Can anyone recall the many times that Twitter banned information or announcements, photos and videos of protests and riots by Antifa and BLM in the dozens of various cities last year, because it must have been hundreds. Or maybe it was zero times. It’s so hard to say. After all, hundreds and zero are so very similar.
from the Blaze:
Cops arrest man for allegedly impersonating a police officer, say he was pulling over vehicles for his YouTube channel
Utah authorities said this week that they arrested an 18-year-old man and charged him with impersonating a police officer.
The suspect, who remains unnamed at the time of this reporting, allegedly impersonated the officer for his YouTube channel, according to Insider.
Imagine being fired from your job over a lousy tweet.
Did you tweet your undying love and support for mass killing? Did you tweet your hatred of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Nope – none of the above.
Michigan High school social studies teacher and coach Justin Kucera was on with Glenn Beck to explain his capital and fireable offense. He tweeted his support for President Trump, by simply stating, “I’m done being silent – Trump is our President.” That’s it, but evidently enough for the leftist academia.
But that wasn’t really why, according to Beck. He postulates that Kucera was actually fired for daring to speak up and speak out. And that won’t fly with the shut-um down leftist mob. Beck is correct.
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
So unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere, you’re aware that the Blaze’s Steven Crowder, you know, Louder with Crowder, was completely demonetized by the “open forum platform,” YouTube.
The dude has like 4 million followers and earns a darned good living from his YouTube channel.
But thanks to some leftists, he will longer get paid for his work. Free speech in America is fast going extinct.
A YouTuber dedicated to reviewing soldier rations, past and present, has finally run into one pack of military chow even he can’t eat.
Steve1989MREInfo has reviewed rations from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, in conflicts from the American Civil War (believe it) to those feeding troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He’s reviewed scores of military rations from countries as diverse as the U.S., Russia, Spain, the U.K., South Korea, Belarus, France, New Zealand, Finland, Canada, Japan, Slovenia, and Indonesia. “Steve” has eaten it all…or tried to.
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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President Trump’s performance from the Oval Office on Tuesday was OK to good. It wasn’t great – it wasn’t Reganesque. Some might say he looked uncomfortable and wooden.
But that’s not Trump’s fault. This isn’t what he does. What he does well is play to the people.
The public is used to the boisterous Trump – animated, adlibbing at rallies and looking at home. Despite having years of experience as star of the Apprentice, he did not appear at ease in front of the lone camera.
However, he looked sincere, because he is sincere. For him, and us who support him, this has nothing at all to do with politics. This is about safety, security, fairness and the rule of law. Easily his best line of the night: “Some have suggested a barrier is immoral. But then why do politicians build walls, fences and gates around their homes? They don’t do it because they hate the people on the outside — they do it because they love the people on the inside.”
A few days ago, Prager University released another video on YouTube. This segment is about, what else, the caravan. Ami Horowitz, American documentary filmmaker, and writer, producer, and director of Ami on the Streets, left the comfort of the United States and headed South to join the caravan in the process of moving through Mexico to our Southern border. Embedded with caravan, he learned some rather revealing things.
We hear it all the time – America described as a democracy. It’s pervasive in today’s society, particularly in the political class.
One of my heroes, economist and former fill-in host for Rush Limbaugh, Walter E. Williams, explains just why America is not a democracy, and why our Founding Fathers were very clear about it.
Campus Reform recently sent one of their people out to troll the streets of Washington DC. He asked college-aged passers-by their thoughts on the supreme Court decision allowing the Colorado baker to refuse to bake a wedding cake for a homosexual couple. Should the baker be forced to bake the cake. He asked: “Do you agree or disagree with that ruling?”
The responses started out as we would expect. They all disagreed. But then he threw in a couple of curve ball questions and things got a bit more muddled. Shockingly, the responses were not all bad.