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Together, we can and should demand that Facebook remain as neutral and hands-off as possible when it comes to policing speech on its site.
The poisonous fruit of the left’s long march into academia. They have destroyed our universities and colleges, with public school education not far behind. Inculcation, indoctrination and brainwashing. Why do our taxpayer dollars still go to these treasonous machines? WE are funding the new Nazi-esque youth movement. We are funding
It is rare to see or hear of anyone taking a stand against the rapid increase in legally forced Humanism in public life. Everywhere we look, we see freedom of speech and freedom of religion suppressed to appease a small group of Americans. But there is hope, as some still
“If you can’t say ‘Fuck’ you can’t say, ‘Fuck the government.’” ― Lenny Bruce Not only has free speech become a four-letter word—profane, obscene, uncouth, not to be uttered in so-called public places—but in more and more cases, the government deems free speech to be downright dangerous and in some
State-sanctioned, State-licensed, and State-regulated schools, professions, and regulations covering every area of our lives are all utterly incompatible (and openly at war) with true, biblically defined freedom and liberty.
“War is being declared on the conservative movement in this space and conservatives are losing — badly.”
The father of the San Bruno shooter who opened fire in the YouTube headquarters Tuesday reportedly warned police — who talked to his daughter that morning — that she “hated” the company and may go after them.
In The Coming of the Third Reich, historian Richard J. Evans explains how, in the early days of National Socialist Germany, Stormtroopers (Brownshirts) “organized campaigns against unwanted professors in the local newspapers [and]staged mass disruptions of their lectures.” To express dissent from Nazi positions became a matter of taking one’s life
The governor of South Carolina, Henry McMaster, is urging lawmakers to pass a bill that would counter antisemitism on college campuses in the state. McMaster is the same guy who made a controversial speech addressing the freedom of religion in 2014: Now he’s pressing lawmakers to pass H. 3643, which