Mary W. Maxwell, Trump’s Lawsuit against Twitter Is a Masterpiece. It Will Save Us!

By Mary W. Maxwell This lawsuit is superb.  It is brilliant. It will solve the problem of Free Speech.  Thank you, Twitter, for making such an egregious error in shutting down the communication of a sitting president of the United States.  Thank you, Jack Dorsey, for buckling under pressure from (then) Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Richard Blumental, Nancy What’s Her Name, and the CDC, such as to make possible this searing plaint to the courts. Thank you, CDC, for being your usual awful self, harming us citizens to the max.…

Jon Rappoport, Alert: The Operation to Squash Protests in America

by Jon Rappoport   PART ONE The Department of Justice has announced it’s mounting a full-scale operation to arrest and charge people who broke into the Capitol on January 6. There will be a wide-ranging menu of charges, starting with criminal trespass, and moving all the way to weapons possession, theft of National Security data, assault, and sedition. The DOJ list of charges is meant to impress the American people. Of course, an impressive DOJ list could have been leveled against thousands of people who participated in Antifa/BLM-led burning, looting,…

Dennis Prager, Capitol Siege Was ‘Vile’ but Left’s Suppression of Free Speech Is Worse

BY TOM OZIMEK AND JAN JEKIELEK ‘The left in the United States is totalitarian’ Radio talk show host and columnist Dennis Prager said in an interview with The Epoch Times’ American Thought Leaders program Tuesday that, while last week’s violent siege of the U.S. Capitol was “vile” and “disgusting” and worthy of condemnation, the ongoing suppression of free speech in America by the left poses a bigger threat. Prager was responding to a question about criticism leveled by some media personalities against some conservatives and “China hawks” who they accuse of being much more concerned about denouncing…

Thomas Muller, Observations on the Squirrel Hill Synagogue Shooting (Updated)

Thomas Müller At this stage of our national arrested development, if we can’t find an intrepid journalist(s) with a pair — like a Michael Hastings or Gary Webb, for example — to investigate the Squirrel Hill and other shootings and to corroborate the evidence and victims, then it will simply be one more nail in the already sealed “U.S. coffin.” One of the most startling elements of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting event is that nine of the 11 killed were seniors, and five could be classified as quite elderly. Average…