Friday A/V Club: He wasn't really the character created by the late Norman Lear. But the advertisers did all they could to obscure that.
We should be skeptical of some Democrats' newfound embrace of "freedom" until they abandon freedom-restricting policies.
Plus: DeSantis threatens Miami restaurant over drag performances, Hawley blasts Amazon acquisition that might lower health care prices, and more…
A Truck Driver With a Few Thousand Bucks and an iPhone Just Toppled New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker
Edward Durr's incredible upset victory over New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney is worth celebrating.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Wants $100,000 Fines for Social Media Companies That Deplatform Politicians
It’s a terrible idea that violates Section 230, but is it actually unconstitutional? Don’t be so sure.
Plus: Trump talks COVID-19 numbers, more demands for TikTok, how the media might blow the 2020 election, and more..
Twitter's New 'Deceptive Video' Labeling Plan Immediately Abused To Attack a Silly Joke Ad from Bloomberg
Nobody is being misled by this obviously joking debate clip. But this sort of ginned-up outrage will be used to target political opponents.
As surely as winter follows fall, Republican election victories are followed by unconstitutional attempts to restrict political speech.
Plus: The ACLU sues the FBI, divorce rates are at 40-year low, and more...
As always, the best answer to bad speech is more speech, not censorship.
Nobody in the media should be supporting an elected official trying to control what speech online platforms allow.
Candidates used to let political operatives do the dirty work so they could appear above it all. Not Trump.
If you were planning to attend an anti-right rally in D.C. next week, we've got some awkward news for you.
This will hurt local challengers, not the Kremlin.
There's no reason for alarm (yet) over a Facebook data "breach" that benefited a firm with ties to Trump's campaign.
She's not the only one.
Sen. Feinstein's Threat to 'Do Something' to Social Media Companies Is a Bigger Danger to Democracy Than Russia
Do not ignore the self-interest of elected officials in controlling online political messaging.
Both candidates have terrible records on free speech.
Republicans for Lyndon Johnson, Democrats for Richard Nixon, and the prospect of a Republicans-for-Clinton campaign
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee makes Adele parody appealing to Iowa caucus voters and the result is pretty scary.
Promises boycott of Fox because of criticism.
Look out, world! Here comes Willkie!
Could Frank Underwood Beat Vladimir Putin? Bitch, Please.
No matter how angry the voters, incumbents always win
Ideological content aside, it's a pretty amazing piece of filmmaking.
He's ticked-off by socialism and by socially intolerant right-wingers
Can folks just stop shrieking about Citizens United?
Not every small business failure is due to the economy
Ad shows GOP senators praising Dem. Carmona when he was surgeon general, but then campaign attacks them
But was it really an issue of competition, not the economy?
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Critical of President Obama, of course