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First Amendment Threatened on Many Fronts

First Amendment Threatened on Many Fronts as Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Religion and the Right to Assemble. As can clearly be seen by paying attention to social media and the news, Freedom of Speech is under fire on social networks, Big Tech, government, national media, the public school system and on many college campuses. People are encouraged to express only one side of many issues while opposing voices are shut down. This has caused our rights to be…

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Andrew Torba, Gab CEO, Reveals How Americans Can Reclaim Our Country

Andrew Torba, the CEO of Gab.com, the free-speech social network along the lines of Facebook, shared a post and an email this week where he lays out ways average Americans can do to reclaim our country. What is Gab.com? As Gab puts it, “Gab is a social network that champions free speech, individual liberty and the free flow of information online. All are welcome.” Torba’s platform has been unfairly labeled as “anti-semitic” because the free-speech platform allows users who have been…

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Gab Social Media Platform for Free Speech the Silicon Valley Alternative

Gab Social Media Platform Exists to Defend Free Speech Online for All People. The Gab social media network is not just building a social network. They are building an alternative to Silicon Valley tyranny and Big Tech censorship. Their mission is to defend free speech online, and the social platform has paid the price for standing by this mission.  To date Gab has been banned from dozens of services providers including app stores, payment processors, hosting providers, and even VISA….

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Wreaths Across America remembers the 78th anniversary of the sinking of the U.S.A.T. Dorchester

Wreaths Across America Honors “The Four Chaplains” for the 78th anniversary of the sinking of the U.S.A.T. Dorchester with a Special Facebook Live Event On Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, Wreaths Across America remembers the 78th anniversary of the sinking of the U.S.A.T. Dorchester On Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, 2021, Wreaths Across America will honor the American heroes known as “The Four Chaplains” with a special Facebook live event at 12pm EST, from the Balsam Valley Chapel and tip lands located in Downeast Maine. On January…

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Day Gardner Says It’s Time to Stop Supporting Big Tech and Big Businesses that Attempt to Silence Us

Day Gardner, National Black Pro-Life Union President, Tells Freedom Loving Americans — ‘It’s Time to Stop Supporting Big Tech and Big Businesses that Attempt to Silence Our Voices’ The following is submitted by Day Gardner, President of the National Black Pro-Life Union, she is available for comment: Day Gardner on Big Tech & Big Business We have learned recently that Wayfair, Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond will stop selling the My Pillow brand products due to My Pillow’s CEO,…

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The Inauguration of Joe Biden: Editorial

Today we inaugurate the 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden. I spent the morning watching the proceedings on various news channels. Here are my observations. As I watched the proceedings, I made myself some promises. I am not a liberal, so I am not going to tear this country apart for the next four years childishly whining “Not My President.” I am not going to attempt to weaken the fabric of our nation by disrespecting the office. What…

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Martin Luther King, Jr. on the First Amendment

Martin Luther King, Jr., a strong believer in the First Amendment, did not believe in silencing the opposing view. Today we remember Martin Luther King, Jr., a Christian pastor who was the 1st President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. King led peaceful protests to give black voices a chance to be heard and recognized. Pastor King was a strong believer in the First Amendment and freedom of speech. He depended upon that right to move his cause forward. In one…

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Celebrating Religious Freedom Day 2021 on Jan. 16

January 16 marks Religious Freedom Day 2021. On January 16, 1993, Congress passed a resolution recognizing Religious Freedom Day, a day set aside to celebrate the passage of the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious liberty. 2021 is the 235th anniversary of the signing of Virginia’s Statute for Religious Freedom, which would become a foundational principle in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This amendment preserves an individual’s right to choose and exercise faith without government coercion or reprisal. With…

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Chaos at the Capitol — Day Gardner Asks Who is to Blame

Chaos at the Capitol — Day Gardner, President of the National Black Pro-Life Union, Asks Who is to Blame Chaos at the Capitol: Day Gardner Shares Her Thoughts Like many Americans, I have been doing a lot of thinking about the heartbreaking events of yesterday. This is America, how did we get here? The thing that nags at me most is the fact that every bit of this … all of it could have been avoided. The media, the Democrats…

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A Look Back at the Save America Rally—My Thoughts

Protester Killed; Police Officer Killed; Antifa/BLM Agitator Charged; Culpability of Mainstream Media & More Observations about the Save America Rally Editorial My Save America Rally Thoughts I attended the Trump Rally on Jan. 5 and the Save America Rally on Jan. 6 as a member of the press. Here are my thoughts on the MAGA rally in Washington D.C. and subsequent violence at the Nation’s Capitol. I drove my car to different MAGA rally points to take photos and talk…

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