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by | Sep 17, 2022

Everyone hates Twitter. Twitter users hate Twitter. I hate Twitter, and I’ve posted nearly 65,000 tweets and retweets. Republicans and Democrats hate Twitter — which tells you something. Everyone knows that the San Francisco–based social media platform leans left. At…

by | Aug 1, 2022

Mexico’s attempt at a government-run wholesale wireless communications network is the latest in a string of costly, inefficient, and ultimately disastrous government-driven communications infrastructure projects worldwide. Since its inception, the “Red Compartida” (or shared network) has been mired in impropriety…

by | Jul 16, 2022

The Church of the Mountains and the Church of the Beach, not to mention the Church of the 18 Holes, have competition for the Sunday morning worship crowd: it’s called the Church of the Three-Piece Sectional. Pastors have been shaking…

by | Jun 10, 2022

Facebook made the metaverse a kitchen table topic when it changed its name to Meta. What is the metaverse, exactly? It’s a virtual world where you can be Snoop Dogg’s neighbor without physically living next to him — yes, you…

by | Apr 13, 2022

In its invasion, Russia still possesses, for the time being, a multitude of material advantages over Ukraine. Its air force fields more planes and launches more sorties, though it has largely failed to achieve air supremacy. Its navy has blockaded…

by | Apr 12, 2022

“Brain Cancer Link To Ordinary Mobile Phone Use Is Debunked After More Than 20 Years Of Speculation And Fear,” reads the MSN headline. Well, yes and no. It was first debunked in February 1993 in Investor’s Business Daily by a…

by | Feb 1, 2022

Even before the first progressive person was born, nature was already diverse. There are colorful flowers, there are brownish autumn fruits, and there are weird leafy things that make great-tasting gin and tonics. There are cute animals (pork ribs with…

by | Dec 17, 2021

It was an exceptionally dark night in Ruidoso, New Mexico, and I was riding in a car crawling down a narrow, lightless alleyway on my way with family to get dinner. “Turn right at the next street,” came a voice…

by | Nov 18, 2021

The biggest spy scandal of the year has been all but ignored in conservative media. Apart from a freelance story in the Washington Examiner, a conservative reader will be entirely in the dark about the scandal embroiling Israeli cybersecurity firm…

by | Sep 17, 2021

The first thing I noticed was the fresh, youthful perfume and the click of heels. An instant later, a sigh of despair. And then I turned around. I was first in line and the cause of her discomfort. She, as…

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