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Freedom of speech

Another Handle On The Subject Of Free Speech

An interesting post this morning by patriot, John Liming on the subject of freedom of speech.  Both John and I welcome your thoughts on the subject. John Liming Blog Americans are fond of their presumed right to “Free Speech.” This is well and good and it is part of ...
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MIT’s Descent Into Communist & Islamist Arms: A ‘Captured’ Campus & Its Tainted Press! Knock-On Effects. Commentary By Adina Kutnicki

Commentary by Adina Kutnicki MUCH has been written about the dangerous state of affairs at U.S. college campuses – overall, within the confines of western academia – and for more than good reason. Incontestably, it is not an exaggeration to state that ‘Bringing Down America’ via the reds/commies and ...
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Forum: Are There Limits On Free Speech? Should There be?

Every week on Monday, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question : Are There Limits On Free Speech? Should There be? Michael McDaniel: There are, of ...
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Wilders’s Trial: “Unnecessarily Offensive”

Geert Wilders is on trial in the Netherlands for what the government has ordained hate speech against Moroccans.  Wilders is accused of targeting a “race,” which is not illegal.  At the same time, Moroccans are not a race but from the country of Morocco but the global elites will ...
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Donald Trump and the Heckler’s Veto

“…protest of political speech is itself protected speech, but protest cannot be so forceful or dominant that it vetoes the speaker….” Reason.com by Judge Andrew Napolitano On Feb. 7, 1946, Arthur Terminiello, a Roman Catholic priest who was a fierce opponent of communism and believed that President Harry Truman ...
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Facebook’s War on Freedom of Speech

    Gatestone Institute by Douglas Murray It was only a few weeks ago that Facebook was forced to back down when caught permitting anti-Israel postings, but censoring equivalent anti-Palestinian postings. Now one of the most sinister stories of the past year was hardly even reported. In September, German ...
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Gay Rights Activist: Christians Shouldn’t Be Forced To Bake Pro-Gay Cakes

    The Libertarian Republic by Casey Harper A gay rights activist announced he has swapped sides on the same-sex wedding services debate, saying he supports same-sex marriage but doesn’t believe Christians should be forced to write messages they disagree with. Peter Tatchell’s article centers around Ashers Bakery, a ...
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BREAKING: Obama Launches Executive Order To DESTROY The First Amendment

      Tell Me Now by Andrew Spalding Earlier this month, Obama announced an executive action that was aimed at destroying the Second Amendment. Now, disturbing new reports have revealed that the president is preparing yet another executive order, and this time he’s coming for the first amendment. ...
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