Tag Archives: The Atlantic

The James Gang Celebrates 500

In the 500th edition of New World Next Week, James Corbett and James Evan Pilato kick it old style with a retro 10 minute episode!

In this jam-packed edition, the Jameses cover: the new proposal for “pandemic amnesty” from the lockdown and jab advocates who don’t want to take responsibility for their actions; the growth of DIY gardening efforts as people realize the controlled, centralized systems of the global supply chain and factory farm-to-fork food industry is not their friend; and Sweden ditching its climate minister as it restructures its government in defiance of the Agenda 2030 scam. More from The Corbett Report and Media Monarchy.

Is It Time For Amnesty or…?

Is it time for amnesty or justice?

Responding to an article by The Atlantic, written by Emily Oster. More from Really Graceful.

Do Not Forget. Do Not Forgive.

RazorFist rails against The Atlantic and its call for conservatives to forget and forgive the leftists who pushed Covid and censorship upon us.

No, we do not forget and we do not forgive your horrendous crimes. You have violated your fellow American citizens. You have upbraided our free speech. You also brought great shame upon our nation and its heritage. Now, you must prepare to suffer the consequences.

RazorFist is hardly alone in his feelings. Yesterday, we ran similar comments from Amazing Polly in Canada. And today, we also hear from Computing Forever in Ireland, whose take is identical: We will never forgive or forget!

Likewise, And We Know answers “no dice” to the left’s calls for amnesty. So they now feel guilty and abject desperation over pushing censorship, election fraud and Anthony Fauci’s Covid-19 pestilence?

Along with their fake news allies, these leftists need to learn: There’s a price to pay when you foster corruption. We will not allow these fraudulent institutions to destroy our nations. Nor will we sit back idly while the globalists unleash more phony vaccines to “depopulate” us. Enough, already!

Pandemic Amnesty?

Hell to the no! More from Styxhexenhammer666.

Emily Oster wrote The Atlantic‘s whiny article titled “Let’s Declare A Pandemic Amnesty.” Not a chance in hell of that happening! More from Amazing Polly.

Who Owns Your Phone?

“Who owns your phone at the end of the day?” asks Derek Khanna, a visiting fellow at Yale Law and former staff member at the Republican Study Committee. Last fall, Khanna earned notoriety – and a pink slip – for a public memo urging GOP members of Congress to rethink their stance on copyright law.

More recently, in a column for The Atlantic, Khanna blasted a new ruling that criminalizes the unlocking of cellphones under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). Unlocking the phone simply means that a person could use a phone designed for one carrier on another carrier, assuming they had switched his plan. In addition to civil penalties, breaking this law could land you in prison for up to five years and force you to pay a fine of up to $500,000.

“In 1998 a poorly written statute, the DMCA, was passed and it prohibited a wide swath of commonly used technology in the name of defending copyright,” Khanna explains. “If this is allowed to stand, then the answer is you don’t own your phone.” H/T Reason.TV

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