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    The Facebook Effect: Changes in News, Content & Promotion

    Join us for the Bloggers Briefing on Tuesday, April 8th at 12pm. The briefing will focus on Facebook and the many changes and challenges that organizations, businesses and bloggers face in the future. With changing algorithms and Facebook’s more prominent emphasis on news stories with vivid imagery, best practices from … More

    Research on Salt Shakes Its Bad Image

    Looks like we’ll have to take those warnings about sodium in our diet from First Lady Michelle Obama, bureaucrats, and assorted food police with, well, a grain of salt. The latest research indicates that most folks can stay healthy without cutting back on how much sodium they consume, Rebecca Voelker … More

    All Those Obamacare Stories You Told Us Were Untrue

    “There’s plenty of horror stories being told. All of them are untrue.” – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) “Many of the tall tales that have been told about this law have been debunked.” – President Barack Obama Last week was “victory lap” week for liberals on Obamacare. After years … More

    WATCH: Gingrich Calls Eich Resignation Example of ‘New Fascism’

    Former House speaker Newt Gingrich blasted the pressure that forced Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich to resign last week as an example of the “new fascism.” Eich had donated $1,000 in support of California’s Proposition 8, which defined marriage as between a man and a woman, in 2008. “If you’re a … More

    Just How Proud Are Lawmakers Who Voted for Obamacare?

    Liberals have been in defend-Obamacare mode for quite some time—and as the midterm election approaches, the questions may get a little tougher. For example, would you vote for Obamacare again? Senator Mark Pryor (D.-Ark.) said last week that he would. (See video above.) The reporter interviewing Pryor noted the millions of … More

    Cooling the Warming Worries

    Runners in Washington’s annual Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run this weekend will enjoy some beautiful views, as the city’s famous cherry trees bloom along the race course. Luckily, they’ll probably be spared another, almost annual event: news reports bemoaning that the blooms are occurring earlier and earlier because of climate … More

    Univision Partners with U.N. to Push Climate Change Agenda

    Walter Cronkite once said, “In seeking truth you have to get both sides of the story.” Well, if that’s the case, then our country’s biggest Spanish-language network has no interest in providing Hispanics in the United States—this nation’s fastest-growing and youngest demographic—with the truth on the issue of climate change. … More

    How Average Americans Are the Victims of Excessive Regulation

    In his State of the Union address earlier this year, President Obama vowed to wield his executive powers when faced with congressional resistance to his legislative agenda: “America does not stand still – and neither will I. So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation … that’s what … More

    The Bullies’ America

    They were once high principles in the pursuit of e pluribus unum. Now equality, diversity, and tolerance are used to destroy, compel and silence. This week’s purge of a tech company CEO who privately expressed a contrary viewpoint on marriage is just the latest example of tactics that eschew reason … More

    How Environmentalists Are Killing Jobs

    President Obama was on the road this week touting the need for infrastructure jobs, and he’s got the story half right. America does have a gaping infrastructure crisis, but fixing this problem wouldn’t cost a penny of taxpayer dollars, never mind hundreds of billions of dollars added to the debt, so the … More