Trust me when I say that the current corporate controlled outlets are not robbing you non-leftist POVs. Leftists and corporations are diametrically opposed. Leftists would tear down all corporations if they could and as a result, corporations don't much care for leftists.
With that said, if your views are being taken down by the corporations (which we have already established are not leftist) maybe there's another reason. Most sites have a report function. People do use it. If you're getting reported a lot, maybe it's time to re-examine your views and stop blaming the platform?
It doesn't matter what your personal opinion of ICE is, it's still a law enforcement agency. As such, they are bound by the 4th amendment, whether you like it or not. One thing you might notice about most Constitutional Amendments is that they don't mention citizens anywhere. That means it has more of an effect of restricting law enforcement powers, no matter who they use those powers against.
Yes, and if this memo hadn't been almost completely devoid of facts, other than Nunes shit the bed (again), then it would be worth publishing. As it stands, all it does is rile up the teams and give the FBI a handy out for next time.
Best comment on this article, and something many of us have been saying for awhile now. Just because your opponent is evil, doesn't mean your evil will be excused at the voting booth. Dems need to remember that.
"Pay no mind to the black, unmarked SUV following you at all times."
It's intentionally shitty reporting. If it fits with their narrative, and will get them eyeballs (or clicks) it goes live, no ifs ands or buts. This is the way that places like the Boston Globe and Fox News are alike. If tomorrow, Murdoc woke up and decided that pushing Communism would get him the most eyeballs/money, Fox and Friends would be immediately renamed to Hammer and Sickle. Same thing with every other major news origination. And really, in the current political climate, what sells better than "OMG Government attack on Free Speech!" Looking too much into it might reveal a non-story that won't sell, so they don't.
Huh. You mean relying on the one thing that has to have to justify its continued budget (amount of "investigations") as a metric for American safety isn't a good idea? Pfft.
Next you'll say that we shouldn't listen to Comcast about Net Neutrality, and that would just be ridiculous.
Love it when people spout off this crap when they have no idea what they're talking about. You ever hear the term "natural monopoly"? Look it up. That's what ISPs, for the most part, have. There is no incentive for them to not screw you over every chance they get. Without someone stepping in, that's exactly what they'll do.
There's no government control of the internet with net neutrality. There's only ISP control without it.