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Neil Campbell

Neil lives in Canada and writes about society and politics.
Ezra Levant and Rebel Media won a decisive battle in the fight against cancel culture in a breach of contract and defamation lawsuit settlement after Alberta’s Historic Princess Theatres cancelled a 2019 book signing for Levant’s book, The Libranos, after left-wing Twitter users and theatre staff organized to threaten a boycott of the venue unless the Theatre broke their contact
Canada’s Rebel Media Sues Twitter Users, Theatre Staff in Fight Against Cancel Culture
Canadian independent media outlet Rebel Media is, in a new approach to the fight against cancel culture, suing individual Twitter users and employees of a venue who helped organize a boycott of owner Ezra Levant’s...
Flag at Sam Houston State University. A Victims of Socialism memorial commemorating the 94 million people killed by communist and socialist regimes placed by the Young Conservatives of Texas student group was removed the same night it was erected, calling into question who stole the memorial and what the motivations were.
Who Stole the Victims of Socialism Memorial at Sam Houston State University?
A memorial commemorating the 94 million lives lost in socialist and communist regimes at a Texas university disappeared the same night it was set up. School administration has denied responsibility, calling into question both who...
Pro-vaccine demonstrators hold a "Free the Vaccine" rally in front of the Pfizer Headquarters in New York on March 11. Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla said his company would be expanding their mRNA vaccine business beyond the COVID-19 pandemic
Pfizer Plans to Expand mRNA Vaccine Business Beyond SARS-CoV-2
Vaccine manufacturer for the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus, Pfizer, says it will advance its mRNA vaccine business beyond the virus which causes the disease the Chinese Communist Party-friendly World Health Organization dubbed Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)....
A vaccine site worker uses a tablet to check-in Los Angeles Unified School District staff to receive vaccinations at a vaccination site, which is part of a plan from the LAUSD and the State of California. Staff sued the LAUSD after language from the District’s Human Resources Department and the union both made it clear the district had established a mandatory vaccination policy as a condition of employment.
LA School District Staff Sue Over Mandatory Vaccination Policy
A lawsuit has been filed against the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) over a mandatory vaccination policy requiring all employees to receive a jab for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and to submit evidence of it...
U.S. President Joe Biden (R) and U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris arrived at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia, on March 19, 2021. While Biden and Harris were busy in Atlanta, Georgia, to tour the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and to meet with Georgia Asian American leaders, photos of packed cells of the Donna migrant camp were leaked to Project Veritas. Neither member of the Executive Branch has committed to visiting the southern border amid the migrant crisis.
Biden and Harris Make No Commitment to Visit Donna Migrant Camp After Whistleblower Leak
Three sets of images emerged on March 22 of cramped and crowded conditions inside a temporary processing facility to house migrants attempting to enter the U.S. in Donna, Texas under new immigration rules set by...
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov attends a meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Sochi on May 13, 2019. Russia’s Foreign Minister said countries must not violate human rights or the rights of travellers in any form of vaccine certificate or vaccine passport rollout during a press conference in China on March 22.
Russia’s Foreign Minister: ‘We Must Prevent Violations of Human Rights’ With Vaccine Passport Implementation
Russia’s Foreign Minister said vaccine passport schemes must not violate human rights and also wore a mask that appeared to speak out against pandemic lockdown measures during a visit to China on March 22.  According...
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken (L) and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan (R) address the media following the closed-door morning talks between the United States and China upon conclusion of their two-day meetings in Anchorage, Alaska on March 19, 2021. The Chinese Communist Party had President Biden’s staff on the back foot from the getgo as it promoted communism and showed defiance of an international rules-based order in the Anchorage talks.
Chinese Diplomats Try to Show America Who’s Boss at Anchorage Talks
The first meeting between representatives of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and United States got off to a rocky start as Chinese delegates put Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake...
James O'Keefe, President, Project Veritas, addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference being held in the Hyatt Regency on February 26, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. Project Veritas prevailed in a Motion to Dismiss brought by New York Times in a defamation lawsuit resulting from the Times’ reporting on a piece Veritas released on ballot harvesting and Ilhan Omar’s campaign in Minnesota
New York Times Loses Motion to Dismiss in Libel Suit On Project Veritas Ilhan Omar Ballot Harvesting Report
The New York Times has lost a motion to dismiss in a defamation lawsuit brought by investigative journalist team Project Veritas over mischaracterizations of a September 2020 report about ballot harvesting in Minnesota’s Somali community...
Federal Appeals Court Judge Laurence Silberman (R) and former Democratic Sen. Charles Robb (L) of Virginia, co-chairmen of the commission that studied pre-war U.S. intelligence regarding weapons of mass destruction, answer questions March 31, 2005 in Washington, DC. In a March 19, 2021 dissent, Silberman blasted the Democrat’s one-party control of America’s big media and big tech voices as a threat to Democracy.
Federal Appeals Court Judge Warns ‘One-party Control’ of Media a ‘Threat to a Viable Democracy’
A long-time federal appeals court judge appointed under the Regan administration sounded the alarm on the modern centralization and partisanship of big media in a dissenting opinion issued in a libel case on March 19. ...
Chinese customers look at iphones at the official opening of the new Apple Store in the Sanlitun shopping area on July 17, 2020 in Beijing, China. As Apple rolls out new privacy measures in iOS 14, Chinese state-backed China Advertising Association is working with Tencent and ByteDance to circumvent the measures
China Advertising Association, ByteDance, Tencent Working to Circumvent iOS 14 Privacy Upgrade
Chinese state-run China Advertising Association is developing proprietary technology to circumvent new privacy restrictions implemented by tech giant Apple in the coming iOS 14.5, and China’s ByteDance and Tencent are leading the charge.  Apple announced...
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and then-U.S. Vice President Joe Biden (2nd R) meet on March 10, 2011 with their delegations in Moscow. Tensions between Moscow, Washington, Putin, and Biden trace directly back to a U.S. Intelligence Community report claiming Russia was the primary actor in 2020 federal election interference, while communist China was merely a bystander
Biden Versus Putin Drama Boils Back to Intelligence Community Election Interference Assessment
The U.S. National Intelligence Council (NIC), a group composed of seven different intelligence organizations, has said Russia sought to defame President Joe Biden and his family during the U.S. Presidential Elections, according to a report...
The logo of the open source Signal mobile messaging service. The app’s end-to-end encryption does not allow the company to see users’ messages, which is at the root of why China blocks Signal. Forcing alternatives out with the Great Firewall internet censorship system corners users into using Tencent’s WeChat, which is heavily surveilled by artificial intelligence
China Blocks Signal, Illustrating the Communist Regime’s Use of WeChat Surveillance
As China blocks Signal, an open-source encrypted messaging program, from the mainland, eyes are once again on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) use of WeChat as a tool of surveillance, data collection, and monitoring against...