Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Dr. Ron Paul, libertarian and former Congressman, about Big tech censorship, threats to freedom of speech, and his being caught up in the social media purge which resulted in him being temporarily censored on F
I call Big Tech - M A G A F T: Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook. Twitter.
The centralized tech world is getting scarier by the day. They are a complete chokepoint on points of view, because we let them.
New buzzwords in the mainstream media bubble spell trouble for those outside it
In this video you'll see how people treat free speech these days. Should freedom of speech still be a thing? Of course not! You'll learn that freedom of speech causes violence and it needs to be censored because it's highly dangerous. You also
"The choice for mankind lies between freedom and happiness and for the great bulk of mankind, happiness is better." ? George Orwell, 1984
Censorship is worth fighting against, no matter how large the mob outside the bookstore grows.
100% Fed Up reports, A video posted to Twitter on Friday has gone viral because it's so outrageous. Since when is chanting "USA!" offensive and worthy of being "dumped" off a plane? Ironically, an AMERICAN Airlines pilot threatened to "du
The First Amendment articulates the freedom of religion. Which implies the freedom to be free of religion; to not be compelled to join any faith movement or be compelled to obey the tenets of any faith.
Big Tech's moves to muscle President Donald Trump off social media have been heralded by some as victory. But a corporate-run state with politicians serving as mere figureheads amounts to the very fascism they claim to oppose.
The conservative social network Parler was forced offline Monday, tracking websites showed, after Amazon warned the company would lose access to its servers for its failure to properly police violent content.
A conversation between two leftists sharing what they think about freedom of speech. Should free speech be a right? Of course not! Nobody should have rights to human rights.