By Sarah MacMillanThe American ConservativeIn the last two years, the federal government has granted more than 10,000 copyright takedowns to the online news site The American Conservatives, whose site hosts a number of popular conspiracy theories.
The government also filed nearly 300 criminal copyright infringement lawsuits against The American Tories last year.
The site, however, has been accused of infringing upon the copyright of a number other individuals and businesses, including several prominent conservative pundits.
The American Conservatives site is owned by David and James B. Johnson, and has been featured in a number TV and movie movies including the upcoming “The Matrix” and the upcoming movie “Citizenfour,” both starring Kevin Spacey.
The site has also been the subject of a petition campaign by the group Media Matters to have the site’s name changed to “Conspiracy Theories,” citing the fact that it is owned and operated by the Johnson brothers.
The group has been pushing for a name change for The American Conservativotes since at least 2010, when the website launched.
In response to the petition, the government began taking action against The Americans website in January.
On February 15, The American conservatives asked the Department of Justice to investigate claims that the site infringed upon a number people’s copyright.
The Johnson brothers have responded to this request by telling The American conservative that they will continue to fight any efforts to change the name of their site, according to a statement sent to the American Conservative.
According to the Justice Department, The Americans site has been registered in multiple jurisdictions.
The website hosts several videos and a podcast called “The Daily Shoah,” which the Johnsons have said is not infringing on any copyright.
“The Shoah” hosts content from the website and is owned, operated, and promoted by the family of Daniel Ellsberg, who is known as the “Source of All Secrecy” for leaking the Pentagon Papers.
The Justice Department has also charged the website with distributing copyrighted material to minors.
In October, the department charged the site with distributing material that promotes the conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama is a secret Muslim, the conspiracy that the U.S. is waging war against Islam, and that Iran is behind the assassination of U.N. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice.
The Johnson brothers, in their statement to The American, claimed that the website hosts “false information,” “conspiracy theories,” and “hate speech.”
The Johnsons said that they were not involved in the website’s creation.
“We are very sorry that this has been made public,” they wrote.
“While we have always taken our duty to our readers seriously, we believe that it was not our intent to make our website, or any of the content on it, a platform for any and all activities.”
The American conservatives’ complaint against The Johnson Brothers claims that it violated the First Amendment’s Free Speech Clause, which prohibits speech that promotes or incites violence, defamation, or intimidation.
In a statement to the site, the Johnson Brothers stated that they had “never engaged in any of those activities,” adding that they have been “forced to take action against a number members of the American Conservatism community for posting and sharing content that we do not approve of and that we have not condoned.”
The Johnson Brothers’ lawyers, Brian Stelter and William Shumaker, did not immediately respond to requests for comment from The American.
The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website that the Johnson’s own sons run, also has been targeted for a takedown.
In July, the Daily Stormers website was taken offline after a court ruled that the Daily Mail’s website had infringed on the right to free speech.
“If you want to be a part of the Daily Caller,” one commenter on the Daily Snooze wrote, “then go to Daily Snoonet and join us.
We have something for you.
We are a group of smart people who have an agenda.”
The Daily Snootle has also received a takedown request from The Daily Storms website.
The online news outlet is owned through the same company that owns the Daily Shoan, and is also known as The Daily News.
The Daily Shoa’s website hosts content and is managed by James Woolsey, who was the founder of the conservative blog American Thinker.
Woolsey has also served as the managing editor of the site since 2010.
The National Review, which Woolsey once wrote for, has also come under scrutiny for the publication of material that appears to promote conspiracy theories and hate speech.
In May, the site received a domain name seizure, after receiving an email requesting the domain name for the website.
The National Review has been involved in several lawsuits against the government.
In addition, the website has been sued for defamation by former conservative journalist Michael Medved, who wrote a book titled, “The Liberal War on the American Mind.”
The National Policy Institute, which The National Conservative referred to in a press