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Philadelphia Museum of Art Pushes Back Against Yet More Facebook Censorship

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is defiantly sharing a painting by pop artist Evelyne Axell on its Facebook page in response to censorship by the social media site’s powers that be. 372 more words


fragmented corium could be in the Japan Trench which has a depth of 23,176 ft or 4.3 miles

Nexxus Environmental Corporation Reports Corium In Earth

“The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has gone critical and requires immediate attention by utilizing a comprehensive set of solutions. 115 more words


The contracting space for free speech

By D. J. Webb

To what extent blogs and media outlets ought to allow comment on their articles is a hotly debated topic. As is well-known, the Libertarian Alliance prefers not to censor comments, but may occasionally have little other choice than to ban a commenter or censor a posting. 2,243 more words


[VIDEO] 'Speak Truth to...Oh, Never Mind': CNN Anchor Admits Chilling Effect; Journalists Scared to Criticize Trump

This morning on CNN, Alisyn Camerota said that journalists are scared to criticize Donald Trump.

“Donald Trump continues to call Megyn Kelly names, he continues to tweet out, this is what he does, to journalists he isn’t happy with.” 79 more words

Karl Popper and "Intolerance of the Intolerant"

Sean Gabb

In the abstract, Popper’s claim is arguably valid. However, it’s routinely used as an excuse to censor disagreeable opinions that have first been demonised. 113 more words