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The President and Chilling Free Speech by Andrew Napolitano

The President and Chilling Free Speech

Andrew Napolitano • February 14, 2019

the public discourse has been consumed over the realization that
abortion physicians actually let viable babies who survive late-term… 961 more words

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If the youth raises hand against system like in France

There is another protest group in France, as well as the Yellow Vests. They are high school and college students. They are against the government’s reform plans on new exam system, and they want Macron administration to listen them. 3,254 more words


The West's New Clothes - Adapted from the Emperor's New Clothes

Emperor West was a vain man. He was always shopping and buying new clothes. As soon as he’d get back to his palace he would race into his dressing-chamber and take selfies of himself in his new outfits. 1,135 more words


In a Post-Michelle Carter World, Be Careful What You Say

The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (SJC) recently affirmed Michelle Carter’s conviction of involuntary manslaughter for her role in the suicide of Conrad Roy. The case has been especially newsworthy since before the trial occurred, due to Ms. 679 more words

Rachel Stewart on Jordan Peterson and free speech

I really done care much about Jordan Peterson, but free speech issues that he ignites are important.

Peterson has a lot of supporters (almost cult like), seems to do good for some people, but also says some crappy things, either because he has crappy ideas (in my opinion) or is being deliberately provocative. 432 more words

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CBS Star Reporter Admits "Mostly Liberal" Journalists Are Now "Political Activists"

Anyone who tries to get diverse opinions on news items knows this is true. My experience in pointing this out to friends and family has been illuminating, and worrying. 93 more words


The Closed Mind of Society!

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The Closed Mind of Society!

Society irks me, with their so called positive thinking, their thoughts of perfection, of supposed normality – and yet l challenge that. 484 more words