It couldn’t be more clear that social media is working overtime to shape public opinion. Is there a way to limit the power of these private sector tech giants without growing government? Peter St. Onge has some ideas.
By the way, you’ll be happy to know that social media giants like Facebook are already getting their “emergency measures” in place for the aftermath of next week’s election. Michael Snyder asks, are we about to witness the worst emotional meltdown in America’s history?
Will the votes cast in next week’s election be able to close the Pandora’s box of authoritarianism that has opened across the nation? James Bovard strips away all the sugar coating to explain how, for many of us, we’re simply going to be voting on who will be our next dictator.
Serious question here: Do you tend to see others as people or as potential vectors for spreading disease? We’ve all had our worldview challenged in 2020 but Barry Brownstein says, masks don’t have to divide us.