Reviewing another week in censorship - Julian Assange, Aleksei Navalny, Paul Thacker, the NewsGuard scandal, and the Samizdat Prizes.
Donald Trump, as expected, won South Carolina and the lion's share of its Republican delegates. Where does Nikki Haley go now?
The South Carolina Republican Primary is now on, with Trump commanding prohibitive leads - and Haley receiving the darkest of money.
An Alabama businessman seeking to "primary" his Republican Representative calls for term limits for Congress, and explains his reasoning.
Tulsi Gabbard has made the Short List of candidates for Donald Trump to pick as Vice-Presidential running mate. But CNAV cannot endorse her.
New York, with its civil fraud verdict, has sent all deplorables the message that the law, in its hands, is a weapon against them.
Nikki Haley won't leave, though she can't win - but she isn't campaigning to win, but to make Trump lose. The country cannot afford this.
Biden and his allies are treating Trump as Putin allegedly treated Alexei Navalny – which progressives don’t (want to) understand.
New York State, through its courts and its Governor's clumsy pronouncements, has provoked a Constitutional crisis.
Democrats are destroying democracy because democracy would return Trump, whom they hate, to power. Americans are watching.