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Opinion

Opinion: Silicon Valley and Its Unique Challenge to Freedom of Speech

H.L. Mencken, journalist and essayist, wrote in 1940, “Freedom of the press is limited to those who own one.” Twenty years later, the same thought was reprised by A.J. Liebling of The New Yorker. Today, these thoughts can be revived to apply, on a scale inconceivable in 1940 or 1960, to Big Tech, and to

Opinion

Opinion: Where Does the First Amendment Begin and End?

We Are Living in Dangerous Times Whether the weeks seem longer before or since the election is a question best left to historians and philosophers. What is certain today is we are living in remarkably dangerous times in the United States and there is perhaps no better example of this than the December 1st events

Opinion

Opinion: Silicon Valley’s ‘Woke’ Mob Is More Dangerous Than Ever

As Joe Biden bunkers in his basement, he has found a powerful ally: Silicon Valley. Determined to oust President Trump in November, America’s social media technocrats are doing everything in their power to stifle all political speech that goes against their pre-determined liberal narrative. Facebook is the most egregious example. Known for banning a wide range of

Opinion

Llewellyn King: Save Disgusting Social Media From Censorship

I don’t know a lot about social media. I don’t know how it works technically. I don’t know why it is such a force in society. I don’t know why very prominent people like comedian Steve Martin, prognosticator Nate Silver and columnist Tom Friedman, who have plenty of outlets, tweet. I don’t know why people who are great company, need to post on

Politics

Updates from Washington: Congressman Paul Gosar

It was a busy week in Washington, D.C. as Pelosi procrastinated the consideration of our national defense, appropriations, and economic relief measures until the time of expiration. Below are highlights regarding some of my efforts: Gosar Offers Amendments to Homeland Security Appropriations This week, House democrats included appropriations provisions that prevent resources from being allocated

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