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New York Times Censors Dick Morris Book on Trump ☞ Newsmax.com

“Based on retail sales compiled by Bookscan for the week of Aug. 28, ‘The Return’ should be No. 4 on the Times’ list.

But Morris’ book is nowhere to be found with more than 4,000 book sales for the week. But a book co-authored by Oprah Winfrey had less than 3,000 book sales and made the list at No. 9.”

Justice for J16 ☞ American Greatness

“Now, following last week’s arrest of Democratic Party activists disguised as staffers for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” for unauthorized incursions into Capitol buildings, one must assume prosecutors are hastily preparing similar indictments against Colbert’s team to reflect a fair handling of the two incidents. Colbert’s employees, after all, were caught not once but twice unlawfully entering areas of the Capitol complex—in Justice Department parlance related to January 6, that is known as a “restricted area”—on June 16.”

School Shootings: Horrific but Statistically Rare ☞ City Journal

“There is not an epidemic of mass shootings,” says James Alan Fox, a criminologist at Northeastern University who has been tracking these events for decades and helps keep the AP/USA Today/Northeastern Mass Killing database. “What’s increasing and is out of control is the epidemic of fear.”

New York Times Columnist’s Lunch Date With Joe Biden Backfires After Unintentional Revelations ☞ RedState

“President Biden invited me for lunch at the White House last Monday. But it was all off the record — so I can’t tell you anything he said.I can, though, tell you two things — what I ate and how I felt after. I ate a tuna salad sandwich with tomato on whole wheat bread, with a bowl of mixed fruit and a chocolate milkshake for dessert that was so good it should have been against the law.”

60 Minutes Spotlights a Disinformation Absurdist as DHS Launches ‘Disinformation Governance Board’ ☞ PJ Media

“By an amazing coincidence, CBS news show 60 Minutes aired a segment on Sunday night highlighting how easily disinformation can be created and spread. It’s incredible that they just happened to have this episode in the can and ready to roll at the same time the Biden administration is launching its shiny new Ministry of Truth to crack down on all the disinformation in the United States! … Yes, they really think we’re this stupid.”

A note to our readers ☞ NBC News

“A review by NBC News has found 11 articles written by a reporter over the last year that did not meet our standards for original material. The articles contained passages from other news organizations that were used without attribution.”

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