There is a video quickly making the rounds online. In it, this guy is amazed, surprised, exasperated that when you type www.antifa.com as a web address and hit enter, it takes you to JoeBiden.com (and the donations page).
This little clip at WMUR was brought to my attention: “Business owners get advice from Facebook on how to succeed on social media“. When I went traipsing over to see what it was, there she was – bright and cheery:
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This was a more lengthy Right To Know I sent to SAU 73 Superintendent Kirk Beitler than what I sent to our Town Clerk / Tax Collector (and modeled after Grokster Ann Marie’s one to SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan). And answer he did.
So, Grokster Ann Marie put in a lengthy RSA 91-A Right to Know demand to SAU 16’s Superintendent, David Ryan concerning the use of Social Emotional Learning and/or social media spying software. Here are the non-response responses (thus far) -Skip:
Last year Speaker Pelosi, using her best judgment, suggested federal politicians should decide what people post on social media. That’s right; Pelosi suggested that freedom of expression for social media companies is a “gift” and a “privilege.”
I like to call Greta Thunberg a Muppet, well, not just her. The left has hordes of them. Puppets repeating the words of political elites. Paid protesters holding signs on whose meaning they have no clue. David Hogg. But back to our inspired environmental activist and her ghostwriters.
When it comes to Campus free speech, Dartmouth is the dog in the Granite State. Josiah Bartlett reported last month that New Hampshire’s Ivy League College got a Red Light for creepy community spying and reporting. UNH, on the other hand, got a Green Light, and I’m still not sure why?