Moderation Log

Date/Time Moderator Story/Comment/User, Action, Reason
2019-10-15 13:07 -0500 declan Story: Social-Justice Warriors Won’t Listen, but You Should
Action: changed tags from "socialism" to "socialism paywall"
2019-10-12 02:06 -0500 declan Story: The Cultural Civil War and Trump Derangement Syndrome
Action: changed title from "The Cultural Civil War and Trump Derangement Syndrome - Frontpagemag" to "The Cultural Civil War and Trump Derangement Syndrome"
2019-10-09 13:42 -0500 declan Story: How the Left is Banning Conservatives From the Internet
Action: changed title from "How the Left is Banning Conservatives From the Internet - Frontpagemag" to "How the Left is Banning Conservatives From the Internet", changed tags from "bigtech" to "bigtech conservativism deplatforming"
2019-10-07 18:29 -0500 declan Story: Norm Violations Are Now the Norm
Action: changed tags from "donaldtrump mediajackals" to "donaldtrump mediajackals paywall"
2019-10-07 00:44 -0500 declan Tag: foreignpolicy
Action: Updating tag foreignpolicy, changed description from 'Foreign policy and diplomacy' to 'Foreign policy & diplomacy'
2019-10-07 00:43 -0500 declan Tag: foreignpolicy
Action: Created new tag with id '68', with tag 'foreignpolicy', with description 'Foreign policy and diplomacy', with privileged 'false', with is_media 'false', with inactive 'false', with hotness_mod '-0.01'
2019-10-04 21:52 -0500 declan Story: Anti-gun researchers tracking purchases, personal data of tens of thousands of California gun owners
Action: changed tags from "deepstate firearms gunrights technology" to "deepstate firearms gunrights technology california privacy"
2019-10-04 21:52 -0500 declan Story: Anti-gun researchers tracking purchases, personal data of tens of thousands of California gun owners
Action: changed title from "Anti-Gun Researchers Tracking Purchases, Personal Data of Tens of Thousands of California Gun Owners" to "Anti-gun researchers tracking purchases, personal data of tens of thousands of California gun owners"
2019-10-04 21:48 -0500 declan Story: Anti-gun researchers tracking purchases, personal data of tens of thousands of California gun owners
Action: changed title from "Anti-Gun Researchers Tracking Sales, Personal Data of Hundreds of Thousands of CA Gun Owners" to "Anti-Gun Researchers Tracking Purchases, Personal Data of Tens of Thousands of California Gun Owners"
Reason: study textindicates tens of thousands of records, not hundreds of thousands
2019-10-04 00:43 -0500 declan Tag: events
Action: Updating tag events, changed hotness_mod from '0.08' to '0.0'
2019-10-03 23:03 -0500 declan Story: Don Kilmer: A Level Playing Field for Bad Guys is Dumb
Action: changed tags from "law gunrights" to "law gunrights essays"
2019-10-03 23:00 -0500 declan Story: Don Kilmer: A Level Playing Field for Bad Guys is Dumb
Action: changed description from "![Stones photo](https://images.unsplash.com/photo-1494861895304-fb272971c078?ixlib=rb-1.2.1&ixid=eyJhcHBfaWQiOjEyMDd9&auto=format&fit=crop&w=2550&q=80)\r\n\r\n**By [Don Kilmer](/u/don)**\r\n\r\n*Posted October 3, 2019 9:00 PM PT*\r\n\r\nI'm a proud gun nut. That means I often take friends, family, and acquaintances to the range to introduce them to shooting sports.\r\n\r\nI've had the pleasure of hosting the curious, the neophyte, and even political opponents. Once I was teaching a friend’s daughters—10 and 12 years old—to shoot a rifle. He was a shotgun guy and didn’t own any rifles. We met at the range with two goals: to teach gun safety, and test the girls' enthusiasm.\r\n\r\nMy favorite tool for that purpose is my semi-automatic [Ruger 10/22](https://ruger.com/products/1022/overview.html), with a heavy precision barrel and a scope at the 50-yard range. After a safety class, we rested the rifle on sandbags to maximize accuracy.\r\n\r\nThe beauty of using a small-bore scoped rifle to introduce a new shooter to the sport is that they get the instant gratification of seeing well-placed shots. Because their spotting scope is attached to their rifle, they can see instantly what works and what doesn't for each shot. And because the Ruger 10-22 is a semi-automatic rifle, it lets them develop a rhythm, which instills good habits, which in turn builds muscle memory.