Free speech advocates from around the country gathered in Washington D.C. for a dual-demonstration that challenged corporate media and censorship, as well as the continued persecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

A pro-Assange flag draped over CNN’s boarded up sign.

Activists and advocates accompanied free speech organizations Action 4 Assange and The Convo Couch in Washington D.C. on March 17. The independent media groups and their allies marched across D.C. in solidarity with imprisoned journalist Julian Assange. Demonstrators protested in defense of numerous independent journalists and media personalities who have experienced censorship and pushback from Silicon Valley in recent months.

Among the roughly 50 activists in attendance were several well-known independent journalists and media members; including organizers Fiorella Isabel, Pasta Jardula, and Misty Winston.

Also in attendance was independent news videographer Ford Fischer. Fischer is one of the leading raw…


Inside one of America’s top Corporations, The Home Depot

“Home Depot,” by JeepersMedia

I have successfully infiltrated the walls of one of America’s capital behemoths. Each day that I arrive at the place of my employment I throw on an apron that is colored sour and acidic. On this apron are the words “The Home Depot”. An odd name for anyone working an entry-level position for the home improvement company because nothing about it reminds me of home. At most, there are a few irrelevant similarities, such as both containing door hinges and light bulbs. …


The LinkedIn co-founder flooded sketchy pro-Democrat organizations with cash and meddled with a US Senate election.

Out of all political spenders during the Donald Trump era, no one produced eyebrow raises and double-takes quite like Reid Hoffman. Over the course of one administration, the billionaire has funded a sleazy disinformation campaign, collaborated with the legal team for Fusion GPS (the investigative agency that backed the Steele dossier), strong-armed fellow tech oligarchs into matching his politically motivated financial contributions, and left a paper trail connecting him to the infamous Iowa Caucus Shadow app.

Hoffman’s overindulgent pro-Democrat footprint is ambitious enough to warrant a mini-series itself. …


Hoffman footed part of the bill for the Steele dossier defense team and the Iowa Caucus Shadow app.

In keeping with the Russiagate trend, Hoffman has dubious ties to Fusion GPS — the organization behind the infamous and wildly discredited Steele dossier.

Commissioned by Fusion GPS with funding from the Hilary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, ex-British spy Christopher Steele drafted the dossier. A leading source of the Russiagate hysteria of the past four years, the Steele dossier provided liberals with a safety net and a conspiratorial explanation following the unexpected 2016 presidential election outcome.

The report was an utter failure and was disproved by the Mueller Report. Despite this, mainstream media outlets have maintained their…


The LinkedIn co-founder flooded sketchy pro-Democrat organizations with cash and meddled with a US Senate election.

“Reid Hoffman” by Joi

Out of all political spenders during the Donald Trump era, no one produced eyebrow raises and double-takes quite like Reid Hoffman. Over the course of one administration, the billionaire has funded a sleazy disinformation campaign, collaborated with the legal team for Fusion GPS (the investigative agency that backed the Steele dossier), strong-armed fellow tech oligarchs into matching his politically motivated financial contributions, and left a paper trail connecting him to the infamous Iowa Caucus Shadow app.

Hoffman’s overindulgent pro-Democrat footprint is ambitious enough to warrant a mini-series itself. …


Introducing those with deep, dark money, pocketbooks and influence that have funded and cultivated the current class of US federal lawmakers.

“Trump & Biden” by ekaden

How shocking would it be if I explained that memes involving a GOP Senate candidate rose 3000% in 2017? That a Democrat-affiliated company planted the campaign and no one caught on? And what if a New York Times reporter buried the story and the company was funded by a Silicon Valley billionaire — the same billionaire who financed the failed Shadow application from the 2020 Iowa Caucus?

There is a tech oligarch that donated a mere $2 million to political causes before Donald Trump’s 2016 election but is said to have spent $100 million on ousting Trump this time around…


The lunacy of what is unfolding in Washington, D.C. may look unprecedented for the United States, but, in truth, it is common practice for the Red, White & Blue.

“File:Covert United States foreign regime change actions since 1950.png” by 0x60

At this very moment, there is a massive pro-Trump assault on Washington, D.C. MAGA supporters have draped themselves in American flags and strapped on their red hats to storm the Capitol building. The protestors have successfully stopped the high-profile, US House and Senate operated, electoral vote count scheduled for today.

As is expected, anti-Trump Americans have taken to social media to detail their shock and anger. Cable news and mainstream media…


The online petition database claims to be “committed to free speech,” but a deleted petition aimed at key investor, Bill Gates, presents another ethics question.

By: David Kain —Additional Research: Dan Goncalves

“Ben Rattray 2” by personaldemocracy is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Reports of an allegedly removed Change.org petition protesting Bill Gates and potentially mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations were swept under the rug earlier this spring. The petition is said to have garnered as many as 150,000 signatures — though some statements have capped at 130,000.

Change claims that it does not dictate who can and can’t post petitions to its site and does not incorporate guidelines that specifically bar protests…


“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @ SXSW” by nrkbeta is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Amid the toughest stretch for the US during the Covid-19 pandemic, House Rep. Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter to explain that fighting for healthcare isn’t a strategic move — despite it being overwhelmingly popular amongst Americans.

Her most recent input on the matter stands in stark comparison to ideologies she and other “progressive” Democrats have echoed while in office. Responding to a tweet from Los Angeles Chargers’ running back Justin Jackson, Ocasio-Cortez wrote:

The Dem votes aren’t there yet, and with a razor-thin margin the Dem NOs are > margin. So you issue threats, hold your vote, and lose. Then what…

David Kain

Poetry, politics, and sometimes video games. #FreeAssange

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