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FCC Chair Spits on Congress; Will Suffer Nothing


Congress is “deeply disappointed” the FCC Chair plans to vote on a secret policy and refuses to talk to them about it. Here is the story from Andrew Johnson at the National Review’s The Corner: “FCC Chair Refuses to Testify

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North Carolina Food Censorship Overturned

censorship reality

You are free to blog about your happiness with the paleo diet (or any other eating strategy), even in North Carolina. I never thought I would be blogging about the “paleo diet” on Political Outcast. But North Carolina anti-First-Amendment licensing

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David Cameron Threatening to Ban the Guardian Reporting


Guardian reporting on revelations from Edward Snowden is prompting threats of censorship. Mike Masnick writes at TechDirt: “David Cameron Working To Stop UK Press From Publishing Anything More From Snowden Leaks.” It looks like Glenn Greenwald picked the right time

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Christian College at Risk behind the Blue State Iron Curtain


Gordon College shows us how politically dominant homosexual orthodoxy will make the Red State Blue State divide into an Iron Curtain. People talk about the division of the country into red states and blue states, but recent use of homosexuality

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Jury Banned from Hearing Why Defendants Are on Trial

Nazi Germany

A judge decreed defense lawyers may not say that defendants are on trial because they obeyed state law to deal with sickness. Trial by jury and the First Amendment are both waved about as symbols of American greatness and superiority.

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United Nations Plans to Scrub Internet Free of Hate Speech

I hate You

Mass global censorship of hate speech is the United Nation’s self-proclaimed goal. After the Islamic attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper we saw incredible posturing about freedom of speech. But it was all a ruse. There is no free speech

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How Religious Liberty Is Being Killed and Replaced

Al Mohler

Christian commenter points out the conflict between religious liberty and erotic liberty. Atlanta’s fire chief was fired for his Christian beliefs, and Al Mohler clearly sees the storm clouds fast approaching (“Religious Liberty vs. Erotic Liberty — Religious Liberty is

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School Claims Right to Question Homeschooled Students

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The school board wants to question homeschooled students about their religious beliefs. In the United States parents have received a letter demanding that their fourteen-year-old submit their own written statement to the directors of a government entity to explain their

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Andrea Mitchell, Alleged Journalist, Despises Free Speech

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Andrea Mitchell wants the French Ambassador to explain why it is legal to publish anti-Islamic satire. Andrea Mitchell, having been married for years to Alan Greenspan, going back to when he was the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, is an

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The Weird Trial of the Dread Pirate Roberts

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The government is about to prosecute its case of the Dread Pirate Roberts, but in an odd way. If Ross Ulbricht is indeed the Dread Pirate Roberts who runs (or ran) the darknet site “Silk Road,” then he may have

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Walmart: Second Amendment and First Amendment Related

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Are the Second Amendment and First Amendment related? Attacking private ownership of firearms seems to require censorship. Since Walmart is a private company, not a civil government, it can’t be accused of directly violating either the First or Second Amendments.

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Free Speech ... for Some, but Not for You


The murders of a dozen people in Paris this week puts a bloody underline beneath the fact that much of the world’s population not only isn’t free, but actually is so fearful that they reject the very concept of freedom.

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