Australia took a stand against Facebook — and got silenced

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On Wednesday, Facebook launched a capital strike against the country of Australia. Rather than continue negotiations with Australia regarding paying for the news content circulating on its platform, Facebook decided to pull up stakes. Within hours, the company announced it would “restrict publishers and people in Australia” from sharing or viewing news content. This restriction was also […]

It’s Time For Conservatives To Take On Big Tech Tyrants. Here’s How

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If conservatives want to preserve access to the online infrastructure of commerce and speech, they’re going to have to break up Big Tech. Rachel Bovard In a passage in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, a character named Mike is asked how he went bankrupt. “Gradually,” he replies. “Then all at once.” Such a framing could also […]

Meadows joins CPI as Senior Partner

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DeMint: “Mark is one of the most widely respected conservative leaders in country, and we couldn’t be more excited for him to join our team to support and build the conservative movement”   Washington, D.C. – Today, the Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI) Chairman Jim DeMint announced that former U.S. Congressman and White House Chief of […]

What should we expect from a 50-50 Senate?

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Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. It’s pretty much a fortress downtown, with over 25,000 National Guard troops stationed across DC. Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president tomorrow shortly after 12pm EST. The inauguration will be a mix of in-person and virtual. Vice President Mike Pence will attend. Outgoing President Donald Trump will not. […]

The Purge Begins. Conservatives Must Not Surrender.

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We are all still reeling from the events of last week. Thousands of Americans gathered in Washington to protest the lack of interest being shown by politicians — Republicans, in particular — toward allegations of election fraud in multiple states. Disturbingly, what began as a largely peaceful protest of thousands saw a portion of the […]