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It dawned on Canada Free Press when Canada Free Press savvy IT guy went looking for a suitable graphic to illustrate Neill Arnhar’s latest magnificent column that we wanted to post.

Instead of finding a graphic, we found a Google revelation.

It was something CFP calls a magnificent discovery because it revealed that Social media giant Google is nothing more than a major, government-supporting PR company—masquerading as the world’s largest Internet Search Engine.

Several observers responded to a CNN report posted on social media covering former President Donald Trump’s Bronx rally by saying the correspondent appeared to have a pained expression when noting the size of the crowd.

The clip posted online featured host Anderson Cooper talking to national correspondent Kristen Holmes as he asked her about the “kind of response” Trump received.

Her response likely isn’t something that President Joe Biden’s campaign nor that of members of his party wanted to hear.

Something very interesting happened on “The View.” Sure, there was the moment Bill Maher had to gently explain to Joy Behar that she’d lost all credibility due to her shameless shilling for Biden. But beyond that little tidbit, Behar inadvertently revealed the distorted, bizarre mindset of a Biden voter. She knows Joe isn’t up for the job. She’s aware of his endless issues, but she’s terrified of being honest about his failures and his decrepit “cadaver-like” persona because she doesn’t want to do anything to help President Trump.

Google’s recent introduction of AI-generated overviews in search results has sparked a debate about the accuracy and potential consequences of this new feature as it returns inaccurate and often hilarious responses.

Several major U.S. companies continue to flout First Amendment freedoms, according to a legal group’s new analysis and rankings. 

Alliance Defending Freedom’s annual Viewpoint Diversity Score Business Index ranks dozens of corporations based on their “respect for free speech and religious freedoms” both inside and outside of the companies. 

Denial of civil liberties, accompanied by punishment for anybody who exposes those violations, has become commonplace in contemporary America.

Yet, nothing that the nation has experienced — and that the more discerning protest — prepared us for the grotesque spectacle on display in the brutal suppression of free speech on university campuses. 

It is supposed to be a public broadcaster that represents everyone, but it turns out that NPR is a left-leaning, deep state-run media entity that lies and distorts the truth on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the World Economic Forum (WEF) and other behind-the-scenes puppet masters.