Anthony Fisher’s column reads like a frustrated message from a jilted best friend, and his criticisms of Rubin fall flat.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Donald Trump isn’t allowed to block anyone on Twitter because it violates the U.S. Constitution.
People who listen to ‘alternative media’ and those who run it often continue to implicitly cow to the mainstream’s pretense of being mainstream, even though the numbers show that’s not really the case.
Facebook and Google are both playing politics, but not the same politics, regarding online advertising related to Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion’s legality.
Are we creating ridiculous standards of speech and thought such as “you can never say anything that the Internet dislikes”?
Jonah Goldberg’s response is more evidence of the reordering of the coalitional hierarchy of priorities within the American right.
Charles Murray, a front-line soldier in the war over academic freedom, offered some words of hope at the Disinvitation Dinner, and much cause for concern.
Ideas and persuasion alone are as insufficient to stem the tide of illiberalism sweeping across the country as a few liquor raids were to bringing down Al Capone.
Either the bill’s author and lawyer are deliberately misrepresenting matters to secure passage of this bill, or they have ignorantly constructed one of the most poorly worded bills imaginable.
Not only did Candace Owens inspire Kanye West, West inspired Chance the Rapper, who declared ‘black people don’t have to be Democrats.’ It was a ripple effect.
It makes perfect sense that Kanye West would choose to ride for the side of free thought. His presence is a monumental tilt in our current marketplace of ideas.
If I had been prevented from having access to helpful people and materials, as Assembly Bill 2943 proposes, the bill would have been a ‘stay trans and die’ bill for me.
Read the bill. There is no religious exemption. There is no restriction to mental health professionals. This is not simply a ‘gay conversion ban.’
Marquette is attempting to fire a tenured professor for public comment on a matter of great public and institutional concern.
The New York Times called the invitation of a Republican First Lady to a women’s liberal arts school in Massachusetts, ‘seemingly harmless.’ Those were more innocent days.
A protestor’s sign put it, ‘Rule of law = white supremacy, violence against [people of color], violence against immigrants.’ These were law students protesting the rule of law.
It is delicious for conservatives to enjoy Sally Kohn being criticized as a privileged white woman, but she’s not a racist.
His new Netflix show attacks progressive pieties more shamelessly than anything available in America, and is far likelier to reach liberal audiences than anything conservatives do.
These bills go dangerously beyond questioning plain facts. If passed, they would effectively silence those who dare to oppose their authors — facts be damned.
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