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- NCGA Democrat Teams Up With Group Tied To Hillary Clinton, Fusion GPS Law Firm
- Cherokee County Principal Charged with Indecent Liberties with a Minor
- Former Teacher Assistant Charged with Multiple Counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor
- Elementary Teacher Charged with Statutory Rape, Indecent Liberties
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So who or what is deciding an account should be “shadow banned” for lack of a better term? Is it an algorithm that searches for keywords? Is it based on user reports? Followers? Interactions? TOS violations? Twitter, after all, is notorious for suspending accounts for TOS violations, yet other accounts doing the exact same thing remain unscathed. I really could go on, but I digress. Continue reading →
At the SalesForce.com Dreamforce conference in San Francisco earlier this month, conference attendees were given badges like any other conference. They also were given pronoun buttons.
A reader from the California area sent me a photo of these pronoun buttons. Continue reading →
There should be more voices in news and media, not fewer.
Get a sneak peek of the new voice being added. Continue reading →
This past Spring, the Human Rights Campaign enlisted a number of businesses in their economic blackmail campaign intended to force North Carolina into repealing House Bill 2 (HB2).
These businesses ignored that HB2 allows private business to administer their own facilities policies, where as the Charlotte Ordinance forced public and private business alike to ban single sex facilities.
Many of these businesses and their CEO’s called HB2 ‘discriminatory’, including the CEO of Wells Fargo and PayPal’s Peter Thiel. In the last two days, both of these men are now facing some serious scandals. Continue reading →
English lessons in one North Carolina high school included questionable characterizations of Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, as well as commentary about Republicans and FOX news. Audio of the lesson in question was captured by a student or students unknown attending … Continue reading →