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Criticize ‘child abuse’ on Facebook, get banned for ‘hate speech’

Posting a video on Facebook in which an adult is seen enthusiastically indoctrinating very young children in the wonders of being homosexual, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, a “gay icon,” or at the very least a “gay ally,” is just fine. But criticizing the video on Facebook, however mildly, is “hate speech.” That’s the bizarre message the […] ...

The forgotten carnage of the Revolutionary War

“Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes!” commanded Colonel William Prescott, repeating the order of General Israel Putnam, June 17, 1775. Colonel William Prescott’s men were in the center redoubt located on Breed’s Hill, adjacent Bunker Hill, guarding the north entrance to Boston Harbor. Samuel Swett wrote in his “History of Bunker […] ...

Who’s feeling safe and who’s not?

WASHINGTON – Almost everyone in Singapore feels safe – a staggering 97 percent. Not so in Venezuela where only 47 percent of people do. That’s the range in perception of personal security in 142 nations as surveyed by Gallup’s 2018 Global Law and Order Report in which about 1,000 adults were polled in each country. […] ...

Bill Clinton still ignoring paternity-test calls from ‘son’

On the occasion of Father’s Day, Danney Williams, 32, is still hoping Bill Clinton will take a paternity test that will prove he is the Dad who never acknowledged him. On Sunday he retweeted several Father’s Day suggestions to Clinton to resolve the paternity issue that has been Williams’ lifelong quest. Even though you abandoned […] ...

Today’s internet not ‘sustainable,’ experts warn

The digital world has been flooded with concerns in recent months over the power of the giant tech companies, particularly Google and Facebook, over the flow of information. Conservatives in America have expressed alarm, and in Europe, a leader of the Brexit movement has accused Facebook of “doctoring” the news. Now Congress has been told that the “digital […] ...

Ex-congressman: No ‘wishful thinking’ about RFK assassination

YORBA LINDA, CALIFORNIA — A former congressman is now offering an answer to the intriguing question of “what might have been” if Robert F. Kennedy had not been assassinated during the U.S. presidential campaign of 1968. Former Rep. James Rogan, best known for his role as House impeachment manager in the Senate trial of President Bill […] ...