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First Principles: Heresies In Politics and Religion Are Rarely Cured By Persecution

“In politics, as in religion, it is equally absurd to aim at making proselytes by fire and sword. Heresies in either can rarely be cured by persecution.” 12 more words

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9 Leading Voices Of Liberty And Free Speech On The Internet

The attacks on free speech plague the West as Canada tells its citizens which pronouns to use, critiquing Islam in Europe can turn one into a felon and disagreeing with the American PC false narrative can cost jobs and livelihoods. 1,305 more words

Scholars at Risk: Precarity in the Academe and Possible Solutions by Rod Mena and Kees Biekart

About the authors:

Rodrigo (Rod) Mena is a socio-environmental AiO-PhD researcher at the International Institute of Social Studies of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. His current research project focuses on disaster response and humanitarian aid in complex and high-intensity conflict-affected scenarios.

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Photo by Rebecca Welshman

When Richard Jefferies describes his move to Surrey in his autobiography, ‘The Story of My Heart’, he alludes briefly to the meadows and woods which he wrote about at length in earlier works.  1,358 more words



It’s not about ideas, it’s about making them happen.

A flash of light, a spark in the eyes, a stimulation of the mind caused by millions of tiny neurons lighting up in the brain, get followed by a faint smile on the face. 589 more words

Another day, another facile banning suggestion

By now, I’m sure you know the drill. Someone holds views and says things our elites have told us not to say or think. Said person plans to come to the UK. 1,284 more words

poem - to become

Oh yes- It does roam-
It does wander-

Who am I to become in the way-
Freedom is an un-strangulation of thought
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