\r\n\r\nThere's something soul-satisfying when an old shooter like me watches the concentration on the face of a young shooter as they start their course of fire. The payoff comes with a smile as all 10 of their shots hit inside the 7-ring, with one or two in the 10-ring. Nothing cements a new shooter’s enthusiasm for the sport more quickly than the confidence that comes from a target that's worth showing off later.\r\n\r\nI'll never forget what this young shooter said next: “I was just getting the hang of it when the bullets ran out. Can’t we load more than 10 next time?” Alas, we were in California. I explained the limits set by state law. Her brow furrowed. She thought for a moment, then replied: “That’s dumb.”\r\n\r\nOne of the popular gun-control measures advanced today is the banning of “large-capacity magazines,\" also known as standard-capacity magazines. Usually this means banning any ammunition feeding device able to hold more than 10 rounds, though some states like New York [have imposed](https://buffalonews.com/2018/11/19/amid-confusion-part-of-safe-act-will-stop-being-enforced-in-erie-county/ ) a lower 7-round limit. \r\n\r\nSupporters of such laws make two arguments:\r\n\r\n1. It will limit carnage at possible future mass shootings by forcing the attacker to halt and change magazines every 5, 7, or 10 shots; and\r\n2. When the attacker pauses to change magazines, it may be possible to take him out or for victims to seek cover.\r\n\r\nOthers have described the tactical fallacies on which these arguments rest. Why would swapping magazines limit carnage if it takes two seconds? What if the attacker has multiple guns?\r\n\r\nThe philosophic fallacy is what I find most problematic. Why would we expect a person plotting murder to comply with a regulation limiting magazine capacity? Should we limit motor vehicles to 25 miles per hour to limit carnage caused by drunk drivers or people who text while driving?\r\n\r\nWhy should society handicap the law-abiding to limit the lawless? According to some versions, Cain slew Abel with one of the first “weapons of war”–a mere rock. David faced Goliath with only his staff, a sling, and five rocks taken from a brook near the battlefield. Our earliest writings teach us that weapons have no pedigree for good or evil. They can be wielded by the wicked or the righteous.\r\n\r\nThese accounts should remind us that the question of how to arm yourself against a threat is best left to the person actually facing that threat. Whether David used all five stones or only one, the principle remains the same. Weapons that are useful to those of us wishing to do good should not be hamstrung because they might be misused by those intent on evil. King Saul did not limit David’s \"magazine\" of rocks as he faced Goliath.\r\n\r\nPlacing 10 shots in the 7-ring, at a range, with a scope, using sandbags, with only the stress of trying to beat the score of your sister is one thing. Shot placement under the stress of defending your life or the lives of your loved ones is something entirely different. The last thing the virtuous need is to be intentionally crippled by their government when they must face evil.\r\n\r\nIf Cain’s use of a single rock was sufficient to kill, why not limit David’s rock-magazine capacity when he faced Goliath? Because, in the words of one girl wise beyond her years: “That’s dumb.”\r\n\r\n______________________________________\r\n\r\n*[Don Kilmer](https://dkgunlaw.com/) is a Second Amendment litigator.*" to "![Stones photo](https://images.unsplash.com/photo-1494861895304-fb272971c078?ixlib=rb-1.2.1&ixid=eyJhcHBfaWQiOjEyMDd9&auto=format&fit=crop&w=2550&q=80)\r\n\r\n**By [Don Kilmer](/u/don)**\r\n\r\n*Posted October 3, 2019 9:00 PM PT*\r\n\r\nI'm a proud gun nut. That means I often take friends, family, and acquaintances to the range to introduce them to shooting sports.\r\n\r\nI've had the pleasure of hosting the curious, the neophyte, and even political opponents. Once I was teaching a friend’s daughters—10 and 12 years old—to shoot a rifle. He was a shotgun guy and didn’t own any rifles. We met at the range with two goals: to teach gun safety, and test the girls' enthusiasm.\r\n\r\nMy favorite tool for that purpose is my semi-automatic [Ruger 10/22](https://ruger.com/products/1022/overview.html), with a heavy precision barrel and a scope at the 50-yard range. After a safety class, we rested the rifle on sandbags to maximize accuracy.