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He's reposting all of his messages from his own operation, Truth Social, under the new Twitter profile "President Donald J. Trump's Truth Social Posts." (@PresTrumpTS)

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Prominent journalists are calling for the media to champion a "pro-democracy" bias in how they portray politicians and government agencies. But tub-thumping for democracy -- or at least for politicians who claim to be pro-democracy -- is a poor

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Ron Paul Institute - Ron Paul

Any doubt that many progressives have abandoned their commitment to free speech was erased by the hysterical reaction to Elon Musk's effort to purchase Twitter and return the company to its roots as a free speech zone.

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According to reports, Elon Musk is now expected to take over as the temporary CEO of Twitter as soon as his financing of the purchase is finalized. It is good news because buying Twitter may prove a mere skirmish in comparison to the coming battle.

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Elon Musk's latest Twitter controversy has seen him slammed for saying the antidepressant Wellbutrin should be taken off the market, whilst lauding the effectiveness of psychedelics. So, is Musk now taking on Big Pharma?

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Caitlin Johnstone

The last few days in the United States have seen a parade of wealthy freaks fellating each other's egos and preening for the cameras in outlandish garb while ordinary Americans suffer more and more.

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Rightists have spent the last couple of days freaking out and invoking Orwell's 1984 in response to something their political enemies are doing in America, and for once it's for a pretty good reason.

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The New York Times earlier this week ran a guest essay by Gawker founding editor Elizabeth Spiers, fulminating about Elon Musk's effort to purchase Twitter. She wrote: