During an interview aired on Tuesday's broadcast of "PBS NewsHour," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remarked that maybe there should be a | Clips

"I can beat him again"? You didn't beat him the first time!

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Boris Johnson is warned he could face jail if he fails to comply with a new law designed to stop the UK leaving the EU with no deal.

How's that going to work if the Cooper-Letwin bill isn't given Royal Assent?

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Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament for five weeks is being challenged in the courts for a second time.

Why is the BBC just going with the "five week suspension" lie when Boris is proroguing for four days?

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The PM says there will still be time to debate Brexit before October's deadline, but the move sparks anger and a new legal challenge.

I still don't know whether or not I can trust Boris, but I'll give him one thing - he knows how to rile up Remainers.

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Question to any far-leftists (I doubt there are many here, but still): What happened to "private companies can do whatever they want"?

Far-left double standards are starting to anger me...

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So, we had just pointed out that the "fired ex-Googler whistleblower" whom everyone was pointing to last week as "proof" of "anti-conservative bias" at Google, didn't look so good when you got to see the details...

When they can't disprove them, they move to discredit them.

I once thought Techdirt fought for internet freedom. Seems they don't anymore.

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Digital Media Tries To Purge Wokeness, Far Left Writers RESIGN In Outrage. A Top editor for a woke media outlet resigned amid controversy and a hit piece aga...

"Soon, gone will be the days of every media website trying to be woke." That day can't come soon enough.

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The New York Times reported that lawns Americans are obsessed with "come on the backs of slaves" and now are causing climate change.

You've got to be kidding me... Ridiculous!

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One of the reasons that Techdirt and many others fought so hard against the worst ideas of the EU Copyright Directive is that it was clearly the thin end of the wedge. If things like upload filters and the imposition of intermediary liability become...

This is what happens when an organization with ridiculous amounts of power has no accountability to the citizens they govern. I guessed Article 13 would only be the start of the EU's censorious and authoritarian path.

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"Don't you know we have a veto?", say Remainers.

Soon we won't.

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