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Elections

No major problems with ballot drop boxes in 2020, AP finds – Associated Press

The expanded use of drop boxes for mailed ballots during the 2020 election did not lead to any widespread problems, according to an Associated Press survey of state election officials across the U.S. that revealed no cases of fraud, vandalism or theft that could have affected the results. The findings from both Republican- and Democratic-controlled

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: What Really Happened to Justin Bieber? – Michelle Malkin

Everyone with a phone or computer has seen the mega-viral videos and photos of 28-year-old pop star Justin Bieber. “As you can see, this eye is not blinking,” he told his whopping 241 million Instagram followers last weekend. Bieber’s handsome face is drooping and lopsided; he “can’t smile,” his “nostril will not move,” and “there’s

Opinion

Opinion: Not Much Hope for New Tobacco Director – Inside Sources

It was recently announced that Dr. Brian King would lead the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products. The center’s previous director retired in April, and an acting director is in place until King takes over in July. King is the wrong choice and the FDA needs reforms, especially concerning its funding and regulation of tobacco products. While other centers

Twitter

Will Musk’s hands-off ideal for Twitter have broad appeal?

Coming up with $44 billion to buy Twitter was the easy part for Elon Musk. Next comes the real challenge for the world’s richest person: fulfilling his promise to make Twitter “better than ever” as a lightly regulated haven for free speech. His vision for improving the 16-year-old company leans heavily on a pledge to

Opinion

Opinion: Social Media at 25 — a Mental Health Checkup – Inside Sources

Twenty-five years ago, the age of social media began with the launch of sixdegrees.com, a website that allowed users to create custom profiles. At the time, many of us were not aware of what was going on, but this moment marked an important turning point in the way we would communicate and consume information, and for

Opinion

Opinion – White House on Censorship: ‘More Can Be Done’ – Gregory Hood

Credit Image: © Michael Reynolds – Pool Via Cnp / CNP via ZUMA Press Wire [Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] It’s one thing when journalists want people deplatformed. Countless

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