Should Government Be Able To Track Your Every Move Outside Your House For The Rest Of Your Life?

The United States is neither pragmatically nor legislatively prepared to match the rapid development of facial-recognition technology.

March 6, 2020 By Leo Briceno The Federalist

It only takes one picture for Clearview AI to start its search. The interface is simple: all you have to do is take a picture of a face, upload it, and the facial recognition app takes it from there, scanning as many as three billion pictures on the web for matching images. In seconds, it provides the resulting pictures along with links to where they were found. More…

Voters Rejected Every Candidate the Media Championed; Isn’t it Great?

March 4, 2020 By Larry O’Connor, Townhall

Your Super Tuesday hangover is starting to slowly wear off and as you rub your blood-shot eyes you read the headlines and face the realization that the Democrats’ presidential contest is now a two-person race between an elderly, establishment figure who has been part of the Washington political swamp for decades and a fervent, Bolshevik-loving socialist. One of those two figures will face-off against Donald Trump. More…

James Woods Has a Biden-Hillary Theory…

March 4, 2020 Bizpac Review.com

Outspoken conservative Hollywood actor and unabashed jokester James Woods has a wild, wild theory about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her clandestine quest for world domination (muahahaha).

To hear him tell it, the failed 2016 Democrat presidential nominee still seeks the presidency but knows deep in her heart that she’d only lose to President Donald Trump again if she entered the race. After all, even members of her own party dislike her. More…

Oregon House Republicans join Senate Republicans in Capitol walkout over climate bill

February 26, 2020 By Hillary Borrud, The Oregonian

Democrats and one Republican showed up for an Oregon Senate floor session Tuesday February 25, one short of the 20 members necessary for a quorum. Without a quorum, lawmakers were unable to conduct business during the second day of Senate Republicans’ walkout.

Members of Oregon’s Republican House caucus are boycotting Legislative action on Tuesday, joining their Senate counterparts who walked out Monday morning to stop progress on a controversial climate bill.

Both the House and Senate adjourned for the day shortly after 11 a.m. when it became official that absent Republicans had made it impossible to move forward on bills. More…

FRC: ‘Keep Your Kids Home on Transgender Propaganda Day,’ Thursday, Feb. 27

From the Family Research Council

February 26, 2020 By Michael W. Chapman, CNS News

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(CNSNews.com) — The conservative Family Research Council (FRC) is urging parents across the country to keep their kids home on Thursday, Feb. 27, a day that pro-LGBT activists and teachers will use to read pro-transgender books to children in some schools and libraries, a practice they want to establish as an annual event.

“Do you want your child to be psychologically manipulated at school on Thursday? Might be a good day for a Mommy Date at the museum!” said the FRC’s Cathy Ruse in a post on the group’s website.  More…