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Elizabeth Heng: Creating The New Internet to replace the old internet
Elizabeth Heng, CEO of The New Internet, tells the story behind why she’s starting an internet browser without censorship and with privacy solutions, and explains how it will work.
Stephen Yates says his firing was “inappropriate and politically motivated"
China expert and former Radio Free Asia president Stephen Yates claims he was unfairly fired from his position at RFA for political reasons related to China.
John Paul Mac Isaac: “People do horrible things over money”
The computer shop owner who turned Hunter Biden’s laptop over to the FBI discusses why he did it, and the subsequent consequences of his publicity.
Heritage Action: How to fix our broken election system
Jessica Anderson, Executive Director of Heritage Action, explains that the best way to fix America’s broken election system is to first block the H.R. 1 bill that federalizes the presidential election, and then create a grading rubric with criteria for safe and secure elections that each state can be measured by so they can solve those problems.
Dr. Matthew Spalding: 1776 Commission report and legacy
Dr. Matthew Spalding, Executive Director of President Trump’s 1776 Commission and Dean of the Van Andel Graduate School of Government at Hillsdale College’s Washington, D.C. campus, explains the report that the commission produced and its legacy.
Declassified FBI documents: FBI leadership gave Hillary Clinton defensive briefing, ignored FISA warrant application
According to the recently declassified FBI documents on the Russia collusion investigation, the FBI leadership refused to act on the FISA warrant application with regard to Hillary Clinton’s campaign because they chose to give her a defensive briefing instead, which was the opposite of what they did for Donald Trump’s campaign.