\r\n\r\nThe beauty of using a small-bore scoped rifle to introduce a new shooter to the sport is that they get the instant gratification of seeing well-placed shots. Because their spotting scope is attached to their rifle, they can see instantly what works and what doesn't for each shot. And because the Ruger 10-22 is a semi-automatic rifle, it lets them develop a rhythm, which instills good habits, which in turn builds muscle memory.\r\n\r\nThere's something soul-satisfying when an old shooter like me watches the concentration on the face of a young shooter as they start their course of fire. The payoff comes with a smile as all 10 of their shots hit inside the 7-ring, with one or two in the 10-ring. Nothing cements a new shooter’s enthusiasm for the sport more quickly than the confidence that comes from a target that's worth showing off later.\r\n\r\nI'll never forget what this young shooter said next: “I was just getting the hang of it when the bullets ran out. Can’t we load more than 10 next time?” Alas, we were in California. I explained the limits set by state law. Her brow furrowed. She thought for a moment, then replied: “That’s dumb.”\r\n\r\nOne of the popular gun-control measures advanced today is the banning of “large-capacity magazines,\" also known as standard-capacity magazines. Usually this means banning any ammunition feeding device able to hold more than 10 rounds, though some states like New York [have imposed](https://buffalonews.com/2018/11/19/amid-confusion-part-of-safe-act-will-stop-being-enforced-in-erie-county/ ) a lower 7-round limit. \r\n\r\nSupporters of such laws make two arguments:\r\n\r\n1. It will limit carnage at possible future mass shootings by forcing the attacker to halt and change magazines every 5, 7, or 10 shots; and\r\n2. When the attacker pauses to change magazines, it may be possible to take him out or for victims to seek cover.\r\n\r\nOthers have described the tactical fallacies on which these arguments rest. Why would swapping magazines limit carnage if it takes two seconds? What if the attacker has multiple guns?\r\n\r\nThe philosophic fallacy is what I find most problematic. Why would we expect a person plotting murder to comply with a regulation limiting magazine capacity? Should we limit motor vehicles to 25 miles per hour to limit carnage caused by drunk drivers or people who text while driving?\r\n\r\nWhy should society handicap the law-abiding to limit the lawless? According to some versions, Cain slew Abel with one of the first “weapons of war”–a mere rock. David faced Goliath with only his staff, a sling, and five rocks taken from a brook near the battlefield. Our earliest writings teach us that weapons have no pedigree for good or evil. They can be wielded by the wicked or the righteous.\r\n\r\nThese accounts should remind us that the question of how to arm yourself against a threat is best left to the person actually facing that threat. Whether David used all five stones or only one, the principle remains the same. Weapons that are useful to those of us wishing to do good should not be hamstrung because they might be misused by those intent on evil. King Saul did not limit David’s \"magazine\" of rocks as he faced Goliath.\r\n\r\nPlacing 10 shots in the 7-ring, at a range, with a scope, using sandbags, with only the stress of trying to beat the score of your sister is one thing. Shot placement under the stress of defending your life or the lives of your loved ones is something entirely different. The last thing the virtuous need is to be intentionally crippled by their government when they must face evil.\r\n\r\nIf Cain’s use of a single rock was sufficient to kill, why not limit David’s rock-magazine capacity when he faced Goliath? Because, in the words of one girl wise beyond her years: “That’s dumb.”\r\n\r\n______________________________________\r\n\r\n*[Don Kilmer](https://dkgunlaw.com/) is a Second Amendment litigator and an editor of Talking.*", changed markeddown_description from "<p><img src=\"https://images.unsplash.com/photo-1494861895304-fb272971c078?ixlib=rb-1.2.1&amp;ixid=eyJhcHBfaWQiOjEyMDd9&amp;auto=format&amp;fit=crop&amp;w=2550&amp;q=80\" alt=\"Stones photo\"></p>\n<p><strong>By <a href=\"/u/don\">Don Kilmer</a></strong></p>\n<p><em>Posted October 3, 2019 9:00 PM PT</em></p>\n<p>I’m a proud gun nut. That means I often take friends, family, and acquaintances to the range to introduce them to shooting sports.