Tag Archives: freedom of speech
A curious debate over free speech has occurred regarding the case of Michelle Carter, a girl from Massachusetts convicted of manslaughter for her involvement in the suicide of her boyfriend. Reason Magazine argues that she had a right to tell … Continue reading
In a recent video, RamzPaul highlights leftist hypocrisy when it comes to the ability of employers to fire their workers for their political activism. Following the Charlottesville debacle, many of the attendees were doxxed and then terminated from their jobs. … Continue reading
This quote by David Bowie (RIP) perfectly illustrates a point I want to make. How many times have you heard this? I’m not really interested in politics. I’m apolitical. If you have, it’s probably by someone when you’re in the company of … Continue reading
The attack on a French satirical magazine this week shows the political double standards in place when it comes to freedom of speech. People worldwide have expressed outrage at terrorists killing the magazine staff for mocking their religion – a religion, that is, which worships … Continue reading
I’m not one for throwing out conspiracy theories based on gut instinct, but the entire “The Interview” controversy smells like a rat.
A news editor is suing his old employer after they fired him for writing an article on his personal blog that ran afoul of the Commissariat for External Thought Crimes. After canning him, they proceeded to publish an editorial denouncing him. What he wrote … Continue reading