New York Times

Silicon Valley Censorship

Google's latest project is an application called Perspective, which, as Wired reports, brings the tech company "a step closer to its goal of helping to foster troll-free discussion online, and filtering out the abusive comments that silence vulnerable voices." In other words, Google is teaching computers how to censor.

Intel Vets Challenge "Russia Hack" Evidence

In a memo to President Trump, a group of former U.S. intelligence officers, including NSA specialists, cite new forensic studies to challenge the claim of the key Jan. 6 'assessment' that Russia 'hacked' Democratic emails last year.

The Dynamics Of A Riot

"... it always ends in the same way. The false economy of “free stuff” eventually devolves into overtaxation and economic collapse. When it does, people are more likely to riot, as the entitlements are “owed” to them. In today’s world, however, this condition has peaked far beyond what the world has ever seen before."

Giuliani Denies He Is Being Considered For Attorney General

Following this morning's Acios report that Trump is considering replacing AG Sessions with Rudy Gioiliani, the former New York City Mayor spoke to CNN, and disputed the report. Giuliani told CNN there is no truth to what Axios reported and added that Sessions "made the right decision under the rules of the Justice Department" to recuse himself from the investigation into Russian election meddling