New data from the search consultants at Sistrix indicate that online search giant Google may be intentionally burying search results for major conservative news websites to prevent the public from finding and reading them.
The headline to this article is not sensationalistic. It is not click bait. It is truth. Shocking truth. Yes, Instagram has designated videos of live worship on the streets to be in violation of community guidelines, calling the content “harmful.” Let the outrage be felt and heard.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Big Tech, Big Tech censorship, Cancel culture, freedom of speech, Google, Instagram, Josh Hawley, Prager U, Religious Liberty, Sean Feucht, YouTube
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) has introduced a bill that would allow Americans to sue companies such as Twitter, Google, and Facebook for censoring political speech. The bill comes as an activist NBC journalist contacted Google to demonetize The Federalist and then reported on it.
The Limiting Section 230 Immunity to Good Samaritans Act, which was introduced June 17 would amend Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934, is co-sponsored by U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL), Mike Braun (R-IN), Tom Cotton (R-AR), and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA).
“Big Tech companies like Twitter, Google and Facebook,” Hawley said, “have used their …
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged Black Lives Matter, Donald Trump, Facebook, Google, Josh Hawley, Kelly Loeffler, Marco Rubio, Mike Braun, Section 230 immunity, The Federalist, Tom Cotton, Twitter
Everyone who’s conscious knows that Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are in the tank for “progressivism”—also known as “Cultural Regressivism that Undermines Decency” (CRUD). While the hive at Google manipulates its algorithms to hide information that regressives don’t like, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook Overlords censor with the kind of tyrannical oppression that in the good old days liberals and radicals feared and loathed. Now that liberals and radicals control the levers of power, they have abandoned all previous philosophical commitments to freedom and liberty. A new explosive undercover video by Project Veritas exposes the extraordinary and deceitful machinations of Google …
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged Blake Lemoine, Facebook, Gennoogle, Google, James Damore, Kay Cole James, Marsha Blackburn, Mike Wacker, Project Veritas, Twitter, YouTube
Across the country, several major companies are taking action against pornography use. Tumblr, Starbucks, Comcast, and multiple hotel chains have all taken steps to reduce pornography access within their respective industry. These decisions come during a time of increasing awareness over the harms of pornography.
The hate business may not be what it used to be – at least on the government level.
The Defense Department has become the latest federal agency to sever ties with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an Alabama-based, hard-left group whose “hate map” is being used against Christian groups.
Well, bully for the Pentagon for showing that bully to the door.
The DOD’s pullback from the SPLC was reported by the Daily Caller, which said that a Justice Department attorney stated in an email that the DOD “removed any and all references to the SPLC in training materials used …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Alliance Defending Freedom, Amazon Smile, American College of Pediatricians, American Family Association, Ben Carson, D. James Kennedy Ministries, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute, Discover/Diners Club, Facebook, Family Research Council, Floyd Lee Corkins II, Google, GuideStar, Jeff Bezos, Liberty Counsel, Mat Staver, Raymond Jackson, Silicon Valley, Southern Poverty Law Center, SPLC, the Ruth Institute, Tim Cook, Twitter
Why is it that organizations like the SPLC can designate conservative Christians as hate groups while ignoring radical leftists like Antifa? Why is it that Facebook and Google and YouTube and Twitter appear to punish conservatives disproportionately for alleged violations of community guidelines? The answer is as disturbing as it is simple. The left believes it is so morally and intellectually superior to the right that it can see nothing wrong with its extreme positions and hostile words. Is it wrong to be intolerant of bigots? Is it wrong to hate (or even punch) a Nazi?
Posted in Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch, Religious Liberty
Tagged Antifa, Faceboook, Gavin Newsom, Google, Jeff Sessions, Kim Davis, Mark Zuckerberg, SPLC, Twitter, YouTube
It’s often difficult to distinguish truth from satire on websites like The Onion and the Babylon Bee, and a few days ago many woke up to this headline:
Southern Poverty Law Center Apologizes for Mislabeling Group as Anti-Muslim Extremists, Agrees to $3.3M Settlement
But it’s a real news story, not a joke. It’s from Accuracy in Media, and here is a short excerpt from its report:
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has a history of flagging its political opponents as “extremists,” apologized to Muslim anti-terrorism group Quilliam and its founder Maajid Nawaz for wrongly naming them in their Field
Posted in Federal, Religious Liberty
Tagged Amazon, Apple, Google, JP Morgan Chase, Maajid Nawaz, Quilliam Foundation, Southern Poverty Law Center, SPLC, Twitter, YouTube
Facebook, Twitter, Google and Amazon reportedly all have working partnerships with the far-left group, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which is notorious for giving conservative organizations unwarranted “hate group” labels.
Posted in Islam & Sharia, Media Watch
Tagged Alliance Defending Freedom, Allum Bokhari, Amazon, Amazon Smile, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Barack Obama, Daily Caller News Foundation, Dr. Benjamin Carson, Facebook, Family Research Council, Federation for American Immigration Reform, Floyd Lee Corkins, Google, Maajid Nawaz, Newsbusters, Peter Hasson, Ruchika Budhraja, Southern Poverty Law Center, SPLC, Tim Cook, Twitter, YouTube
Maybe you once thought that the left wanted tolerance and diversity, but in reality, tolerance and diversity have never been the goals of the left, especially the radical left. Instead, it wants to suppress and silence opposing views, and the further left you go, the more extreme the intolerance.
For those who have still not come to grips with this, let these recent examples jar you.
It is bad enough that states have been passing legislation banning counseling for minors struggling with same-sex attraction, even if they have their parents’ backing. But now, there are reports that some states are …
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged CNN, Dana Loesch, Douglas Murray, Google, Harvard College Faith and Action, Jake Tapper, Jeremy Schossau, jihad, JihadWatch, Joe Rogan, Milo Yiannopoulos, National Religious Broadcasters, NRA, Pamela Geller, Sam Harris, sharia, Todd Starnes, Twitter, YouTube
Last year brought a flurry of news reports about how Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been actively working to suppress the conservative message. Their actions are not new -- all the big four tech/social media giants are run by Leftists. Some speculate that the election of Donald Trump increased their motivation to step up their efforts.
A growing number of companies are publicly backing social causes but they might want to do so cautiously, warns a well-known pollster.
A hundred major corporations, ranging from Target to American Airlines to Best Buy, have signed on to an LGBTQ activist coalition supporting the “Equality Act,” which would federalize homosexuality and transgenderism as “civil rights” categories in the law.
Google’s recent “doodle” announces to the world that Google is gaga over homosexuality-affirming propaganda for minors. Google’s doodle pokes a virtual rainbow-colored flag in the eye of Russian president Vladimir Putin for signing into law a bill that protects minors from homosexuality-affirming propaganda. A financial blockbuster of a company with roots in the country founded to “promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty” pro-actively endorses the propagandizing of children while a corrupt totalitarian cockalorum opposes it. Curiouser and curiouser.
The fanciful notion that having “two mommies” is ontologically and morally indistinguishable from having a mother …