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Zuckerberg and Merkel are in LOVE, with a Safe New World

Here is some meme magic from Matty's Modern Life. It features dazzling lines such as: "I'll censor everyone, Because it's fun." Come join them on a magic carpet...

Are TAX CUTS good for the economy? Responding to Emma Alberici’s...

Emma Alberici recently wrote an article that slammed the Federal Government's proposed tax cuts. It was subsequently pulled for not adhering to “ABC editorial...

The postmodern Puritans

Last Saturday The Daily Caller, one of the largest news sites in the US, fired Opinion Editor Rob Mariani unexpectedly. No, he wasn’t accused of...

Boycott Google Now: End the Monopoly

Yes, you read that right it is time to boycott the world’s largest tech company, and we all need to do it right away. The...

Food for Thought: Totalitarian Censorship on Social Media

GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING - - - According to Facebook, I’m a purveyor of nudity on social media. Thankfully my wife hasn’t found out. Wouldn’t make for a great...

Straight to the Point – Globalists Continue to Censor Their Competition

Infowars Editor at Large Paul Joseph Watson has highlighted in his recent video that YouTube is in the process of censoring conservative content that...

Straight to the Point – Alex Jones’ Infowars Being Disrupted

Over the last couple of days, your XYZ has been notified of irregularities with Alex Jones’ Infowars website by multiple regular readers. Your XYZ has...

Why Facebook, the ABC and the Politically Correct are so hard...

Last week's events with regard to Facebook censorship and editorial bias ‪#‎ConservativeOpionsMatter‬, the ABC's continuing love affair with the self immolation of its charter...

Prayer “too Controversial” for Cinema

Apparently the 'Lord's Prayer' is too controversial for British cinema goers. The advertisement below was passed uncut by the British Board of Film Classification, as...

At a book burning soon, on a campus near you…   

Students are such delicate petals these days. I fondly recall the tutorial in my University heyday in which a fellow male student used the...