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civil liberties 460We support the protection of our civil liberties under the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. We have a particular focus on the First Amendment which embodies the liberty of free expression through speech and the media, freedom of religious belief and practice, freedom of political belief,  and the right for peaceful assembly to appeal to the government to modify policies and eradicate injustices.

We support the Second Amendment which protects our right to keep and bear arms and the Fourth Amendment which prevents the government from unreasonable search and seizure of our individual property.

While we acknowledge the equal protection clause under the 14th amendment which provides access to free public elementary and secondary school education for all US citizens and legal residents, we are also proponents of school choice which grants parents the ability to select the best educational option for their children including traditional public, public charter, parochial, private or home school.

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‘Twitter Files’ reporter reveals censorship was even WORSE than he initially thought

Journalist Michael Shellenberger, who has done an immense service to the nation with his work on the “Twitter Files” showing the federal government’s involvement in the “Censorship Industrial Complex,” said that things are even worse than he first believed. The intrepid reporter appeared on Friday’s edition of “America’s Newsroom” on the day after he provided testimony before the House Weaponization of the Federal Government subcommittee, further elaborating on the Orwellian manipulation of the digital public square by the feds and their Big Tech partners. Perhaps most chilling was his revelation of the use of military-grade psychological operations conducted against Americans, leading to Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer questioning him about what he meant when he told lawmakers that it was worse than he originally thought. (Video: Fox News) “Well, it’s worse in the sense that the censorship was just one part of what we saw happening, both by U.K. and U.S. so-called former military contractors, but also currently employed, including some of those working for the Navy in 2020 when they created something called the Cyber Threat Intelligence League, supposedly of volunteers,” Shellenberger said. “But many of these people were working actively for the Department of Homeland Security. We also saw people from the FBI working with social media companies to censor Americans,” he continued. “But what we discovered was basically a handbook that they had created to use psychological operations and disinformation tactics against the American people.” “These are tactics that have been developed abroad by the U.S. military and U.S. allies. So to see them turn against the American people really in reaction to the Trump election in 2016,” the reporter said. “There was a sense in which Trump was elected because of social media and these individuals, potentially with support directly from the government, were engaged in

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X CEO defends Elon Musk’s provocative message for ‘blackmailing’ advertisers with Free Speech statement

Linda Yaccarino, the CEO of the social media platform X, has come out in defense of her boss’s profane attack on fleeing advertisers. In an X post published very late Wednesday evening — hours after Musk had issued the controversial remarks — she defended X owner Elon Musk’s vision of a platform that’s dedicated to free speech. “X is enabling an information independence that’s uncomfortable for some people. We’re a platform that allows people to make their own decisions,” she wrote. “[H]ere’s my perspective when it comes to advertising: X is standing at a unique and amazing intersection of Free Speech and Main Street — and the X community is powerful and is here to welcome you. To our partners who believe in our meaningful work — Thank You,” she added. Look: Today @elonmusk gave a wide ranging and candid interview at @dealbook 2023. He also offered an apology, an explanation and an explicit point of view about our position. X is enabling an information independence that’s uncomfortable for some people. We’re a platform that allows… https://t.co/PSmSKRkJSq — Linda Yaccarino (@lindayaX) November 30, 2023 As seen above, the tweet began with her noting that Musk had also issued an apology, albeit one unrelated to his profane attack on fleeing advertisers. He’d specifically apologized for liking an allegedly anti-Semitic tweet. He’d issued the attack on fleeing advertisers and apology for liking an anti-Semitic tweet while speaking earlier Wednesday at The New York Times’ DealBook Summit. During an interview, he was asked about all the advertisers who’ve fled X in recent weeks over both his liking of an allegedly anti-Semitic tweet and also his refusal to censor and silence dissenting voices. “I hope they stop. Don’t advertise,” he said, essentially endorsing the advertisers’ exit. “You don’t want them to advertise?” the interviewer,

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