By far the world’s largest and most prolific search engine, Google is working on new strategies to meddle with and change the outcomes of American (and possibly other) elections, and The New York Times (NYT) doesn’t want you to know about it.
The only group of people that it’s politically correct to hate and throw racial slurs at in 2018 is white people.
Is society getting dumber by the day?
As a country and a society, we’ve never been anywhere close to “herd immunity” through vaccination, but where are all the epidemics? That doesn’t keep vaccine makers from using herd immunity as a weapon to guilt and scare parents. Why are we allowing “mythology to trump science”?
For truth news seekers and Constitutionalists, Trump couldn’t be a better POTUS, but for protecting the environment, clean food, and the animals responsible for 75 percent of all U.S. food, he’s falling short – or so the fake news media would have us all believe.
In an on-air rant to his network earlier this week, CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta complained about how supporters of POTUS Donald Trump and Florida gubernatorial candidate U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis were chanting “fake news” and other taunts.
Eat your bug-killing corn and your weed-killing soy and shut up.
In what appears to be a shocking about-face, media giant The New York Times has come out in opposition to Mark Zuckerberg’s ongoing attempts to police the news content being spread by users via his Facebook platform.
The powerful CEO of media giant News Corp, whose properties include The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post in the U.S., has had enough of the blatant censorship of Right-leaning content by Facebook, Google, and Amazon.
First off, we’re not touching political news with a ten-foot pole. This is Examine.com: all science all the time. But there’s been a lot of inaccurate nutrition reporting over the six years Examine.com has been around. Here are three recent examples.