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Facebook profits rise amid revelations from leaked documents

Amid fallout from the Facebook Papers documents supporting claims that the social network has valued financial success over user safety, Facebook on Monday reported higher profit for the latest quarter. The company’s latest show of financial strength followed an avalanche of reports on the Facebook Papers — a vast trove of redacted internal documents obtained

John Stossel

Opinion: BEEReaucrats

Jim Caruso, CEO of Flying Dog Brewery, calls his business a “First Amendment brewery.” That’s because he keeps going to court to defend beer labels. It started in 1995, when Colorado’s Liquor Commission objected to the label, “Good Beer, No S—.” Bureaucrats told him, “Pull the beer from the market, or we suspend your license,”

Buz Blog

Opinion: It’s Not Just a Conspiracy, It’s a Formula

On this Fourth of July, while we remember our Founding, the freedoms and independence that date symbolizes, we should also reflect on how our freedoms have been eroded. At no period in our lifetime, have our God-given rights been more at risk. They have not been endangered by forces outside our country. The danger is

Opinion

Opinion – Mr. Biden: Appoint a Race-Reality Czar

The New York Times is hostile to free speech. Last year, it published a column with the title “Free Speech is Killing Us.” Nor is the Times friendly to whites. Onetime editorial board member Sarah Jeong complained — among many other things — about “dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions

Buz Blog

Opinion: Snowed Out

As I write this column, I am sitting in our Winnebago RV at Buckskin Mountain State Park near Parker, Arizona. When we left on this trip, we planned to spend a couple of days in Quartzsite, a few days in Lake Havasui City, a few more at Buckskin and then return home. Unfortunately, while most of

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City of Prescott’s Statement Regarding Offensive Signs

The City of Prescott recently learned of offensive and abhorrent signs posted at a local business.   We absolutely reject the message on the signs, and similar rhetoric, however the City is bound to uphold the Constitutional rights of all citizens. City Code inspectors spoke with the manager of the establishment, who moved the signs from

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