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Examiner.com and Tea Party Tribune Reporter Joe Newby Starts a War of Words against WePluribus Founder Scott Rohteron Sunday, June 16, 2013
Joe Newby continues to write a pack of lies about WePluribUS founder Scott Rohter which are told by only a handful of disgruntled former members of our small social network who now belong to the much bigger Tea Party Community Network owned by Tim Selaty. Joe also writes for the billionaire owner of a major media and entertainment group which owns Examiner.com…Read More »
My entire rebuttal to Joe Newby’s hit piece about me in the comment line on his blog was deleted within a few hours. It seems that Mr. Newby is guilty of doing some of the same things that he accuses Facebook of doing.. deleting comments and posts. His site seems more like a one man Conservative Firing Squad to me than a real Conservative Firing Line or blog. At least that is the way that I see it. And it seems like this guy can’t shoot straight either. He obviously gets the facts wrong, and he doesn’t like reading the truth so he deleted my rebuttal although other people are allowed to comment freely on the story especially if you agree with him…Read More »
WePluribus is a new and different kind of social network. It follows a completely unconventional model of delivering news and information. It is experimenting with a new approach to social networking. Not only is WePluribUS an interactive platform, but it also aspires to be member owned one day. Instead of merely broadcasting the news to thousands of couch potato consumers who are passively glued to their TV sets or to their computer monitors…Instead of just sharing mainstream media posts between thousands of Facebook User Timelines, WePluribUS actually wants to change the paradigm…Read More »
The lines have been drawn. The positions are hardened. The protagonists in this fight are Facebook with over a billion users and a virtual monopoly of the social networking industry on one side, and its most devoted users on the other side…Read More »