Biden went after Trump calling him a 'toxic presence' and accused him of 'stoking violence in our cities' asking voters, 'Do you really feel safer under Trump?' Biden also condemned riots and looting and called on Americans to 'stand against violence - in every form it takes.' … [Read more...] about Donald Trump calls Joe Biden ‘low energy’ and claims he is ‘back in his basement’ hours before opponent’s speech slamming him on schools – after claiming Democrat is on ‘enhancement’ drug
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'People must recognize that our thoughts, opinions, and even the choice of who we vote for are being manipulated and invisibly coerced by the media and tech giants,' the 26-year-old Georgetown Law Center graduate said. … [Read more...] about Melania Trump’s convention speech got the highest marks of the president’s family’s addresses, poll finds, eclipsing Ivanka’s – with Eric and Don Jr. least-liked of the week
'Never let anybody tell you can't do something! God put us all here for a reason. Find that reason and be proud of it and work your tails off every day towards it! All the haters are doing is elevating your voice and platform to much greater heights! Last thing, always deal with the hate being thrown at you with LOVE! Love over hate every day. Love should come naturally as people are TAUGHT to hate,' he noted. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump says flying the Confederate flag is ‘freedom of speech’ after lashing out at NASCAR for banning it in latest culture war intervention
In regulating spaces for public discourse, states have to keep in mind that different platforms have different functions. Some companies act as access providers by allowing users to access social media sites without a data plan. Others host user-generated content, aggregate information and enable searches, and use algorithms to recommend certain content. Depending on the function, the responsibilities of platforms vary. The higher the risks, the tighter the obligations of companies. … [Read more...] about Twitter and QAnon: when should freedom of speech be free?
‘At the end of a business conference, there’s nothing more dreary than having to sit through a long, pompous address by someone who used to be in power, going on and on about how they weren’t to blame,’ said the chairman of MFWL (Muzzles for Former World Leaders). ‘So we raise money to pay them to stay at home.’ … [Read more...] about CRAIG BROWN: The news you missed in lockdown (Part I) – how sausage rolls can save the nation!