In order for Trump to get the kind of control, he would need, all of the companies that have ownership over the broadband pathways which we Americans use would need to be convinced in some way to help with his vendetta. That or they would need to be compelled to do so. Neither is likely. Worry not short-form video fans TikTok is safe.
by Richard Cameron We’ve noticed that a lot of people are confused about the whereabouts of their stimulus check. It’s fairly well known that the IRS has some portals on their main website, that are intended to be tools for citizens to both check on the status of the payments or to submit […]
by Tony Wyman Trump Was Not Blindsided By COVID-19 On 7 February 2020, the U.S. Department of State issued a press statement from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo boasting of the contribution of critical medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) the United States was making to help the Chinese fight the […]
By Shannon D Hanson | While It may seem that keeping everyone out of election machines provides the most security, in fact, it could cost us our best chance to actually make our elections secure. What it instead of working so hard to keep hackers out we invited anyone in? Open-source software along with blockchain technology may be the best cure for electile dysfunction.
by Tony Wyman It has never in the history of humanity been easier to know the truth of things than it is today, yet Americans chose to believe things that are easily disproved with just a few clicks of a keyboard. Have we grown lazy and stupid, too distracted by the drama of reality TV […]
by Kseniya Kirillova Kseniya Kirillova is a Russian journalist. She challenged the Putin regime’s false narratives about the Kremlin’s war against Ukraine and now lives in the US. Here she interviews Arkady Bukh, who represents Russian hackers put on trial in the US. He talks about how the FSB uses hackers and some of their methods […]
by Kseniya Kirillova Just recently, the Russian state channel Russia-1 listed US military facilities that would become Kremlin’s possible targets in the event of a nuclear strike. In particular, the TV host Dmitry Kiselev (pictured above) threatened to aim the Zircon hypersonic missiles at the Pentagon and several command posts, including the control centre for nuclear forces, writes Kseniya Kirillova. […]
by Kseniya Kirillova In late November, 2018, Russian news agencies, like state-sponsored RIA Novosti and Mint Press News, accused the Integrity Initiative, a U.K.-based group devoted to countering Russia’s use of the media to spread propaganda, of being “…engaged in highly deceptive covert propaganda campaigns funded by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), NATO, […]
By Lynda Bryant-Work “Our founding fathers could not have foreseen that freedom of the press might eventually be threatened just as much by media consolidation as by government.” Marshall Herskovitz Relaxed media ownership over time has led to companies narrowing the depth of news information and opened the door to biased reporting of the […]
By Lynda Bryant-Work Two House Republicans have revived an old but ongoing issue and introduced a resolution condemning the idea of a carbon tax. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and West Virginia Rep. David McKinley filed H. CON. RES. 119 on April 28 saying a tax on carbon dioxide emissions would “be detrimental to American […]