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…the Bleacherman has entered the debate…

One of the few avid readers of my blog wrote to me yesterday soliciting my comments on the controversy over the NY Met’s new performance of John Adams’s opera, “The Death of Klinghoffer.” My reader knows that I am a strong supporter of Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state as well as passionately supporting the Palestinians’ right to self-determination and a state of their own. 552 more words


Censorship in Cuba

Can you imagining having family members in another part of the world and not being able to communicate with them?

Thank God, I am Puerto Rican and I can talk all I want with my family at the same price as people pay here in the U.S. 246 more words

Why I didn’t join the GamerGate movement

It’s simple, really. I’ve been worried about standards in journalism for a long time, since before I started practicing it myself. 933 more words


Censorship: RCMP Asks Public Not to Post Photos, Videos of Ottawa Shooting

by Kit Daniels

Oct 22, 2014

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police asked the public not to post videos or photos relating to this morning’s shooting in Ottawa, Canada, as it was occurring, raising fears that officials were trying to censor news on the shooting near Canada’s Parliament. 466 more words

Problems with the Gamergate Movement

Today I came across an article by Milo Yiannopoulos of Breitbart about the success of Gamergate and how it isn’t being covered by the “liberal media”. 792 more words

Current Events

Biting My Tongue

I hate it.

I hate, for my safety, not being able to express a contrary opinion. Especially when it comes to basic bloody human rights. I hate having a generation of kids in front of me with horribly backwards ideas imposed on them with ridiculous “because I said so” justifications. 98 more words