In a recent MRC Free Speech America investigation, Google’s search engine has come under scrutiny for allegedly displaying biased search results. The research, spanning a week, revealed that Google’s search results are far from impartial.
When MRC Free Speech America researchers entered the query “presidential campaign websites,” the results were startling.
Only two candidates’ websites appeared on the first page of the search results: a Democratic candidate and a Republican candidate polling at less than half a percent.
Tony Radakin said Western expectations for Kiev’s counteroffensive should be “adjusted”
Russia’s defensive lines have proven to be more resilient than the West had initially anticipated, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, the chief of the British Defense Staff has admitted, noting that the Russia-Ukraine conflict could drag on for some time.
Ten thousand people living in a primitive 144-floor underground silo believe they are the last people on Earth. For over 100 years, they have been told by the powers that be that outside all is desolate and poisonous. They even have proof, thanks to cafeteria windows showing the surface wasteland. Apple TV+’s Silo, based on Hugh Howey’s Wool book series, is a classic tale of the dangers of blindly trusting authority.
The first episode shows that the mayor, the head of I.T.
Many of us question the validity and accuracy of polls. Whether regarding a policy or the policy maker, the stats often seem tainted and biased. You usually have to analyze the poll takers and the source of info that accompanies the poll before you can trust the data. Years ago, polls were taken by calling random home phones. With very few landlines, polling techniques had to change, and the results over the last decade show those changes might not have been correct or effective. Don’t bet the house on poll results; you have to draw trends and the people’s temperature from the polls.
UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – The incident involving the honoring of Ukrainian Nazi veteran Yaroslav Hunka in the Canadian parliament can be viewed as a state crime, Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada told Sputnik.
The pivot to Asia has made recovery more sustainable, Maksim Oreshkin says
Western sanctions have forced Russia to restructure its economy and reorient towards rapidly developing markets in Asia, Kremlin adviser Maksim Oreshkin said at the Moscow Financial Forum on Thursday.
According to the official, the shift towards the “healthy part of the global economy” has allowed Russia’s recovery to become more sustainable. The country can also meet its objectives in a variety of areas, from defense and security to technological advancement and educational development, he added.
ROME — The U.S. is falling in Rome. So far. The Europeans got off to a dream start in the first session at the 44th Ryder Cup on Friday morning at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, storming to a 4-0 lead after the foursomes (alternate shot) session.
“We’re in the age of disorder.”
Outspoken conservative media personality Bill O’Reilly joined Tucker Carlson (the man who replaced him in his primetime Fox News slot) for a wide-ranging discussion of the dismal state of the world, and why progressive politicians are to blame.
“America has entered the age of disorder, and it’s because of the progressive movement,” O’Reilly lamented.
The former Fox News anchor lays out how this has occurred:
“President Biden, in my opinion, is diminished mentally, doesn’t know what he’s really doing from day-to-day.
Urban Meyer has no issue with Ryan Day cutting loose after Ohio State beat Notre Dame.
The Buckeyes coach generated a ton of attention when he ripped Lou Holtz immediately after the game for claiming his team wasn’t tough.
Day had pure passion and electricity running through his veins as he tore Holtz to shreds, and claimed it was “Ohio against the world.”
And here’s Ryan Day fired up over Lou Holtz: pic.twitter.com/kYkGAn5BAt
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 24, 2023
#NEW – Mayor Bowser on DC’s rising crime and 200+ homicides…
She says DC needs more police officers. @WUSA9 pic.twitter.com/VCApKXxzHJ
— Lorenzo Hall (@LorenzoHall) September 27, 2023
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, a former supporter of the ‘defund the police’ movement, urgently calls for increased policing as the nation’s capital faces an out-of-control murder crisis.
“What I can say is this: To me, numbers are just numbers.
ER Editor: See also this by the Independent — Plans for Poland’s first nuclear power plant move ahead as US and Polish officials sign an agreement And from EnergyWorld, which illuminates for us that there […]
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In light of all we now know about the harms from the mRNA vaccines, to advise further jabs is “no more and no less than medical negligence”, says Professor Angus Dalgleish.
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The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that judges are required to use preferred pronouns “or other respectful means” when addressing parties in their courtroom.
The court’s 5-2 ruling made the state the first in the nation with such requirements.
