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CONSERVATIVES UNDER ATTACK: War on right continues as social media sites target Conservative press

KNOXVILLE, TN — The latest attack in the war on Conservatives has taken it’s latest victim…Your’s truly.

After posting to my official Facebook page on Wednesday plans by Antifa to target Arlington National Cemetery over its burial of Confederate soldiers, I was notified that the post had been removed because it “violated” Facebook’s “community standards”. 579 more words

Creeping Marxism: One-fifth of all college students support VIOLENCE to shut down opposing speech

(National SentinelInstitutions of Marxism: Left-wing college and university professors and administrators are continuing to successfully transform American students into would-be authoritarians.

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First Principles: Liberty of the Press Does not Mean Liberty To Defame

“If by the liberty of the press were understood merely the liberty of discussing the propriety of public measures and political opinions, let us have as much of it as you please: But if it means the liberty of affronting, calumniating and defaming one another, I, for my part, own myself willing to part with my share of it.” —Benjamin Franklin (1789)

First Principles

Free Speech

One can hardly go a day in the current political climate without hearing the phrase “Free Speech” advanced as a defence for some new controversial social commentary. 1,193 more words


Huge settlement reached after flag-burning arrest lawsuit

Bryton Mellott was arrested on July 4, 2016 after posting a photo of himself burning an American flag to Facebook.

The Urbana Police Department arrested him, saying that they listed “Mellott as an offender of both flag desecration and disorderly conduct,” and that they took action in an attempt to prevent violence against him. 102 more words


Can You Name the Big Ten?

A few years back, one Georgia Congressman co-sponsored a bill to display the Ten Commandments. He was rightfully pleased about his part in getting God’s laws back into the public square. 831 more words