Bits and Bytes

Since the 2016 election, Facebook, Google and Twitter have been punishing conservative websites and pundits by cutting their social media traffic, blocking their stories from going viral, demonetizing videos, and shutting down accounts. This month, Google banned a YouTube channel called Bombards Body Language, because they didn’t like her analysis of David Hogg’s anti-NRA speech.

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Attacks on the second amendment drive gun sales through the roof.

2018_02 26 GA Delta NRA tweet

The Georgia Senate responded to Delta’s decision to sever its relationship with the NRA by blocking a $50 million jet fuel sales tax exemption.

2018_02 25 Kim Dotcom tweet

In his first year as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt has focused on ending the weaponization of the agency that took place in the Obama administration.

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced guidelines by which health care providers may qualify for $260 million in Title X grants. These guidelines prioritize the types of programs that Planned Parenthood and other abortion groups do not offer.

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Wheaton College in Illinois won a major legal victory against the Obamacare HHS mandate last week when a district court judge ended its five-year legal battle to not cover abortifacients in its employee health plans.

 

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