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Utah blogger, and others, convicted of conspiracy for Facebook posts, videos, in battle with BLM

Posted by in Federal Abuse, First Amendment, Social Media

The federal government’s use of social media posts, conversations in video interviews, and remarks made casually in public meetings as evidence of criminal conspiracy poses an unprecedented threat to Americans’ First Amendment rights, and, as is evidenced by the cases mentioned above, as a means to silence dissent.


Bullhorn for the Common Man

Posted by in Internet, Last Days, Social Media, Social Networking

The Internet, like other technological breakthroughs of the last few decades, has changed our lives in unimaginable ways. Self-discipline, character, solid core principles, and temperance are more important than ever.


How Social Media Drives National Park Vandalism

Posted by in Internet, National Parks, Social Media

Share the love!TwitterFacebookTumblrGoogle+LinkedinPinterestemailPrint May 10, 2014 This article, found on the Friends of the Colorado Monument website, brings attention to the downside of big crowds drawn to high-visibility, historically famous national parks. Those crowds, combined with quick fame via social media postings, have created a new vulnerability to our national protected areas that neither the…


JUST A BLOGGER

Posted by in Media Bias, Right Online, Social Media

The Left and its lap-dog media have no concept of the power of this citizen journalist force. As newspapers die, Liberal cable news outlets tank, and pseudo reports are exposed as hacks, the American Left will have to acknowledge the reality that they have lost control of the narrative, the stream of political news, and that their pseudo-journalist-activist-heroes are a species on the brink of extinction.


MEAT AND POTATOES SOCIAL NETWORKING

Posted by in Social Media

We live in an era where the fabric of Liberty is literally made of millions of electronic threads woven together by the ideas that unite us as Patriots.


Twitter, YouTube, Frontier Justice

Posted by in Social Media

It is axiomatic that “if it gets into cyberspace, it will be seen.” Pictures and videos of reactions to rigorous airline policies, bad behavior, and yes, Weiner’s weiner, will inevitably end up on the front pages of blogs and newspapers everywhere.


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