A Pennsylvania gun shop had its Facebook page taken down because it was promoting a giveaway for an AR-15 and assorted ammunition and magazines.
by Nathaniel Downes •
Open wireless networking nationwide? The FCC wants it, the technology giants want it, but the cellular companies and their GOP allies in Congress want the idea dead, now.
by Deborah Montesano •
Canadian feels so strongly about ‘the damaging effect of Santa’s smoking’ she mortgaged her house to publish this ‘modern’ version of ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.’
by Sovereign Voice •
Diffusing conspiracy theories of right wing nuts
Do Viacom and YouTube Hate Free Speech? Michael Hayne’s Interview With Director of Dick Cheney War Crimes Film
by Michael Hayne •
I had the pleasure of chatting with the writer and director of The Last War Crime, The Pen, and he had some very startling things to say about his fight with Viacom and Youtube over the promotion of this film.
Tennessee now wants to join Texas in changing American history as it is presented in textbooks and how it is taught by teachers in school.
The list of politicians opposed to the Stop Online Piracy Act is growing. In a prepared statement, one of the most powerful conservatives in Congress has joined the likes of Darrell Issa, Ron Paul, and Nancy Pelosi in opposition of the controversial bill that would censor the internet.
SOPA poses a danger to the internet as we know it. Basically, under SOPA, an accusation of copyright violation is enough to allow the Department of Justice and any complainant who gets a court order, to shut down a website and websites that facilitate copyright infringement.
by Tex Shelters •
On Rush Limbaugh’s show of December 19th, he stated that the BP Oil spill, the AP top story of 2010, ‘Ended up being a non-story,’ and that few people remember it. We could spend years refuting all the misinformation and outright lies Mr. Limbaugh spews on his show, but I thought this a good opportunity to remember one of the worst man-made ecological disasters in U.S. history.
New Bill Being Considered In Congress Could Shut Down Social Media Sites Crucial To ‘Occupy’ Protests
In what would be a stunning disregard for First Amendment rights, rumors are swirling that the Republican controlled Congress is now considering a new bill that could blackout sites such as Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, and other sites that utilize content generated by users.
by Liberal Lamp Post •
Either Facebook’s spam filters are completely out of whack or political free speech is being actively censored on the social network.