Heritage appealed the decision earlier this week, giving Amazon well beyond its own stated response time before issuing a forceful statement Thursday morning. Amazon subsequently reversed its decision and will allow paid promotion of Gonzalez’s book to move forward. Importantly, an Amazon spokesperson told The Daily Signal’s Fred Lucas that the original decision banning promotion was the result of human error, not an automated decision by a computer or algorithm.
This is a very positive development in Britney Spears’ fight for her freedom – but sadly there are thousands more trapped in abusive guardianships.
We thought we’ve seen it all from the radical left – from defunding the police, to the Green New Deal, to trillions in new spending with skyrocketing inflation – but this takes it to a whole new level: banning bacon? No way, folks.
A group of Loudoun County parents have filed a federal lawsuit against school leaders for violating students’ free speech rights. Over the past two years, the board and administrators have incorporated controversial and radical political theory into school curriculum. Now they are asking students to be vocal supporters of these political views or face being … Continue reading Parents sue radical CRT school board for bullying kids
“Where should we eat tomorrow?” my wife asked me excitedly as we sat on our deck Friday evening. She had locked down a babysitter for Saturday night, and we were both eager for our first dinner date alone together in months. “Broders',” I answered without hesitation. Located in southwest Minneapolis, Broders Pasta Bar is a … Continue reading Restaurants Now Adding ‘Equity’ Charges to Fight Oppression
State-sponsored compulsory or coerced sterilizations targeted the mentally and physically disabled as well as the poor, uneducated, immigrants, and minorities.
A lot has been said about Britney Spears’ conservatorship, but missing from the conversation has been Britney’s own voice. That changed this week when the pop singer gave public testimony and asked a judge to end her father’s control of her finances, career, and relationships. "I’ve been in denial; I’ve been in shock; I am … Continue reading Britney Spears Just Broke Her Silence on #FreeBritney—Let’s Hope It Sparks Reform
I learned the word "entrepreneurship" when I was 12. I had just started my first business, and my mother informed me I was now an “entrepreneur.” I didn't know what the word meant, but I liked the way it sounded. Even better, I liked having a business. I was selling hand-knitted dolls, made from patterns … Continue reading 3 Reasons Homeschoolers Often Become Entrepreneurs
After my own story about standing up to a woke mob—and succeeding—went viral on Twitter, I decided to speak out, because I am convinced that Americans need more encouraging stories about standing up to cancel culture, and information on how they can do it themselves.
On Monday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a “Big Tech Bill” that he says is designed to combat Orwellian censorship by companies such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google. The law requires companies to publicly disclose their moderation policies (something most, if not all, already do) and to stick to those policies consistently. If they don’t—or … Continue reading DeSantis ‘Big Tech Bill’ Is Actually a Step Closer to the World Orwell Feared