BREAKING: Twitter RE-SUSPENDS NY Post writer for tweets about activist journalist Carlos Maza
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by Libby Emmons and Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
3y ago
After Jonathan Levine was suspended from Twitter for posting a story about journalist Carlos Maza, he appealed the decision and was reinstated. In an email, a representative from Twitter claimed that the suspension was “in error.” Shortly thereafter, however, Levine received further correspondence from a Twitter spokesperson. Writing for The Post Millennial earlier today, Ian Miles Cheong detailed the account of Jonathan Levine’s Twitter suspension. Levine called the resuspension “Orwellian,” tweeting: “Despite initially calling their decision to lock my account “an error” — Twitte ..read more
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Tim Hortons cancels Roll Up The Rim contest due to coronavirus
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by Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
3y ago
Canada’s most popular doughnut and coffee chain Tim Hortons will be cancelling its famous and beloved Roll Up The Rim To Win contest due to fears that it could spread coronavirus.  The majority-Brazilian-owned fast food joint will do away with the iconic paper cup contest for the year, due to health concerns regarding staff touching paper cups returned by customers for prizes.  In a statement, Tim Hortons doesn’t mention coronavirus/COVID-19 by name, but says that it’s “the current public health environment” that is causing the interruption. The company also explains that the tabs could ..read more
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Radical trans activists silence women’s speech in peace-loving Vermont
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by Sherri Glebus
3y ago
The battle over gender identity ideology in Vermont has been playing out in Burlington, the state’s biggest city. Vermont is a tiny, mostly rural state that has been a bastion of progressive values for quite some time. It is the land of Bernie, Ben & Jerry, the second state to give women the vote and first state to grant a marriage equivalent to same-sex couples. That’s why it was so surprising when a library talk organized by a local, well-known feminist was cancelled after cries of outrage and fear from trans activists. Peggy Luhrs, an elder activist, organized a meeting for January 2 ..read more
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No matter what you think of Woody Allen, censorship is wrong
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by Collin Jones
3y ago
Woody Allen’s memoir Apropos of Nothing has now been cancelled after a staff walkout at Hachette Book Group, an imprint of Little, Brown and Company. The walkout was ignited by Allen’s adopted daughter Dylan Farrow’s accusation that he had molested her when she was seven years old. Allen denies the charge. This book is just one among a number that have been cancelled in recent years. American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins’s book tour was cancelled due to “safety concerns.” And the YA book entitled Blood Heir was pulled by the author, Amélie Wen Zhao, after she was accused of displaying “blatantly ra ..read more
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Wilfrid Laurier engages in sex discrimination through inclusion efforts
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by Will McNally
3y ago
Remember Wilfrid Laurier University? It’s getting worse. In late 2017, Laurier rose to prominence as the school that subjected a 21 year old female teaching assistant, Lindsay Shepherd, to a Maoist struggle session after she displayed an excerpt of a televised debate about pronouns featuring Professor Jordan Peterson. During the inquisition her (male) faculty inquisitors inadvertently articulated a core principle of the social justice University: some topics are not “up for debate” because they create an “unsafe learning environment.” Prof. Jonathan Haidt has argued that Universities fac ..read more
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Trans activists silence women’s speech in peace-loving Vermont
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by Sherri Glebus
3y ago
The battle over gender identity ideology in Vermont has been playing out in Burlington, the state’s biggest city. Vermont is a tiny, mostly rural state that has been a bastion of progressive values for quite some time. It is the land of Bernie, Ben & Jerry, the second state to give women the vote and first state to grant a marriage equivalent to same-sex couples. That’s why it was so surprising when a library talk organized by a local, well-known feminist was cancelled after cries of outrage and fear from trans activists. Peggy Luhrs, an elder activist, organized a meeting for January 2 ..read more
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REVEALED: Antifa has a pedophile problem
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by Anna Slatz
3y ago
On March 4, a conservative student group in Ireland revealed they had completed a year-long project operating undercover as an antifa cell.  Antifascist Students Ireland revealed themselves to be a project of Irish conservative student news outlet The Burkean on their Twitter page,  The Burkean’s actions directed significant attention towards Ireland’s official Antifa organization, Antifascist Ireland, a group that has come under fire in the past for the history of its founding and leading figurehead, Pat Corcoran—a convicted pedophile.  Corcoran is a former civil servant who worked w ..read more
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Canadian startup could be the solution to big tech’s never-ending data hunger
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by Quinn Patrick
3y ago
Every day there seems to be another news story about how large tech companies such as Facebook, Google, TikTok and Amazon handle your data for their personal gain. In many cases, without your knowledge.  This information isn’t just your search history. It goes far-far deeper.  For example, a Financial Times investigation has found that multiple healthcare websites, “have been sharing sensitive user data with big technology platforms, such as Google, Amazon, Facebook.”  Google, one of the world’s largest corporations, went further. They managed to access personal medical records on ten ..read more
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Insane article promotes coronavirus as a force to fight climate change
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by Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson
3y ago
In a new, blisteringly white-hot take called “Coronavirus can trigger a new industrial revolution,” a very super smart guy who knows better than us named Ed Conway explains how the coronavirus has an upside: “Unlike most other such diseases, it kills mostly the old who, let’s face it, are more likely to be climate sceptics. It spares the young. Most of all, it stymies the forces that have been generating greenhouse gases for decades.”  This is a shocking display of hubris, looking intense, life-ending natural disaster in the face, and saying “hey, maybe it’s not so bad.” To a certain extent ..read more
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