</p>\n<p>I’ve had the pleasure of hosting the curious, the neophyte, and even political opponents. Once I was teaching a friend’s daughters—10 and 12 years old—to shoot a rifle. He was a shotgun guy and didn’t own any rifles. We met at the range with two goals: to teach gun safety, and test the girls’ enthusiasm.</p>\n<p>My favorite tool for that purpose is my semi-automatic <a href=\"https://ruger.com/products/1022/overview.html\" rel=\"nofollow\">Ruger 10/22</a>, with a heavy precision barrel and a scope at the 50-yard range. After a safety class, we rested the rifle on sandbags to maximize accuracy.</p>\n<p>The beauty of using a small-bore scoped rifle to introduce a new shooter to the sport is that they get the instant gratification of seeing well-placed shots. Because their spotting scope is attached to their rifle, they can see instantly what works and what doesn’t for each shot. And because the Ruger 10-22 is a semi-automatic rifle, it lets them develop a rhythm, which instills good habits, which in turn builds muscle memory.</p>\n<p>There’s something soul-satisfying when an old shooter like me watches the concentration on the face of a young shooter as they start their course of fire. The payoff comes with a smile as all 10 of their shots hit inside the 7-ring, with one or two in the 10-ring. Nothing cements a new shooter’s enthusiasm for the sport more quickly than the confidence that comes from a target that’s worth showing off later.</p>\n<p>I’ll never forget what this young shooter said next: “I was just getting the hang of it when the bullets ran out. Can’t we load more than 10 next time?” Alas, we were in California. I explained the limits set by state law. Her brow furrowed. She thought for a moment, then replied: “That’s dumb.”</p>\n<p>One of the popular gun-control measures advanced today is the banning of “large-capacity magazines,” also known as standard-capacity magazines. Usually this means banning any ammunition feeding device able to hold more than 10 rounds, though some states like New York <a href=\"https://buffalonews.com/2018/11/19/amid-confusion-part-of-safe-act-will-stop-being-enforced-in-erie-county/\" rel=\"nofollow\">have imposed</a> a lower 7-round limit.</p>\n<p>Supporters of such laws make two arguments:</p>\n<ol>\n<li>It will limit carnage at possible future mass shootings by forcing the attacker to halt and change magazines every 5, 7, or 10 shots; and</li>\n<li>When the attacker pauses to change magazines, it may be possible to take him out or for victims to seek cover.</li>\n</ol>\n<p>Others have described the tactical fallacies on which these arguments rest. Why would swapping magazines limit carnage if it takes two seconds? What if the attacker has multiple guns?</p>\n<p>The philosophic fallacy is what I find most problematic. Why would we expect a person plotting murder to comply with a regulation limiting magazine capacity? Should we limit motor vehicles to 25 miles per hour to limit carnage caused by drunk drivers or people who text while driving?</p>\n<p>Why should society handicap the law-abiding to limit the lawless? According to some versions, Cain slew Abel with one of the first “weapons of war”–a mere rock. David faced Goliath with only his staff, a sling, and five rocks taken from a brook near the battlefield. Our earliest writings teach us that weapons have no pedigree for good or evil. They can be wielded by the wicked or the righteous.</p>\n<p>These accounts should remind us that the question of how to arm yourself against a threat is best left to the person actually facing that threat. Whether David used all five stones or only one, the principle remains the same. Weapons that are useful to those of us wishing to do good should not be hamstrung because they might be misused by those intent on evil. King Saul did not limit David’s “magazine” of rocks as he faced Goliath.</p>\n<p>Placing 10 shots in the 7-ring, at a range, with a scope, using sandbags, with only the stress of trying to beat the score of your sister is one thing. Shot placement under the stress of defending your life or the lives of your loved ones is something entirely different. The last thing the virtuous need is to be intentionally crippled by their government when they must face evil.</p>\n<p>If Cain’s use of a single rock was sufficient to kill, why not limit David’s rock-magazine capacity when he faced Goliath? Because, in the words of one girl wise beyond her years: “That’s dumb.”