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Sharyl Attkisson discusses 6 ways we were blind to screaming red flags about government surveillance.

Charles Burris says, Welcome to the digital gulag of algorithmic repression.

Truthstream Media asks, What’s your social credit score? (video)

The Intercept describes how the U.S. government has been terrorizing and murdering innocents overseas.

Jack Hunter asks, Would Lindsey Graham have sent Richard Jewell to Gitmo?

Frank Furedi: In 2020, we need to fight the new thought police.

Daily Wire: J.K. Rowling stands up to the fascists of GLAAD.

Thomas DiLorenzo on Pope Francis’s real faith.

Don Boudreaux comments on NPR’s ignorant discussion on climate change.

Morgan Artyukhina analyzes social media and social control: how Silicon Valley serves the U.S. State Department.

Robert Wenzel: The real policy agenda of the new Nobel Prize laureates in economics, and Thanks, California lefties, California sports bloggers lose their jobs.

Mac Slavo: Invisible ink tattoos could be used by the elites to identify unvaccinated kids.

Tim Carney: Corporate welfare for China, a swampy Trump-era tale.

Richard Ebeling on the perils and pitfalls of political paternalism.

Daisy Luther on Washington’s Afghanistan lies and now spending more on the same thing.

David Gordon on why Marx was against individual rights.

And John Stossel says, Give, don’t govern.

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