44 percent of undergraduates don’t think the First Amendment protects so-called “hate speech."
“Neither side will face up to the economic reality of a deeply flawed economic system and the pending collapse of the American Empire."
We must keep ourselves safe, as well as those whom we invite onto our properties.
Getting Trump Elected Was Not Enough – We Need A Thousand Liberty Candidates To Run For Office All Over The Nation
If we sit back and do nothing we are just going to get more of the same, and that is not an option.
One of the mysteries of human history is how a handful of rulers succeed in gaining the loyalty and obedience of large numbers of subjects and citizens.
Truthstream Media's Melissa and Aaron Dykes break down how Silicon Valley and the establishment are moving to set up a more censored internet in which popular platforms set up by the likes of Google will only feed its users a government-approved narrative of reality.
New Hampshire Lawmaker Equates Homeschooling to ‘Child Abuse’ – Nanny State Measures to be Pushed on Parents
This brings up the question of who has the right to determine the proper oversight of a child's homeschool education. Is it the parents or the state?
Just one month after YouTube deleted a video of the United States air-dropping weapons to ISIS and claimed that it contained “violent or graphic content,” the video platform is now being criticized for implementing a new artificial intelligence program to monitor “extremist” content that is deleting videos that document U.S. war crimes.
That headline on the tile for this video is from Scientific American. Not only are they pretending this is suddenly a question now, but they're acting like they don't know the answer, like it's somehow up for debate.
James Corbett and Lyn Ulbricht discuss the case against Ross Ulbricht and the exculpatory information that was withheld from the jury (and sometimes even the defence) during his trial. We also talk about the loss of his appeal in the 2nd District court and where the FreeRoss.org campaign goes from here.