</p>\n<hr>\n<p><em><a href=\"https://dkgunlaw.com/\" rel=\"nofollow\">Don Kilmer</a> is a Second Amendment litigator.</em></p>\n" to "<p><img src=\"https://images.unsplash.com/photo-1494861895304-fb272971c078?ixlib=rb-1.2.1&amp;ixid=eyJhcHBfaWQiOjEyMDd9&amp;auto=format&amp;fit=crop&amp;w=2550&amp;q=80\" alt=\"Stones photo\"></p>\n<p><strong>By <a href=\"/u/don\">Don Kilmer</a></strong></p>\n<p><em>Posted October 3, 2019 9:00 PM PT</em></p>\n<p>I’m a proud gun nut. That means I often take friends, family, and acquaintances to the range to introduce them to shooting sports.</p>\n<p>I’ve had the pleasure of hosting the curious, the neophyte, and even political opponents. Once I was teaching a friend’s daughters—10 and 12 years old—to shoot a rifle. He was a shotgun guy and didn’t own any rifles. We met at the range with two goals: to teach gun safety, and test the girls’ enthusiasm.</p>\n<p>My favorite tool for that purpose is my semi-automatic <a href=\"https://ruger.com/products/1022/overview.html\" rel=\"nofollow\">Ruger 10/22</a>, with a heavy precision barrel and a scope at the 50-yard range. After a safety class, we rested the rifle on sandbags to maximize accuracy.</p>\n<p>The beauty of using a small-bore scoped rifle to introduce a new shooter to the sport is that they get the instant gratification of seeing well-placed shots. Because their spotting scope is attached to their rifle, they can see instantly what works and what doesn’t for each shot. And because the Ruger 10-22 is a semi-automatic rifle, it lets them develop a rhythm, which instills good habits, which in turn builds muscle memory.</p>\n<p>There’s something soul-satisfying when an old shooter like me watches the concentration on the face of a young shooter as they start their course of fire. The payoff comes with a smile as all 10 of their shots hit inside the 7-ring, with one or two in the 10-ring. Nothing cements a new shooter’s enthusiasm for the sport more quickly than the confidence that comes from a target that’s worth showing off later.</p>\n<p>I’ll never forget what this young shooter said next: “I was just getting the hang of it when the bullets ran out. Can’t we load more than 10 next time?” Alas, we were in California. I explained the limits set by state law. Her brow furrowed. She thought for a moment, then replied: “That’s dumb.”</p>\n<p>One of the popular gun-control measures advanced today is the banning of “large-capacity magazines,” also known as standard-capacity magazines. Usually this means banning any ammunition feeding device able to hold more than 10 rounds, though some states like New York <a href=\"https://buffalonews.com/2018/11/19/amid-confusion-part-of-safe-act-will-stop-being-enforced-in-erie-county/\" rel=\"nofollow\">have imposed</a> a lower 7-round limit.</p>\n<p>Supporters of such laws make two arguments:</p>\n<ol>\n<li>It will limit carnage at possible future mass shootings by forcing the attacker to halt and change magazines every 5, 7, or 10 shots; and</li>\n<li>When the attacker pauses to change magazines, it may be possible to take him out or for victims to seek cover.</li>\n</ol>\n<p>Others have described the tactical fallacies on which these arguments rest. Why would swapping magazines limit carnage if it takes two seconds? What if the attacker has multiple guns?</p>\n<p>The philosophic fallacy is what I find most problematic. Why would we expect a person plotting murder to comply with a regulation limiting magazine capacity? Should we limit motor vehicles to 25 miles per hour to limit carnage caused by drunk drivers or people who text while driving?</p>\n<p>Why should society handicap the law-abiding to limit the lawless? According to some versions, Cain slew Abel with one of the first “weapons of war”–a mere rock. David faced Goliath with only his staff, a sling, and five rocks taken from a brook near the battlefield. Our earliest writings teach us that weapons have no pedigree for good or evil. They can be wielded by the wicked or the righteous.</p>\n<p>These accounts should remind us that the question of how to arm yourself against a threat is best left to the person actually facing that threat. Whether David used all five stones or only one, the principle remains the same. Weapons that are useful to those of us wishing to do good should not be hamstrung because they might be misused by those intent on evil. King Saul did not limit David’s “magazine” of rocks as he faced Goliath.