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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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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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A Big Thank You

To whoever posted a link to my most recent article on Facebook and elsewhere. It was a pleasant surprise to wake up this morning and see the site’s traffic skyrocket. Every time this occurs I check and see most of the hits coming … Continue reading

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Good grief!

Watching the debates and heated exchanges on Facebook over the past week concerning Confederate flags and gay marriage has only reminded me of why I don’t debate people there anymore. I’ll have friendly discussions in private groups, but all these … Continue reading

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The death of privacy in the age of the Internet?

I am what you would call a private individual. Which is ironic, considering I’m a writer and author and enjoy writing columns, articles, and editorials for my newspaper espousing my views and beliefs on any given topic. At the same … Continue reading

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