Now, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is defending his actions, stating in a recent tweet: “Fact check: there is someone ultimately accountable for our actions as a company, and that’s me. Please leave our employees out of this. We’ll continue to point out incorrect or disputed information about elections globally. And we will admit to and own any mistakes we make.” … [Read more...] about Jack Dorsey Goes on Defensive After Twitter ‘Fact-Checks’ President Trump
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Pollak went on, “I think that [Donald Trump’s] skill set is well-suited to providing policies that help people across a broad spectrum. Prior to the coronavirus, he was very proud of the low unemployment rates in black, and Hispanic, and Asian American communities and talked about it a lot. He did criminal justice reform. He pardoned Jack Johnson. He did a lot of things that I think were substantive, but I think that simply his combative style — if you just take the race out of it — I think Donald Trump’s style has exacerbated an already existing division, and that’s complicated.” … [Read more...] about Four-on-One: Breitbart News’s Joel Pollak Takes on Entire Politicon Panel over Trump ‘Racist’ Claim
In his executive order, which will probably wind up in court, Trump would tackle so-called “selective censoring” by weakening the legal immunity that Twitter, Facebook, Google and the rest enjoy for all that free content posted by their users. This, of course, is the heart of their business model. It would push these social media firms into substantial spending to police their content--something that some on the left believe they should have been doing all along. … [Read more...] about Will Trump force social media to clean up their act?
Kim Olrijan, president of the faculty senate, discussed the unconventional graduation in the time of coronavirus, saying, "It is okay to be disappointed that you can't celebrate your commencement in the way you imagined. The lack of a traditional ceremony doesn't diminish the achievement." … [Read more...] about OC Boy, 13, Earns 4 Associates Degrees From Fullerton College
“Not one judge has ever provided a certificate that said that any COVID-19 releases are fully rehabilitated,” he said. “And as well to those releasees, it’s unfair. You’re taking someone from a controlled environment where they have three meals, a bed and physical, mental health care. And many of them are going back to neighborhoods that tests the highest for COVID-19 positives. They are coming back without a reentry program. No meals, no housing, no money, no mental or physical health care. You tell me where does that make sense in anybody’s books?” … [Read more...] about A ‘Very Violent Night’: 6 Shot, 1 Dead In 2 Incidents In Boston Overnight