U.S. Major General Patrick Donahoe recently found himself in a Twitter debate he couldn’t win, so he tried to get his ‘opponent’ silenced.
If Congressional Republicans want to fight Big Tech, they need to stop taking tens of thousands of dollars from Big Tech.
The board is made of elite academic and government employees who have demonstrated they give anything but an accurate and fair look at content moderation.
In Michael Knowles’ new book, ‘Speechless: Controlling Words, Controlling Minds,’ the popular Daily Wire commentator takes a deep dive into the history of political correctness and offers suggestions for how to combat it.
Would these self-described liberals — or any reasonable person — insist it was an illiberal ‘speech code’ for public schools not to adopt one of the pet theories of their major founder, Horace Mann?
Facing attempts to stifle free thought by propagandist media and big tech censors, we should emulate Chitester, fighting for true diversity of thought.
This is not about banning racists from speaking, but in using representative government to deny them the privilege of receiving taxpayer sinecures to help them pursue America’s collapse.
The new headquarters of the Open Discourse Coalition was established this spring by Bucknell University alumni to support innovative programs for the nearby campus.
The goal of lawfare against people like Phillips is to destroy free speech, not by winning discrete battles, but by winning a war of attrition.
In its decision, the Court sided with Americans for Prosperity who argued that the California law violated their members’ right to freely associate.
If the left is willing to threaten a boycott against companies deemed evil over politics, will the right sit back and mumble about free markets or build their own?
No free-born American should ever be compelled, under any circumstances, to use ‘jazz hands,’ because they’re not just a silly gesture. Here’s what these anti-applause policies are really about.
Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech hosted conservative author and commentator Michael Knowles to discuss his new book ‘Speechless.’
Jack Phillips is not being persecuted for discrimination against LGBT people, but for religious beliefs and practices the Colorado Civil Rights Commission deems in need of correction.
‘I believed [my] tweet to be as innocuous as the others,’ Marshall explains. ‘How wrong I turned out to be.’
Concerned taxpayer Jon Tigges was arrestd after he showed up to the Loudoun County School Board meeting to express his concerns with the district’s “moral decay.”
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Pennsylvania cheerleader Brandi Levy in a case that addressed public schools’ ability to penalize students for off-campus speech.
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