That’s not how the Internet works.
Do not mess with these kids.
Hate has consequences.
“Women’s rights are human rights.”
A team of Twitter users is squaring off against White House lawyers in a battle to determine it’s legal for the president to block his critics on the social media site.
Library of Congress declines to continue archiving all tweets.
President Donald Trump’s outside lawyer, John Dowd, is preparing a new legal defense theory in regard to the Russian investigation: A president cannot be found guilty of obstruction of justice because the Constitution says so. Dowd cites Article II: “[The] President cannot obstruct justice because he is the chief law enforcement officer under [the Constitution’s Article II] … Continued
[DIGEST: Variance Explained, Cnet, Mic] Anyone who has heard a Trump speech can attest to the Republican presidential nominee’s penchant for strongly-worded rhetoric, while official statements from his camp tend to be more reserved. David Robinson, a data scientist at Stack Overflow, wondered if the same held true with Trump’s Twitter rants. [post_ads] “I saw … Continued