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Google Does Evil to Patrick Moore

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Google is, I would imagine, weirdly much like the government of Iran. The mullahs don't really believe all the 12th imam nonsense (I mean, who could?) but they espouse it for the masses in order to maintain their power over them. Google and the social media companies—and, of course, the Democratic Party—have to proclaim the imminent civilizational danger of climate change to keep their own masses in line. After a while, however, if you keep on reciting the same palaver, you begin to believe it yourself.

China, the NSA, Google, and the War on Freedom

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The employees of Google themselves behave much like a cult, eager to drum out the mildest of apostates. The self-styled social justice warriors on our campuses act similarly, ever searching for the most "victimized" person as the eye in the sky watches and, hopefully, approves. All the to-ing and fro-ing on our supposedly contentious social media are just fodder for the homogenization to come. It's all very Chinese, if you think not very far back to the Cultural Revolution.

Google and China—Made for Each Other

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Donald Trump -- the supposed fascist -- is the one who is actually challenging China, using the threat of tariffs to get them to change their behavior about such things as intellectual property, which they have ignored for decades. You would think Silicon Valley would be thrilled about this. But no. They go their merry, greedy way, making deals with Chairman Xi, this time -- how nauseating -- for a censored search engine.

Censorship: The Dark Heart Of The Democratic Party

Democrats demanding the “deplatforming” of those whose opinions they don’t like is the 21st century equivalent of pressuring papermakers to stop selling newsprint to newspapers that criticize the King and it gives voters a deep look into the dark, totalitarian heart of the new “progressive” Democratic Party.

Conservatives Use Their Secret Weapon to Create a Revolution (16 of 45)

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
When I first went to work for the new conservative movement, it didn’t take me long to discover that I really didn’t like asking people face to face for money.  I found that I had a knack for writing letters, though, so that’s what I began to concentrate on.  (Excerpt 16 of 45 from America’s Right Turn.)