General Discussion, Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Gothic Quarter Barcelona Artist: Igor Dubovoy

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Media pundits fuel violent protests like Minneapolis

The Chauvin trial is not even concluded, and rioting has already begun in the Minneapolis area, albeit because of a different incident.

This is not protest. It is taking advantage of a situation to steal and destroy.

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Bill Whittle: Clues from the Mural Mystery: Understanding the Black Death That’s Killing Our Society

He isn’t talking about Covid.

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General Discussion, Monday, April 12, 2021

Colorado Splendour, by Deborah Feinstein Bigeleisen

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Ep. 56: Chauvin Trial; Covid Victories; Jacobson Revisited; Biden 2A; Thomas; Barstool & MORE!

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Proverbs 6 – Warnings against folly

It deserves to be repeated (and needed). So I am repeating it!


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General Discussion, Sunday, April 11, 2021

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Montréal Covid Protest, and Rebel Media ARRESTED! Viva Frei Vlawg

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Today’s Quote

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How to curb big tech?

This is a really good article, I think. Should government stay out of business? If a business or industry holds a monopoly, should government step in – and how?

Common Sense with Bari Weiss

Some excerpts:

In President Joe Biden v. Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, handed down on Monday, the Supreme Court tossed out a lower court ruling which held that, in blocking people on Twitter, President Trump violated their First Amendment rights. The case doesn’t matter: Trump’s no longer president, so the whole thing is moot. What matters is the concurrence written by Thomas, which laid out a roadmap for possible government regulation of companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter. 

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