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Facebook: Diamond & Silk not ‘dangerous’ – good. Now what about the rest of us?

By Robert Laurie You can rest, now. You’re safe. The days, weeks, and months of terror are at an end. Diamond & Silk, those dastardly black Trump supporters, are “not dangerous.” This is according to

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Web sites had traffic before Facebook came along, right? Maybe we’re going back to the future . . .

By Herman Cain Quick: Before you read this, bookmark this site. Do it now. Now I’ll explain why. Facebook has only existed since 2005, and yet I’ve got some astonishing trivia for you about the

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Watch Ted Cruz question Mark Zuckerberg about the censoring of conservatives on Facebook

By Dan Calabrese At least he got him to admit that Silicon Valley is a very left-wing place, as if anyone didn’t know that. Is it proof that the bias is intentional and agenda-driven? Or

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Oh no! You voluntarily gave your data to a social network with a billion members . . . and people got their hands on it!

By Dan Calabrese Make this stop. Please. Not because I have any sympathy for Mark Zuckerberg, whose groveling over the matter is only feeding this silly narrative. But how can you take seriously the notion

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GOP Senate Judiciary member: Hey, Facebook’s problems may be impossible to fix without us regulating it

By Dan Calabrese I know. You’re mad at Facebook for being biased against conservatives or whatever, and you’re pretty sure it needs some comeuppance for abusing its powerful platform to help the left. You’re convinced

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Unsend is real! Mark Zuckerberg got caught nixing his Messenger sends, and soon Facebook will let you do it too

By Dan Calabrese I always figured “unsend” was a myth, like the Loch Ness Monster. Come on . . . once you’ve sent someone a message and it’s been downloaded to their computer or device,