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Super Bowl Doritos Advert turns people off corn!

I ate a packet of Doritos last week, and enjoyed it. Cheese Supreme and Cool Ranch are my two preferred flavours, although with a rich tomato relish dip, plain is always better. 827 more words

Misc. Monday: On Book Banning

Normally my posts are fairly lighthearted, and the ones that aren’t are more personal posts where I talk about depression and anxiety. I’ve thought long and hard about whether even to hit “publish” on today’s post, but I think, as writers, it is an apt topic for us all to consider. 662 more words


Saad Day for University of Waterloo

Gad Saad on the oppression  of speech on Canadian and American university campuses.

You can find the link to the rankings of Canadian Universities by the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms… 10 more words

Freedom Of Speech

All Anti-Feminist Talk Would Be Criminal 'Hate Speech' If U.K. Activists Get Their Way

By Elizabeth Nolan Brown of Reason

American writer and “pickup artist” Roosh V is causing a bit of hysteria abroad in countries where citizens are even more likely than they are here to say that offensive speech is “dangerous.” The trouble started when Roosh V—real name Daryush Valizadeh—announced the organization of 165 simultaneous…

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Freedom of Speech is Being Killed

When Voltaire insulted The Duke of Orléans, he got himself imprisoned in the Bastille for eleven months. But it didn’t stop him from doing what he did and that was expressing himself. 2,089 more words


Marriage Alliance gets the #RainbowNoose

In a move that has ironically validated the claims of Australia’s main pro-marriage lobby group, FaceBook has temporarily “blocked” Marriage Alliance from using its platform. The 24 hour block was placed on the marriage group’s account due to its posting a meme that figuratively dramatizes the choking effect of political correctness on freedom of speech in the employment environment. 661 more words

News And Opinion

Facebook's War on Freedom of Speech

Source: The Gatestone Institute, by Douglas Murray

  • Facebook is now removing speech that presumably almost everybody might decide is racist — along with speech that only someone at Facebook decides is “racist.”
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Collectivism - For The Greater Good, Of Course