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#BlackLivesMatter, White Guilt and the Marketing of Racism

Ryan Bomberger, I can’t breathe. I’m literally fighting back tears as I write, again, about this prevalent injustice. They don’t see us as individual human beings, but a group to be exploited, separated, and judged based on our pigmentation. I’m talking about mainstream media and their manipulation of all Americans, corralling us into our respective

Former Facebook staffers say conservative news is deliberately suppressed

Howard Kurtz, Facebook is being accused of fiddling with its formulas to suppress conservative news. That’s what some unnamed former Facebook contractors told the tech site Gizmodo—and it’s an accusation that strikes at the heart of the social network’s credibility. Facebook relies on computer algorithms to determine what is “trending,” an influential designation that inevitably

Beheading #WorldCup Shows Islamic State’s Online Savvy

 Tweets and online videos are emerging as weapons of war in the Islamic State’s campaign to seize a swath of Iraq, with the al-Qaeda offshoot’s use of social media dwarfing efforts by other militant groups. Over the weekend, websites previously used by the Islamic State featured a video purporting to show its leader, Abu Bakr

Restore the Constitution of The United States of America

OPERATION AMERICAN SPRING – Washington, D.C. in the cross-hairs – The Out-of-Control Government Leadership Must Be Stopped OPERATION AMERICAN SPRING OAS (Please add the above title and some or all data from below to your FB, Twitter, Blog, Email list) TO: Patriots (black, white, red, yellow, brown, male, female, civilian, military, truckers, bikers, militias, veterans,

Pedophiles Lured by Avatar in Tech Industry Porn Fight

 Sweetie looks much like other unfortunate young Filipinas. Just 10 years old, her user profile shows, she spends her days online fielding requests from men who offer her money to perform sexual acts in front of a webcam. When she logs on, invitations pour in — “Are you a working girl?” or “I’m into girls

Restless Workers on the Hunt in U.S. Exploit Social Media

 When Mark Gozzo got a request from a stranger to connect on LinkedIn, he considered it just another chance to expand his professional network. In a month’s time, the invitation had turned into a new job. “I wasn’t super-actively looking, but somebody happened to reach out to me and I hopped over,” said 24-year-old Gozzo,