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"Knitting" Bots: Talk About Google's Forbidden Topics without Going Broke

“Knitting” Bots: Talk About Google’s Forbidden Topics without Going Broke

Stephen Green finds a way to talk about one of Google’s forbidden topics without going broke. He’s forced to refer to certain companion robots as “knitting” bots to avoid getting flagged and demonetized for appealing to prurient interests. Together with Bill Whittle and Scott Ott, Steve examines the benefits and drawbacks of these high-tech “knitting bots” while trying to avoid Google and YouTube’s secret defamation.

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Slavery Reparations: The Republican Alternative

Slavery Reparations: What’s the Republican Answer to Pandering Democrats?

As pandering Democrats push reparations for slavery, what’s the Republican answer to address issues like institutional racism, poverty, unequal justice, failing schools, and other problems and grievances? Is it enough to just say ‘No’ to reparations, or should the GOP have a positive, creative program to address problems, many of which are caused by government?

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Facebook Sweatshop Scandal

Facebook Sweatshop Scandal: Staff Suffers PTSD Screening Gruesome, Cruel Videos

Facebook outsources screening of gruesome, cruel videos, to a sick sweatshop where workers suffer PTSD and other effects of horrifying work under terrible conditions. How does that square with the social media giant’s happy mission of uniting people around the world? And if violent videos of animal abuse pass the rigorous screening, why is it so hard for limited-government conservatives to get their message out.

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Would You Do 44 Days in Jail for Refusing to Unlock Your Phone?

Would You Do 44 Days in Jail for Refusing to Unlock Your Phone?

William Montanez maybe an unlikely hero for civil libertarians, but the Florida man — arrested on drug and weapons charges — did 44 days in jail for refusing to unlock his phone for police. Would you endure that to guard your liberties, or perhaps just racy pics of your partner? Should the law prevent police from cracking phones to solve crimes?

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