Posts Tagged ‘ Free speech ’

“Dangerous” Milo Leads Free Speech Rally

“Dangerous” Milo Leads Free Speech Rally

Milo Yiannopoulos “Free Speech Rally” — Outside Simon & Schuster NY HQ — Friday, July 7, 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Free Speech Rally” was scheduled outside Simon & Schuster for 10:30 AM, so I arrived at about 10:05. Unfortunately, ten minutes later, the RAINS CAME! They continued as a two hour MONSOON!  [Where are those...
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The Daily Rattle (International Edition)

The Daily Rattle (International Edition)

While it seems like every major story on the planet involves the Trump administration, things have actually been rather interesting in the rest of the world. Under the leadership of former ski bum Justin Trudeau, our neighbor to the north seems to be embracing some of the values that have made Europe so inhospitable...
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R.I.P. Nat Hentoff (1925-2017)

R.I.P. Nat Hentoff (1925-2017)

We learned of Nat Hentoff’s death last night from his son, who was the first to tweet this sad news to the rest of the world. You can read his full obituary in the New York Times, but I would suggest combing the Internet to read his words for yourself. Even though he was...
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From The Head Down

From The Head Down

As if we needed a reminder that the Augean Stables of our federal government need to be cleansed from top to bottom, this week brought news of an FBI agent encouraging a would-be Muslim assassin in the days leading up to the jihadist assault on Garland, Texas. I’m not one prone to conspiracy theories,...
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Voting Against Self-Erasure

  Update: Anne Marie Waters makes a salient point. If you’re going to speak the truth, speak it boldly. The progressive smear machine will consign you to the outer darkness in any case, so it’s just as well you don’t mince words.  While I can’t say I share Mr. Condell’s faith in the democratic...
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Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

Freedom Of Conscience (Stand With Pam)

  For those of you still laboring under the impression that Islam is not at war with the West-including the presumptive Democratic nominee for President-I have some shocking news. It turns out that the followers of Mohammed have other ideas. The plan to assassinate free speech, counterjihad activist Pamela Geller-which was, thankfully, thwarted through...
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Strange Bedfellows

As usual, Pat Condell unloads the truth from both barrels. You can find links to the stories (implicitly) referenced in the video on his Youtube channel. For an explanation of the Twitter speech police, check out this interview of Paul Joseph Watson by Rebel Media. For the most succinct, not to mention entertaining, encapsulation...
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Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

Much Madness Is Divinest Sense

  As the Long March of the left burns and hacks its way through the nation’s remaining cultural institutions-reenacting the Cultural Revolution on American soil-and Europeans who balk at being invaded by the vanguards of Islam are condemned as Islamophobic bigots, it’s appropriate to reflect on the words  of a woman who is considered...
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Lights Out? (Europe and the World Mourn)

Lights Out? (Europe and the World Mourn)

  One of the most frustrating aspects of news coverage of the latest jihadist massacre on French soil is its repetitive quality. Just as with the Charlie Hebdo assassinations and Porte de Vincennes siege, along with other Islamic blood-lettings within Europe, the multicultural messaging service has gone to extraordinary lengths to obscure the rather...
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Speaking Freely

The insanity of multiculturalism as it’s practiced in Europe, expressed more eloquently and succinctly than any statesman. For a deep dive into freedom of  expression’s foes, I would suggest reading Frankie Boyle’s essay on offense and free speech. Although not touching directly upon the nature of the threat posed to the European people and...
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