Newsmax ^ | 27 Oct 2014 | Dick MorrisPosted on 10/27/2014, 9:23:20 PM by george76Not content with the total bias and domination of the news networks, CNN, and the nation’s leading newspapers, the Democrats on the Federal Election Commission have moved to assert federal control over Internet political speech.
Claiming the authority to regulate political postings and blogs as independent campaign expenditures, they want to apply federal campaign finance laws to online voices.According to the Washington Examiner, the three Democrats on the FEC moved at the Oct. 24 meeting to impose “burdensome new rules on Internet-based campaigning.”
The three Republican members on the commission beat back the measure, warning the proposal would regulate “online political sites and even news media like the Drudge Report.”Saying that “a re-examination of the commission’s approach to the Internet and other emerging technologies is long overdue,”
Ann M. Ravel, the Democratic vice-chair of the FEC, said she would begin a campaign for Internet regulation.
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Disturbing mystery affecting your favorite news sites…………. “July through September, almost every major website – from WND to the Drudge Report and Breitbart – saw its rankings drop on Alexa.com while pro-government sites mostly went up.”
Disturbing mystery affecting your favorite news sitesWND ^ | October 14, 2014 | Leo HohmannPosted on 10/14/2014, 9:55:42 AM by upbeat5Those who run watchdog news websites are scratching their heads and trying to make sense of the latest data released by a California company that measures website traffic.According to data for July through September, almost every major website – from WND to the Drudge Report and Breitbart – saw its rankings drop on Alexa.com while pro-government sites mostly went up.
During his recent speech regarding the growing threat by Islamic State terrorists based in Iraq and Syria, unfortunately placed decorations directly behind Barack Obama resembled horns protruding from his head in the eyes of many viewers.
By Cliff KincaidJuly
Knowing that evidence would implicate Russia in the shoot-down of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 plane, the Russian disinformation apparatus went into action early in the crisis, putting out the story that the plane was traveling almost the same route that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s jet had traveled before. In short, the accusation was that Ukraine downed the plane, thinking Putin was on it.
Alex Jones: A Reader’s Misgivings
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The Drudge Report has linked to 244 of his stories in the last two years alone.
His Web sites get up to a million visitors a day. Last year he earned nearly $7 million, plowing all of it right back into his business.Alex Jones deserves credit for reaching many peoplewho otherwise might not know about the conspiracy.His position on most issues is usually right on
But a real leader brings people under his tent.Jones has alienated as many withinthe Truth Movement as outside it.by Sandeep Parwagahenrymakow.comIn the past, I rejected accusations that Jones is false opposition, a Jesuit, a Zionist shill, etc., But as I continued to watch him, I realized that some of the charges may have some validity.1 Jack Blood worked for Alex Jones for many years. In an impassioned interview, Blood says Jones is a power driven control freak, “not the same an he used to be;””100% fake”, a “fascist,” a “centralizer,” and a “wrecker.”
Why Clinton Will Run
The Washington Post ^ | Friday, June 6, 2014 | Ruth MarcusPosted on 6/8/2014, 10:08:04 AM by kristinnThe last few days have offered vivid illustrations of why Hillary Clinton could decide not to run for president — and why, in the end, I believe she will.
Example No. 1 is the ludicrous debate over whether Clinton, in the latest People magazine cover, was leaning on a walker.
SNIPThe fact that the phantom walker was even a topic of public debate says everything about the wacko media environment that uniquely surrounds Clinton.“PHOTO:
IS CLINTON HOLDING A WALKER?” the Drudge Report tweeted.
Right, not saying she is. Just askin’.The Washington Free Beacon chimed in with a semiotic analysis of the People cover. “The cover looks innocent enough, but a close analytical reading reveals what can only be interpreted as a deliberate effort to call attention to the former secretary of state and Goldman Sachs affiliate’s advanced age,” editor Andrew Stiles wrote, noting the proximity of the word “grandmother” to Clinton’s hands on “what a layperson might reasonably assume to be an old person’s walker.”