Tag Archives: free speech

Google’s Underground Resistance

In my last post I discussed the imbalance in regards to property rights that occur in society and how this makes it difficult to properly apply libertarian philosophy. This is where person A’s rights are fully respected, but he does … 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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What Ann Coulter’s Canceled Speech Tells Us

Ann Coulter was scheduled to give a speech at Berkeley, but had to cancel at the last minute shortly after the Young America’s Foundation (YAF) yanked their support due to overwhelming threats of violence from leftists and a lack of … Continue reading

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Preventing The Reaction

Why libertarian criticism of the Alt. Right falls on deaf ears. Continue reading

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Diversity + Proximity = Censorship

Due to a myriad of commitments both personal and professional, I won’t be blogging here much for the next while. However, I will try to get a quick thought out when I can. Chateau Heartiste popularized a maxim that diversity … Continue reading

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Diversity Doesn’t Care About Free Speech

Courtesy of InfoWars.com (emphasis added). Earlier this week, the student activist group, chaired by three black students, was successful in urging the Student Executive Committee to sack three white student leaders on the Student Senate who they said did not “stand … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Doesn’t Seem to Realize Where “Limits” on Free Speech Lead

According to Pope Francis, “You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.” Meanwhile, in Saudi Arabia, a blogger named Raif Badawi has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 … Continue reading

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