Google Faces USDOJ Antitrust Investigation

by Caitlin Yilek | May 31, 2019 10:21 PM Washington Examiner The Justice Department is preparing an investigation into Google’s business practices, including those related to its search function, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The Federal Trade Commission previously conducted a separate antitrust investigation into the tech giant’s search and advertising practices but closed…

Facebook Bans Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Etc.

Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, and a number of other controversial well known individuals were removed from Facebook and its cousin social media website, Instagram today. Not just their personal pages but also fan pages and any associated groups as well. However, there is controversy over the violations Facebook cites as being the…

Fact Checking Leftists and Exposing Their Lies

A controversy has emerged about last week’s interview Tucker Carlson had with Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s (AOC) adviser Cornell University Law School Professor Robert Hockett on Thursday. During their exchange, Dr. Hockett denied that AOC ever said that the Green New Deal (GND) would pay people unwilling to work. Hockett said that AOC tweeted a version of…

PETA Furious At Hyundai’s “Vegan Dinner Party”

People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) wasn’t having a good day on Super Bowl Sunday. Not only were they trolled by Big Boi for wearing his fed fox fur coat, but the Korean auto manufacturing company Hyundai may have unknowingly ended up taking a swipe at the human hate group…