</p>\n<p>Placing 10 shots in the 7-ring, at a range, with a scope, using sandbags, with only the stress of trying to beat the score of your sister is one thing. Shot placement under the stress of defending your life or the lives of your loved ones is something entirely different. The last thing the virtuous need is to be intentionally crippled by their government when they must face evil.</p>\n<p>If Cain’s use of a single rock was sufficient to kill, why not limit David’s rock-magazine capacity when he faced Goliath? Because, in the words of one girl wise beyond her years: “That’s dumb.”</p>\n<hr>\n<p><em><a href=\"https://dkgunlaw.com/\" rel=\"nofollow\">Don Kilmer</a> is a Second Amendment litigator and an editor of Talking.</em></p>\n"
2019-10-03 17:48 -0500 declan Tag: events
Action: Created new tag with id '67', with tag 'events', with description 'Events', with privileged 'false', with is_media 'false', with inactive 'false', with hotness_mod '0.08'
2019-10-03 13:38 -0500 (Users) User Tom
Action: changed own username from "tom" to "Tom"
2019-10-03 12:46 -0500 (Users) User SheldoniusRex
Action: changed own username from "sr" to "SheldoniusRex"
2019-09-30 13:56 -0500 (Users) User Gadbous
Action: changed own username from "guy" to "Gadbous"
2019-09-30 13:04 -0500 (Users) User Upholder
Action: changed own username from "jr" to "Upholder"
2019-09-30 12:21 -0500 (Users) User madmax
Action: changed own username from "mm" to "madmax"
2019-09-30 08:41 -0500 (Users) User bdillahu
Action: changed own username from "bruce" to "bdillahu"
2019-09-30 02:12 -0500 (Users) User ROFuher
Action: changed own username from "rf" to "ROFuher"
2019-09-30 01:02 -0500 (Users) User Ragnar_Danneskjold
Action: changed own username from "rd" to "Ragnar_Danneskjold"
2019-09-29 18:53 -0500 (Users) User BlackJack
Action: changed own username from "warren" to "BlackJack"
2019-09-29 16:20 -0500 (Users) User KLS--TASG
Action: changed own username from "kenny" to "KLS--TASG"
2019-09-29 15:06 -0500 (Users) User argentwolf
Action: changed own username from "carl" to "argentwolf"
2019-09-29 13:18 -0500 (Users) User TomGresham
Action: changed own username from "tom" to "TomGresham"
2019-09-25 21:55 -0500 declan Story: Will the United States become a socialist country?
Action: changed title from "Will the US Become a Socialist Country?" to "Will the United States become a socialist country?"
2019-09-25 12:49 -0500 declan Story: The Disturbing Reason Why the Dems Really Want to Impeach Trump
Action: changed title from "The Disturbing Reason Why the Dems Really Want to Impeach Trump - Frontpagemag" to "The Disturbing Reason Why the Dems Really Want to Impeach Trump", changed tags from "donaldtrump" to "donaldtrump democrats politics"
2019-09-25 00:15 -0500 declan Story: Gen Z-ers Like Me Are Being Seduced by Socialism
Action: changed title from "Gen Z-ers Like Me Are Being Seduced by Socialism | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be Taken Seriously" to "Gen Z-ers Like Me Are Being Seduced by Socialism"
2019-09-17 00:26 -0500 declan Story: Charles C.W. Cooke on #MediaJackals: "Bad, Press" (January 2019)
Action: changed title from "Bad, Press by Charles C.W. Cooke (reprint from Jan., 2019)" to "Charles C.W. Cooke on #MediaJackals: \"Bad, Press\" (January 2019)"
2019-09-17 00:25 -0500 declan Story: YouTube censors pro-Trump media outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network, removes live streaming
Action: changed title from "Google Is Evil: YouTube Censors Top Trump Media Outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network - Removes Live-Stream Capabilities" to "YouTube censors pro-Trump media outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network, removes live streaming", changed tags from "bigtech donaldtrump" to "bigtech donaldtrump deplatforming"
2019-09-12 11:24 -0500 declan Story: ‎Podcast: Andrew McCarthy Explains Why You Should be Afraid of the FBI/NSA/CIA/DOJ
Action: changed tags from "civilwar2 crime deepstate donaldtrump law politics history" to "civilwar2 crime deepstate donaldtrump law politics history audio"
2019-09-05 22:01 -0500 declan Story: José Niño: Government Won't Save Us From "Woke" Corporations
