Infowars

What is the advertising value of a ban?

Banned

In a recent case of private companies exercising their right to de-platform voices they disagreed with, the controversial Alex Jones and his Infowars content was banned from various social media sites.? They included?YouTube, Facebook, iTunes, Google Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio, MailChimp, Disqus, LinkedIn, Flickr, Pinterest and several others.

The curious thing is that these different organisations all chose to exercise their legal right not to host Alex and the Infowars content contemporaneously. Does this prove there is an ‘Info War’? Was it a coordinated takedown and thus some form of restrictive trade practice?? Zerohedge has the story. Quote. Read more »

Whaleoil included in the 14 best Conservative sites on the web

The Connor Post in America has written an article about the 14 best Conservative sites on the?Web and they included Whaleoil at number 13. We were in very good company too with Breitbart at number two, Stefen Molyneux?s Freedomain Radio at number four, Infowars at number 8, The Pickering Post by Australian cartoonist and blogger Larry Pickering at number 11 ?the Gatestone Institute at number 12 and Pat Condell at number 14.

There are a lot of conservative sites and conservative news aggregators out there, but not all are remotely equal. Open borders and crony capitalism aren?t conservative, nor is Trump bashing or going after any other Western leaders that want to put their countries and the West first.

The truth is, there are fewer great sites out there than you think. Here?s the best conservative sites in fairly loose order:

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