Tag Archives: Censorship

“To Kill a Mockingbird” is one of them.

IQ is Unmentionable


IQ brings liberalism crashing down. That’s why we never hear about it.


A leftist claims casually labeling people “white supremacist” is close to hate speech.

Another advertiser pulls out.

Guardian concedes there is nuance to the term.

New Twitter-like platform promises to be a haven for free speech.

Columbus Day will now be “Fall Holiday.”

“We would ban this as quickly as a site that has pornography and violence.”

Author notes the obstacles Gottfredson, Jensen, and Herrnstein all dealt with.

“I could barely sleep from how happy and relieved I was.”

Censorship often fuels interest.

“Conservatives” support Twitter bans.

Muslims may start distributing biographies of Mohammed instead.

Politically motivated Twitter bans are against freedom of expression.

Richard Spencer and others are gone.

David Frum defends Richard Spencer.

The Verizon Warning, New York Times

In 2007, the New York Times understood the dangers of Internet censorship.

He wouldn’t use “undocumented immigrant.”

Judges: Because politicians have “broad freedoms of expression,” they shouldn’t make intolerant statements.

Wilders still says he has “no regrets” about his comments on Moroccans.

Says journalists must be trained not to stir up hate.

Ricky Vaughn has been suspended.

Mustn’t say: “We are all part of the same race, the human race.”

Advice from a lawyer on our side.

That’s the name Asians chose for their rock band.

“We have to keep up the pressure on the companies.”

Their hypersensitivity can alienate would-be allies.

This could be turned against us, but it may not be all bad.

It doesn’t attempt to censor “hate speech.”

“I submit that black people should simply disengage with white America.”

It’s the first event the club has ever cancelled for political reasons.

Petition calls for group to own up to its political censorship.

Banned at the National Press Club, National Policy Institute

Richard Spencer discusses the club’s ban of Friday’s Alt-Right press conference.

Very dark days could be coming.

Though it has policies prohibiting “hateful conduct.”

A previous ban attempt failed because party officials who testified were actually government informants.

City will spend $2.2 million to criminalize “trolls” who “target individuals and communities.”

Glimmer of sanity Down Under.

The EEOC will decide if the Gadsden flag is “racially-tinged.”

They claim the censorship is to prevent “posthumous glorification.”

Judge scolds a couple for having a private Facebook group critical of immigration.

Why Have We Unlearned What We Knew in 1900?


An eminent historian’s view.


There were coordinated, early-morning raids to capture members of a private Facebook group.

Richard Spencer has been banned from Britain.

BLM Chaos in Memphis, Special to AR News

James Edwards reports on the lawlessness.

Judge hands down nine-month suspended sentence and a €1,200 fine.

Behind the “Battle of Sacramento”


The Left incites violence with foundation help.


Woman who teaches at MLK middle school assaults political opponents while police watch.

She initially said “threatening statements about the [refugee] perpetrators . . . may violate federal law.”