Action: changed title from "Government Won't Save Us From \"Woke\" Corporations | José Niño" to "José Niño: Government Won't Save Us From \"Woke\" Corporations", changed tags from "economics" to "economics bigtech"
2019-08-21 13:06 -0500 declan Story: Heather Mac Donald: Trump Isn’t the One Dividing Us by Race
Action: changed tags from "donaldtrump" to "donaldtrump paywall"
2019-08-21 13:06 -0500 declan Story: Heather Mac Donald: Trump Isn’t the One Dividing Us by Race
Action: changed title from "Opinion | Trump Isn’t the One Dividing Us by Race" to "Heather Mac Donald: Trump Isn’t the One Dividing Us by Race"
2019-08-15 15:23 -0500 declan Story: Jon Miltimore: 7 reasons to oppose "red flag" gun laws, especially federal laws
Action: changed title from "7 Reasons to Oppose Red Flag Guns Laws | Jon Miltimore" to "Jon Miltimore: 7 reasons to oppose \"red flag\" gun laws, especially federal laws"
2019-08-15 10:38 -0500 declan Story: Charles C. W. Cooke: Max Boot’s Dishonesty
Action: changed title from "Max Boot’s Dishonesty — by Charles C. W. Cooke" to "Charles C. W. Cooke: Max Boot’s Dishonesty", changed tags from "mediajackals" to "mediajackals conservativism"
2019-08-15 10:37 -0500 declan Story: Why mass shootings happen in "gun-free" zones
Action: changed title from "Mass Shootings in Gun-Free Zones | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be Taken Seriously" to "Why mass shootings happen in \"gun-free\" zones"
2019-08-15 10:37 -0500 declan Story: The common thread binding these mass murderers, and it's not political ideology
Action: changed title from "The Common Thread Binding These Mass Murderers | The American Spectator | Politics Is Too Important To Be Taken Seriously" to "The common thread binding these mass murderers, and it's not political ideology"
2019-08-14 13:39 -0500 declan Story: The Techlash Is Only Making Facebook Stronger
Action: changed tags from "bigtech paywall" to "bigtech"
2019-08-14 13:39 -0500 declan Story: The Techlash Is Only Making Facebook Stronger
Action: changed url from "https://www.bloombergquint.com/businessweek/the-techlash-is-only-making-facebook-stronger" to "https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-14/the-techlash-is-only-making-facebook-stronger"
2019-08-14 13:38 -0500 declan Story: The Techlash Is Only Making Facebook Stronger
Action: changed tags from "bigtech" to "bigtech paywall"
2019-08-14 12:15 -0500 declan Story: The Mainstream Media wants the Mifsud story to just go away
Action: changed title from "The Mainstream Media Wants the Mifsud Story to Just Go Away" to "The Mainstream Media wants the Mifsud story to just go away", changed tags from "donaldtrump" to "donaldtrump mediajackals"
2019-08-10 18:02 -0500 declan Story: Study Finds Rise In 'Doomsday Prepping' Due To Mainstream American 'Culture Of Fear'
Action: changed tags from "civilwar2" to "civilwar2 preparedness"
2019-08-08 15:05 -0500 declan Story: Left-leaning Princeton professor: "We are in a cold civil war"
Action: changed title from "Princeton professor: 'We are in a cold civil war'" to "Left-leaning Princeton professor: \"We are in a cold civil war\""
2019-08-08 15:04 -0500 declan Story: Hans Eicholz: Ideology or Psychology?
Action: changed title from "Ideology or Psychology?" to "Hans Eicholz: Ideology or Psychology?"
2019-08-08 15:03 -0500 declan Story: Great Books for a Brainwashing
Action: changed tags from "culturewars" to "culturewars paywall"
2019-08-08 15:03 -0500 declan Story: The Psychology of the Leftward March
Action: changed tags from "democrats" to "democrats paywall"
2019-08-08 15:02 -0500 declan Story: What Ails the U.S. Press?
Action: changed tags from "mediajackals" to "mediajackals paywall"
2019-08-06 13:53 -0500 declan Story: What the "Green New Deal" is really about: It's not the climate
Action: changed title from "WHAT THE GREEN NEW DEAL IS REALLY ABOUT — AND IT’S NOT THE CLIMATE" to "What the \"Green New Deal\" is really about: It's not the climate"
2019-08-06 13:52 -0500 declan Story: ‎Podcast: Jay Nordlinger interviews author Kevin D. Williamson on his book "The Smallest Minority"
Action: changed title from "‎Podcast: Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger: 245. Kevin vs. the Mob" to "‎Podcast: Jay Nordlinger interviews author Kevin D. Williamson on his book \"The Smallest Minority\"", changed tags from "conservativism culturewars libertarianism politics" to "conservativism culturewars libertarianism politics audio"