Wrongthinkers must be treated as a danger in Joe Biden's America because Wrongthinkers threaten the power and privilege of the Ruling Class for which he serves as a figurehead.
Who rules in America? Is it a handful of unaccountable elites, who concoct and enforce standards arbitrarily? Or is it the American people?
A spokesperson from Twitter told Newsweek that the move was made due to "repeated violations" of the company's rules.
Tennessee is just one state that's had disputes involving anti-Biden flags with profanity.
With this decision from the Supreme Court, we can all hope that our public schools will make the right choice and respect their students' free speech rights.
The reporter who went rogue during a live broadcast has said social media platforms are guilty of censorship.
The authors, Casey McQuiston and Elin Hilderbrand, have both said that ostensibly offensive lines in their books "Red, White & Royal Blue" and "Golden Girl" will be scrubbed from future editions.
The move was described as "absurd" by Britain's education secretary Gavin Williamson, as she is a symbol of "what is best about the UK."
Florida is right to stand up to Big Tech companies in order to protect their political candidates and safeguard their elections.
There is much more than merely biased teaching taking place on the current university campus.
Dennis Prager says these 32 questions will reveal whether you need to be persuaded that the enemy of liberals is not conservatives—it's the left.
This combination of "progressive" ends with regressive means has produced an intolerance among many millennials for traditional processes and procedures that lie at the heart of our constitution.
"It is inhumane to be beaten and arrested. He never violated journalistic ethics. That is why I want to say that there is no justice in Myanmar," said the wife of arrested Myanmar journalist Min Nyo.
The Facebook case dealt with two main issues, both of which were mismanaged by the oversight board.
Equipment charges, hourly fees and other costs tied to development of the website have racked up about $936,000, leaked IT cost documents show.
A teenage rant has led to a high-level court case on free speech.
Republicans say progressives are endangering America with cancel culture. Progressives respond, Republicans are endangering America with voter suppression. Both are right.
When I heard people asked to check their privilege or introspect the ways they have been racist, it sounded like the inner jihad that Muslims are supposed to perform to make sure they are on the correct path.
In ASP's second Chat looking at monopolies, the history of America's antitrust laws, and the current debates over the power of big tech, Chris Evans and Mark Kassen talk with Senator Mike Lee about free speech, privacy, and the delicate balance of protecting consumers without stifling innovation.
After the prank call the MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said: "You see what they're doing. They're attacking us."
The Cyberspace Administration of China created a tip line that encourages people to report online comments that defame national heroes or question or distort the Chinese Communist Party's policies, history and leadership.
A law professor's job is at risk due to comments he made on his private blog about the Chinese government and COVID-19.
"In the immortal words of Taylor Swift, although 'haters gonna hate, hate, hate...,' sometimes you just have to 'shake it off,'" a Pennsylvania district court judge wrote in his court order.
Cancel culture feels unstoppable. Every day, it seems, someone makes a public apology, loses a sponsor or has a career ruined—all for saying something that others disagreed with.