Tag Archives: censorship

Rethinking Free Speech

Should libertarians support the notion of “free speech”? Continue reading

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Muh “Private Companies!”

This Wikileaks piece on the relationship between Google and the U.S. government should make all those who support or condone – or even look the other way – at Google’s mass censorship of right-wing dissidents on the basis of “muh … Continue reading

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‘Muh Hate Speech – Be Careful What You Wish For

RamzPaul is one of my favorite people to follow on Twitter. Not only is he smart, but he has a razor-sharp wit that condenses a 1,000 word essay I might write into 160 characters or less. Denying the Holocaust in … Continue reading

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Here Cometh the Censors

Commenting on the show trial conviction of Dutch anti-Islam political leader Geert Wilders, Vox Day remarks: I suspect those eurofascists are going to be sincerely regretting their reprehensible and anti-democartic once the Dutch people put the PVV in power and … Continue reading

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Honorable Censor

In regards to Twitter’s censorship announcement, I’m sure someone has already said “it’s a private company and they can do whatever they want with their property. So there.” Question: are these are the same people who think bakers and florists … Continue reading

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Announcing the Commissariat for Trust and Safety

Twitter made a recent announcement. Unfortunately they neglected to see some of the mistakes they made and misconceptions, so I will do them a free service by making the needed corrections. Strikethroughs represent original text. Bold emphasis are mine. On … Continue reading

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Is America Becoming Like East Germany?

Recently I was watching a 1980s film called Night Crossing about the real-life account of two East German families who escape to West Germany in the late 1970s by a hot-air balloon. Production issues aside (some actors have English accents, some American, then … Continue reading

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