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“The Trump-Biden Heavyweight Fight Round 1 Is Finally Here.”

Well, one of them will be a heavyweight – the other will be suffering from sleeping in his basement these many months. Either way, I’ll be tweeting my way through the lambasting. Yeah, I don’t think Biden can keep up with Trump but that’s why the game is played – to find out.

Twitter Doodlings – Failure to Understand the “Live Free or Die” Ethos

I suppose I’ve now triggered her and she’ll start screaming “Harassment!” just like the sponsors of the now down in flames HB1159 (the “shut the ‘Grok down” bill). All because a loyal reader pointed me to a few of Gracie Gato’s tweets – and this one tells us where she’s at as far as NH …

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Jeff Woodburn

“Now do Jeff Woodburn”

Bob Forsythe is a Republican NH State Rep that has a number of charges against him including domestic violence. For the last few days, the political establishment on both sides of the aisle has been calling for him to resign even as he was running for re-election. Yesterday, he did.

Tyranny Looms If We Do Not Respond.

Tyranny Looms If We Do Not Respond

We should understand tyranny looms if we do not respond. Ms. Bari says editors live in fear of offending this orthodoxy. Writers are careful lest they ruin their careers. The Times plays it so safe in accepting op-eds Twitter has become the “ultimate editor.”

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Twitter Trolls, Hackers, and Snowflakes, Oh My!

Last week was exciting. Someone created a Twitter account to point out how pathetic ‘Grok’s Twitter engagement was. We were in jail for a year so it’s not great. Theirs was worse, which I pointed out, but they insisted on claiming that GraniteGrok had no reach so I shared this and ruined their day.

We must defend our values and principles

Trump Turns the Heat up on Twitter

Facebook, Twitter, and others have been hiding behind section 230(c) of the Communications Decency Act. It protects them from liability based on the content others publish on their platforms that they have been “editing” by their deliberate actions to suppress it. Mr. Trump says that makes them a publisher.