Dennis Kneale covers media & tech, healthcare & science, business vs. government and other pursuits in the realm where creative destruction collides with wealth creation.

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Thin Lizzie Owes Elon Musk an Apology

The Wall Street Journal on Sept. 18, 2023 published my op ed on Elon Musk and the Starlink-Crimea kerfuffle. You can read it here. –dk Sen. Elizabeth Warren is demanding an investigation of Elon Musk and SpaceX’s Starlink satellite network. She wants to know why he refused the Ukrainian military’s demand that he turn on


It was a grand experiment, and it enabled me to write some of the best stuff of my long career: 30 columns and 27,000 words criticizing the mainstream media for their blatant bias, dissecting their intentional lack of coverage of inconvenient truths, and examining their hidden motives and underhanded trickery.  We called my column The


April 19, 2023 5:52 pm ET Elon Musk is building Twitter into something better, bigger, safer and, above all, freer. Yet media headlines claim the company is “dying.” The doom is overwrought. The eccentric billionaire is creating one of the most powerful media platforms the world has ever seen. This was underscored last week when he


The original version of this column ran in the Washington Examiner on April 10, 2023.  Here: The sad murders of three young children and three staff members at a private Christian school in Nashville have been followed by bitter protests at state capitols, White House commentary, and a swarm of media kowtowing. But this wasn’t aimed


A version of this article ran on TruthDAO. A Little Lie pops up in the media when they are forced to acknowledge the existence of the Twitter Files. Or, perhaps, it is just an innocent fact error: that the Twitter censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop exposé in the New York Post lasted only a day or


TruthDAO A version of this story ran on The 11th and 12th installments of The Twitter Files came out on Tuesday of this week, revealing a new round of startling details of how Twitter executives conspired to censor or otherwise muzzle thousands of accounts at the behest of government officials. All along, one question gnaws at


A version of this article ran on Two hundred fifty thousand: That is how many Twitter accounts were subjected to censorship review by government officials who were cajoling and coercing Twitter into silencing the views of thousands of Americans, in a brazen and blatant violation of the First Amendment. It is a stunning number

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