Category Archives: Censorship

HATE: Why We Should Resist it With Free Speech, Not Censorship

Nadine Strossen writes in this 2018 book: * Despite the varying definitions that have been adopted and proposed in “hate speech” laws, they all share two fundamental First Amendment flaws: they violate the cardinal viewpoint neutrality and emergency principles by … Continue reading

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Big Tech Keeps Trying To Destroy My Career But I Am Relentless (6-30-22)

00:40 Tucker is in Brazil 04:00 HERNANDEZ: Big Tech Keeps Trying To Destroy My Career, But I Am Relentless 1:08:00 Godward Podcast: John 1 | Reading with Commentary 1:20:00 The Jewish Annotated New Testament

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The Market for Goods and the Market for Ideas (5-29-22)

00:00 When Did Intellectuals Stop Supporting The Free Market Of Ideas? https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=143526 02:00 Economist Ronald Coase, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Coase 22:00 John Milton’s Areopagitica, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Areopagitica 38:00 Colleges that so want free speech they don’t take federal funds, https://deanclancy.com/a-list-of-colleges-that-dont-take-federal-money/ 42:00 People are less interested … Continue reading

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When Did Intellectuals Stop Supporting The Free Market Of Ideas?

I just read the famous Ronald Coase 1974 essay on the free market of ideas. I was struck that this economist takes for granted that intellectuals support the free market of ideas. When did this de facto intellectual support for … Continue reading

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Resilience to Online Censorship

Political Science professor Margaret E. Roberts writes in 2020: * While the Internet has long been touted as a technology that is difficult to censor, regimes around the world have adopted a wide variety of censorship technologies and online propaganda … Continue reading

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