Internet Recruitment of Terrorists: Does Stopping It Mean the End of the 1st Amendment?

The massacre at the mosque in New Zealand has renewed calls for censoring the content of the Internet.  How can the digital giants stop the internet from being used as a recruitment tool for terrorism?  On-Target’s Larry Sparano warns of the dangers of the slippery slope ahead, as corporate and government interests

move toward control of what we’re allowed to see and hear on the Internet.  Here’s Larry with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio, New York:

New Zealand Shootings: Is Trump Really the Blame?

The massacre of worshipers at a mosque in New Zealand has renewed accusations that President Trump is responsible for the surge in hate crimes in the U.S. and around the world.  In a manifesto, the white supremacist who shot and killed 50 people

cites Trump as a symbol of White Pride, with whom he shares a common purpose. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano says such violence can’t be blamed solely on Trump, but also on the Democrats and Republicans and corporate and other special interests who laid the groundwork for what’s now occurring around the globe.  Here’s Larry in conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: