Saturday, December 18, 2021
Friday, December 17, 2021
Zuckerberg's $350 Million: "Thinly veiled efforts to get-out-the-vote for Democratic candidates, specifically for Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Thursday, December 16, 2021
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
In November, my wife asked me whether I had seen an article with the remarkable headline “Is It Safe to Go to Thanksgiving Dinner?”
“Is that from last year?” I asked.
“No, it’s a few days old,” she said, her voice sinking to a growling murmur. “These people.”
I am old enough to remember the good old days when holiday-advice pieces were all variations on “How to Talk to Your Tea Party Uncle About Obamacare.” As Christmas approaches, we can look forward to more of this sort of thing, with the meta-ethical speculation advanced to an impossibly baroque stage of development. Is it okay for our 2-year-old son to hug Grandma at a Christmas party if she received her booster only a few days ago? Should the toddler wear a mask except when he is slopping mashed potatoes all over his booster seat? Our oldest finally attended her first (masked) sleepover with other fully vaccinated 10-year-olds, but one of them had a sibling test positive at day care. Should she stay home or wear a face shield? What about Omicron?
I don’t know how to put this in a way that will not make me sound flippant: No one cares. Literally speaking, I know that isn’t true, because if it were, the articles wouldn’t be commissioned. But outside the world inhabited by the professional and managerial classes in a handful of major metropolitan areas, many, if not most, Americans are leading their lives as if COVID is over, and they have been for a long while...
How to Stop Google Apps from Tracking You Before Christmas Travel
Google is notorious for tracking and monitoring its users but following public scrutiny, the company has made it easier to control the data it collects on you. Americans should take steps to protect their privacy before traveling for the Christmas holiday.
CNET reports in an article titled “Google is Tracking you, But Changing These Settings Can Stop it,” that Google tracks its users heavily, and even using just one Google app means that the company is storing your information such as your location data.
So how do we fully stop Google’s location tracking?
Turn off Google’s location tracking
To completely shut down Google’s ability to log your location, here’s what to do:
1. Open Google.com on your desktop or mobile browser, and log into your Google account by using the button in the top right corner.
2. Click your user icon in the top right corner and select Manage your Google account.
3. Click Privacy & personalization.
4. Click Things you’ve done and places you’ve been.
5. Click Location History inside the History Settings box. This opens Activity Controls.
6. Beneath Location History, click the button on the right that reads Turn off. This opens a pop-up window.
7. Scroll to the bottom of this window and click Pause.
This prevents Google from storing location markets linked to specific actions and the storing of information collected from searches or other activities.
CNET further outlines how to stop Google from collecting additional web and app activity.
Read more at CNET here.
Monday, December 13, 2021
Nolte: Fox News Finally Rids Itself of Dishonest Ratings Failure Chris Wallace
Fox News must be thrilled to finally be rid of Chris Wallace, the only recognizable name at Fox regularly murdered by the competition.
On Sunday, Wallace announced he was going to work for CNN. Oops, I mean CNN+, which will be CNN’s soon-to-be-failed streaming service.
Sunday, December 12, 2021
COVID-19 A Pandemic Of Fear "Manufactured" By Authorities: Yale Epidemiologist
The COVID-19 pandemic has been one of fear, manufactured by individuals who were in the nominal positions of authority as the virus began to spread across the globe last year, according to Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch.
In an appearance on Epoch TV’s “American Thought Leaders” program, Risch, an epidemiology professor at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, argued that by and large, what has characterized the entire CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic has been a “degree of fear and people’s response to the fear.”
“Overall, I’d say that we’ve had a pandemic of fear. And fear has affected almost everybody, whereas the infection has affected relatively few,” said Risch.
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'1984' Prequel Released Where People Beg Big Brother To Take Away Their Rights To Protect Them From Virus https://t.co/cN4t6nYfS4— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) December 6, 2021