It’s still illegal in Australia to “offend” someone by talking about race.
Tag Archives: Censorship
Tony Abbott Dumps Controversial Changes to 18C Racial Discrimination Laws, Sydney Morning Herald
Says their brains are not mature enough to handle free speech.
Anthony Cumia Joins James Edwards on The Political Cesspool, The Political Cesspool
Talk-show star, fired from Opie and Anthony, will start a new show and concentrate on race.
Court Rules Texas Can’t Ban Sale of Confederate Flag License Plates, Los Angeles Times
The state will appeal.
Hispanic prof: Online comments about illegals are like burning a cross.
Students Challenge Free-Speech Rules on College Campuses, Los Angeles Times
Hundreds of colleges still censor student speech.
Republican Radio Host Kicked Off Air for Using Racist Slurs, Daily Mail (London)
He was discussing the use of offensive words.
Conference for Men Will Have to Hire Police Protection, Organizer Says, Detroit Free Press
Threats of death and physical violence for people who want to hold a conference.
University College London’s Nietzsche Club Is Banned, The Daily Beast
The head of the school’s Marxist Society proposed the successful ban.
Each English Defense League protest costs police £500,000.
Jokes between a black student and a white student created a “hostile and discriminatory environment.”
Experts: Markey Proposal May Threaten Free Speech, Boston Herald
Senator wants the government to stop the Internet from “encouraging hate crimes.”
He does not have the right to be a “bigot in the security of his own home.”
The flyer asks if viewers prefer “mainstream Canadians” or Sikhs.
Two Female Football Fans Found Guilty of Ripping Up Pages from the Koran, Daily Mail (London)
This is a criminal act in England.
His speech was “postponed” because some of his work might upset non-whites.
“. . . officials’ concerns of racial violence outweighed students’ freedom of expression rights.”
The Doctrine of Academic Freedom, The Crimson
Harvard senior thinks “academic freedom” should be abandoned in favor of “academic justice.”
Google won’t serve ads on pages that mention “black mobs.”
The party remains the third most popular in Greece.
Should Neo-Nazis Be Allowed Free Speech?, The Daily Beast
We must act now to put a stop to “emotional harm” and “mental trauma.”
Would also study “hate” on cell phones.
Bullied and Badgered, Pressured and Purged, Handle's Haus
A list of our era’s Galileos.
An detailed account of the case.
Sign Company Owner Alleges Conspiracy, Harrison Daily
His company posted a billboard that read “Anti-Racist is a Code Word for Anti-White.”
Statistics and Other Taboos, Wall Street Journal
Liberals want to limit the “conversations” about race in comments sections.
White musicians were “appropriating black music.”
He said “My PC takes so long to shut down I’ve decided to call it Nelson Mandela.”
Abbott’s Govt to Dump Laws on Hate Speech, New Zealand Herald
Australia wants to uphold the “sacred principle of free speech.”
Refer Racial Vilification Straight to Police: Inquiry, Sydney Morning Herald
New South Wales to beef up its anti-”hate” laws, because current law has produced no convictions.
Compares black justice minister to a monkey.
Fascism and the Open Campus, Brown Daily Herald
Brown professor thinks mob rule is the wrong response to “fascism.”
Critics: Twitter Needs to Police Hate Speech, New York Post
Weisenthal Center doesn’t like Twitter’s hands-off policy.
A mere accusation of wrondoing would be enough to suspend funding.
Ruling parties declare Greece’s third most popular party a “criminal gang.”
Party leaders remain defiant.
Golden Dawn Arrests Take Greece into Uncharted Waters, Guardian (London)
Democratically-elected politicians are being charged with “forming a criminal gang.”
It will ban “racist hate speech.”
His “crime” appears to have been associating with American patriots.
Education can eliminate “racism.”
“Citizen” and “brown bag” may hurt feelings.
San Antonio Pastors Oppose City’s Proposed Anti-Discrimination Law, KHOU (San Antonio)
New laws would violate freedom of speech.
US-based company bows to French speech laws.
He paid to advertise it on Facebook, but the company still banned it.
End of the road for British woman who spoke her mind about minorities.