Michael Ramirez: United in Censorship 12-13-21
From America's Premiere Editorial Cartoonist
Good morning! Today Michael points out that citizens are pretty good at using their free choice to decide what they want to hear and see on social media. Section 230 protects liberal tech giants who seek to control thought, speech, and election results.
Gut Big Tech’s Section 230 Protection —Shaun McCutcheon, Town Hall
Social Media’s Big Con Game —Greenfield Reporter
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More of what we’ve been reading today:
Cracked icons — VICTOR D. HANSON, AM. GREATNESS
Dementia Joe strikes again — HOWIE CARR, BOSTON HERALD
True cost of Biden agenda — BYRON YORK, EXAMINER
The High Price of Bidenomics —David Catron, The American Spectator
In California, the Affluent Look Away While Their Cities Burn Ayaan Hirsi Ali, UnHerd
Pelosi's January 6th Committee Hoax —Melissa Mackenzie, The American Spectator
Why the Russiagate Scandal Outranks the Rest —J. Peder Zane, RCP
Why Democracy Needs the Rich To Properly Function John McGinnis, City Journal
SEC Shouldn't Be Let Anywhere Close To Crypto -Charles Gasparino, New York Post
Spending Is Not Going to Save the Democrats —Kevin Williamson, National Review
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