, or forced to pay extra fees. We can stop them and keep the internet open, fast, and awesome if we all contact Congress and the FCC, but we only have a few days left. Learn more.

Rush Limbaugh: “We’re in the midst of a silent coup” by the GOP establishment...

Limbaugh: “The fight is Donald Trump and his cadre ... versus the Washington establishment. It has always been that and nothing more.”

Trump ally Alex Jones: Donald Trump Jr. was “doing his job … trying to...

"That’s Donald Jr. doing his job. So that he’s trying to find Russian spies, he is now a Russian spy."

Everything you need to know about net neutrality

On July 12, 2017 we will remind online users what is at stake if the FCC decides to reverse their net neutrality rules.

NRA’s news outlet smears Women’s March as violent by equating it with a completely...

The NRA seems to be unaware that the Women’s March made headlines because it was peaceful and there were “exactly zero arrests” that day.

Alex Jones warns of pig/gorilla/human hybrids who can talk…

Jones: “You see humanoids, they’re like 80 percent gorilla, 80 percent pig, and they’re talking.”

Our celebrity president and his media accomplice

Celebrities need an accomplice and Trump understood, after all those years of collaborating with the media, that they would fulfill that role for him with wall-to-wall coverage.

Trump’s escalating assault on the press

Will news organizations be intimidated?

Mistakes in the news are not fake news

And tantrums from the faker-in-chief don’t make them so.
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Attempt to close Al-Jazeera is an attack on freedom of expression, UN says

The channel has become part of Qatar’s grand strategy, and asking them to close it down is like asking Switzerland to close its banks.

‘Morning Joe’ hosts accuse Trump of using National Enquirer to harass family

The National Enquirer also launched several false accusations against Trump's political rivals.