The rule will apply to any pronouns provided, including they/them and other “neo pronouns” beyond the male/female binary.
“History is made by being the first,” Justice Kyra Harris Bolden wrote in a statement about the new requirement. “Adopting this amendment makes Michigan courts more welcoming and inclusive for all.
‘Under Michael’s protection there is peace on earth, peace in heaven, praise and exultation; for he, mighty and valorous, stands for the safety of all and triumphs in the battle,’ writes Adam of St. Victor.
EAGLE PASS, Texas — Illegal migrants fist bumped and thanked Border Patrol agents for cutting through barbed wire that had been erected by Texas authorities to secure the border, the Daily Caller News Foundation observed Thursday in Eagle Pass, Texas.
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently instructed Texas authorities to place more wire along the Rio Grande River to address the influx of illegal crossings. Border Patrol agents cut through the wire to take into custody a group of migrants that had crossed the Rio Grande and arrived at the U.S. side of the river.
Their discussion focused on the situation in Libya and the surrounding region, according to the Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has held a meeting in Moscow with the commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.
“Yes, we confirm this meeting. Indeed, it took place today in the Kremlin. The situation in Libya and in the region as a whole was discussed,” said Peskov.
Dan Campbell, once again, gave Detroit Lions players and fans an epic victory speech.
The Lions manhandled the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field 34-20 Thursday night, and had a 27-3 lead at the half.
Detroit looks like a team that refuses to be stopped, and Dan Campbell continues to prove he’s the man for the job in the Motor City.
There’s one thing you can always count on after a big Lions win: Campbell get the guys ready to run through a brick wall. He definitely didn’t let anyone down after the big NFC North victory.
Dan Campbell and the Lions are 3-1 after beating the Packers.
Volunteer service members are enough to fill in ranks in the Ukraine campaign, a senior military official said
The Russian military leadership has no plans to conduct mobilization as its current needs are fulfilled by career military service members, including those who volunteered to fight against Ukraine, according to a senior official.
The pledge not to draft additional troops was reiterated on Friday by Vladimir Tsimlyansky, the deputy chief of the mobilization directorate of the General Staff. He was briefing the public about a scheduled conscription campaign that kicks off next week.
A small group of Tunisians arrived by boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa Friday, the first landing in over a week after a surge fuelled tensions in Europe over migration. Seventeen Tunisians were admitted to the island’s migrant reception centre, which earlier this month was overrun after 8,500 arrived in just three days, Italy’s […]
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Employment has dropped for the first time in three years, a survey shows
Hiring in Germany has stalled amid a worsening economic environment as the country continues to struggle with an energy crisis and soaring borrowing costs, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing the German Ifo Institute for Economic Research.
A measure reflecting hiring activity dropped to its lowest level since February 2021 this month, as employers in manufacturing and construction are thinking twice before taking on new staff, the study revealed.
Biden Bombshell: President’s brother told FBI family tried to help Chinese firm buy US energy assets
President’s brother told agents Hunter Biden believed CEFC company was tied to China’s president
By: John Solomon, JTN, September 28, 2023:
President Joe Biden’s brother told the FBI the first family – including Hunter Biden – tried unsuccessfully to help a Chinese company buy U.S.
On a French train, an African Muslim migrant expresses his deep gratitude to the people of France for taking him in and giving him a better life. RAIR Foundation French journalist and politician Damien Rieu shared this alarming video on his Twitter account, sparking widespread concern and condemnation across France.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Friday is expected to release a playbook on best practices for training workers as the low 3.8% unemployment rate and years of underinvestment have left manufacturers, construction firms and other employers with unfilled jobs.
Worker shortages have been a frustration for some employers, who upped their investments in new factories and construction projects after President Joe Biden signed into law funding for infrastructure, computer chips and a shift toward renewable energy sources.
Townhall Review – September 30, 2023
Hugh Hewitt talks with Byron York and David Drucker of the Washington Examiner about the results of the 2nd presidential debate held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California
Mark Davis sits down with Sean Hannity to discuss the GOP front-runner, Donald Trump, and why it’s going to be uphill sledding for other competing candidates.
Sebastian Gorka and Todd Bensman, author Overrun: How Joe Biden Unleashed the Greatest Border Crisis in U.S.