Posts Tagged ‘ Facebook ’

Faceberg

Faceberg

I distinctly remember taking part in an online discussion several years ago where one of the interlocutors warned me what would happen if Google ever became an evil monopoly. I couldn’t help but think to myself, have you not been paying attention? Leaving aside its extensive invasions of privacy, its intense cooperation with the...
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Newt Gingrich (Live On Facebook)

Newt Gingrich (Live On Facebook)

Newt discusses Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and the Republican Party. He’ll also answer questions from Facebook users. Watch it here.
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Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Hipsters For Libertarianism?

Tomorrow is the book launch for Todd Seavey’s Libertarianism for Beginners, the first review of which you read here. It will be taking place at Muchmore’s, a cool bar in Williamsburg which has been host to similar events in the past. I hope to see you all-at least, those of you in the NYC...
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Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

Ted Cruz Hits The Big Apple (GMA Town Hall)

I had the dubious honor of being invited to participate in Good Morning America’s first presidential town hall Monday morning, featuring Senator Cruz and his wife Heidi. Although I did not learn anything new, the experience did reaffirm some preexisting beliefs about both the news media-particularly, the way it frames narratives-as well as Ted...
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Jobless in America

Jobless in America

Despite the intentionally deceptive narrative crafted for public consumption by this administration and its accomplices in the news media, the jobs picture in the United States continues to be dismal, as the CEO of Gallup has declared in an extraordinary interview on Fox News recently. Even as millions of Americans fruitlessly scramble for gainful employment,...
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Bye Bye Boehner

Bye Bye Boehner

Although the prospect of replacing the current Speaker of the House looks grim at the moment-especially from an historical standpoint-the fact remains that there is widespread dissatisfaction with the leadership, such as it is, of John Boehner. If the quarter of a million letters demanding that he be replaced weren’t an indication of that...
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Introducing Reel To Reel (The Podcast Continues)

Introducing Reel To Reel (The Podcast Continues)

  Seasons change, as do the names of entertaining cultural affairs programs. With the departure of my friend and co-host Todd Seavey, the title Seavey/Perry on Culture doesn’t seem as descriptive as it once did. To that end, I’ve taken the unilateral decision to recommission this year-old entertainment project Reel to Reel, even though...
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Silicon Valley vs. Alabama

  Senator Jeff Sessions identifies the true motivation behind immigration reform, which isn’t as noble as Zuckerberg Inc. would like the American public to believe. Just as virtually no member of the mainstream media is crutinizing the angelic-if not wholly accurate-depiction of potential beneficiaries of any future congressional amnesty, so too are they ignoring...
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The Cost of Amnesty

The Cost of Amnesty

The shortcomings of Sean Hannity as a cable news host and interviewer are widely known, yet he deserves some credit for interviewing Dennis Michael Lynch, despite his network’s seeming embargo of any information critical of its CEO’s dogmatic open borders agenda, on the day America celebrated its independence from its colonial master, Great Britain. You...
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March for Jobs and Justice

March for Jobs and Justice

  The D.C. March for Jobs is right around the corner, folks. Our good friend Michael Cutler explains why you should attend below the fold. 
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