Whoever is in charge, decides misinformation, and that’s exactly what the White House is currently doing. It is best defined as “Corporate power fused with state power.” Rachel Bovard is here to discuss anti-trust, picking the science of misinformation, what the biggest hurdle for Conservatives and Republicans is, and Dana even reveals how Rachel finally convinced her on the whole anti-trust issue.
The Democrats are using Covid to silence their opposition, says Bill O’Reilly.
The DNC will “more aggressively engage” so-called fact checkers to police text messages containing “misinformation,” says Morgan Zegers.
Guest Curtis Houck discusses how the media wants you to turn on your inner circle, the poll on how many Americans view the media as an enemy of the people, and how The White House and Big Tech companies are working together on censorship.
In June alone, consumer prices increased five percent. Lumber, gas, new and used cars all got more expensive. Some good news, though: Your 4th of July cookout got 16 cents cheaper. Yay for cheaper hotdogs! Or so says the White House, because those 16 cents are actually really eight cents when you factor in inflation …
The mainstream media’s stunning reversal on fact-checking the lab leak theory is a prime example of the danger of the practice, says Buck Sexton.
Talk show host Matt Siegel was right to walk out after being told Demi Lovato was off-limits by management, says Bill O’Reilly.
The Case Against The New Censorship: Alan Dershowitz On Corporate Censorship In Big Tech and Academia