Tag: Censorship

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Why you should fund the big conservative internet sites

If you believe in re-electing President Trump and advancing Constitutional American values, you must subscribe to conservative internet sites. Once upon a time, big internet sites relied on advertising to pay for technology and staff. As ads began to clutter websites, slowing loading, and resulting in irritating pop-ups, internet users

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Rare Good News Out of Academia (Corrected)

Some time ago, a Political Science professor, Bruce Gilley, wrote an article, The Case For Colonialism.  It was published by Third World Quarterly after a “double-blind peer review.”   The article is a well-researched critique of modern historical revisionism and hard left academic bias as concerns colonialism.  One bon-mot: It is hard to overstate

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A microcosm of the maddening mix of Progressive hate, ignorance, and nonsense at an American college

Despite a small spark of rationality, Macalester College’s weekly paper displays the Progressive hate, ignorance, and nonsense at an American college. Knowing my passion for free speech, someone sent me a small sign of hope: a link to a student-written opinion piece from the weekly student newspaper at Macalester University

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When it comes to campus fascism, revolutions always eat their own

One of the truisms I grew up hearing is that “revolutions always eat their own.” I have understood this to mean that, in any revolutionary movement, the second generation, having been marinated longer in the revolutionary brine, is more extreme than the first generation and invariably purges that first generation.

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