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Whedon factor: Why I call Twitter the cesspool of social media

Imagine this. A Tinseltown star born with a silver pedigree enjoys a charmed life doing what he loves—directing and writing films. He’s fortunate—you’d think he’d spread sunshine wherever he goes. Instead, he appears bent on spreading negativity and hatred towards … Continue reading

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Facebook targeted by anti free speech activists in Germany

Germany, like countless other countries, pays lip service to the ideal of free expression while applying laws to achieve the opposite of that ideal. Now Facebook is being targeted by activists in Germany who are against free speech as Americans … Continue reading

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Two most dangerous words proliferated in the US in 2015

Two simple words began to threaten a pillar of US freedom in 2015, and those words are routinely used by pundits who haven’t a clue about the depth of the consequences of those words. They are two of the most … Continue reading

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New poll shows threat more dangerous than terrorists emerging in US

Americans are rightly concerned about claims by ISIS the group has a deeper presence inside the US than we’ve been told. But a new poll shows a  threat has emerged that is more dangerous than terrorists. 

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France’s restrictions on speech get controversial comic arrested

Analysis by Kay B. Day Controversial French comic Dieudonné has been arrested in Paris where he may face charges for what The Independent (UK) referred to as “apology for terrorism.” In the U.S., the government wouldn’t have a case, but … Continue reading

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