When you start banning people who are normal citizens, who are not intentionally in the political game, it crosses a line, and at a great risk.
Senator Josh Hawley joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss free speech, censorship, social media, neocons, and more.
Ben Domenech and Niall Ferguson sit down at the Hoover Institution to discuss rising populism in elections, foreign policy, and culture wars.
School reforms parachuted in from Silicon Valley failed to make much difference for kids. They did make Zuckerberg a lifelong friend and gave Booker the platform to win himself a Senate seat.
This week Google barred the Claremont Institute from advertising by falsely labeling it as racially motivated. It’s a growing problem that must stop.
The scope and scale of Russian social media informational attacks on the United States should shock Americans (and require bipartisan action).
Mark Zuckerberg claims that “we,” as society, now have a responsibility to help him keep people “safe” from hate speech. We have no such obligation.
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