National Defense Authorization Act Becomes Censorship Battleground

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has become a censorship battleground, with reports that Democrats in the Senate may attempt to add provisions that would make it easier for the federal government to control online speech, after Republicans in the House passed a version of the bill that would make it harder.

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Twitter Is Sharing Revenue with Conservative Influencers and WashPo’s Taylor Lorenz Is Furious

Twitter recently announced its decision to share advertising revenue with content creators on its platform. However, there have been accusations of bias relating to the first beneficiaries of this new initiative, including conservative influencers like Benny Johnson and Ashley St. Clair. Writing for the Washington Post, notoriously report Taylor Lorenz, who has been banned by Twitter for doxxing, claims that “So far, many of the influencers who have publicly revealed that they’re part of the program are prominent figures on the right.” 

Dan Neil and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk attend Tribeca Talks After The Movie: 'Revenge of the Electric Car' during the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theater on April 23, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Dario Cantatore/Getty Images)

Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter Clone Threads Suffers Drop in Engagement After Initial Surge at Launch

Threads, the new social media platform launched by Mark Zuckerberg as a rival to Twitter, has experienced a significant drop in user engagement and growth following a record-breaking debut. Analysts have published data showing a 25 percent dropoff in daily users and a 50 percent drop in the time spent on Facebook’s latest platform. Elon Musk has been quick to use his own Twitter platform to point out that Zuckerberg’s Twitter clone appears to be faltering.

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A Win Against the Woke: Former NY Times Editor and DEI Proponent Will Not Run Texas A&M Journalism Program

Former New York Times editor and DEI proponent Kathleen McElroy was appointed to be the head of the journalism program at Texas A&M University, but later had her contract reduced from five years to one year, after her woke history came to light. She has chosen not to take the position at all in a win against DEI insanity. The leader of a conservative alumni group said, “I think identity politics have done a lot of damage to our country, and the manifestation of that on campus, the D.E.I. ideology, has done damage to our culture at A&M.”

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Don’t Throw Stones: Tesla Launches Internal Investigation of Project to Build a Glass House for Elon Musk

Elon Musk’s Tesla has launched an internal investigation over a secretive directive known as “Project 42,” which involved plans for a unique glass building in Austin, Texas. The project was internally described as a house for the company’s CEO, Elon Musk. Now the company’s board is investigating whether the company misused resources to build Musk a glass mansion despite his claims of couch surfing at the homes of friends.

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