The Salient conclusion of this piece speaks volumes....."As time passes by, our rights remain intact. We have seen innovation, invention, and betterment of life due to technological advancements. Even so, the gun community is told that the technology is too dangerous to handle. Imagine the insanity if someone said that the right to free speech does not apply to social media. Millions of people would be up in arms, and for good reason. Just because humanity gains technological strides does not mean that our rights do not keep up with us."
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How often do audiences hear that “the Second Amendment was only meant for muskets” from journalists and gun control advocates?
It seems it would make sense if the audience ignores two factors: the Founding Fathers had seen that technology continually change, and that advanced weaponry besides muskets had already been invented. 1,056 more words
Net Neutrality’s Slow and Insidious Death Officially Begins Today http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/44252-urgent-demands-for-congress-to-act-as-net-neutrality-s-slow-and-insidious-death-begins April 23, 2018By Jake Johnson, Common Dreams | Report
Today is the day that net neutrality’s “ 294 more words
Kanye West took to Twitter Wednesday to confirm that he and manager Scooter Braun had parted ways, with him insisting, “I’m nobody’s client.”
West, who proceeded to go on a rant about how successful Yeezy has been, posted: “I no longer have a manager. 396 more words
"Everyone Was Afraid to Be Branded as a Racist," Interview with Mona Walter, by Natalia Osten-Sacken
An interesting interview with a woman who emigrated from Somalia to Sweden, renounced Islam and became Christian. From Natalia Osten-Sacken at gatestoneintstitute.org:
- “If I speak about Islam, they interpret it as hating Muslims.
By BARRY SHEPPARD
The most effective way to counter Donald Trump’s reactionary policies is through mass action. The Democratic Party hopes to steer movements and individuals opposed to Trump into support of its candidates. 1,893 more words