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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

January 6 committee

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas fake Trump electors in 7 states

The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection subpoenaed more than a dozen individuals Friday who it says falsely tried to declare Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 election in seven swing states. The panel is demanding information and testimony from 14 people who it says allegedly met and submitted false Electoral College certificates

Buz Blog

Opinion: Keep Informed – Buz Williams

“If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed” – Thomas Jefferson A couple of years ago I asked a lifelong friend of mine, who is a Democrat, if he ever watched Fox News. He looked at me aghast, and answered, “No! That’s nothing but

COVID-19

Pregnant people aren’t getting COVID vaccine, health providers worry

Giggles fill the room as Ruth Melgar tickles her infant son and gives him kisses. Her 3-year-old son stands by the bed and watches his little brother in amazement. But just a few months ago, with COVID-19 infections surging again, Melgar worried about getting vaccinated while pregnant. Eight months into her pregnancy, at one of

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