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A Conversation on Scientific Censorship in Canada

A Conversation on Scientific Censorship in Canada

Ethan Yang  The AIER Authors Corner Podcast has seen many exciting guests since its first episode back in September of 2020. Without exaggeration, some of the most profound intellectuals on the planet have spoken on the show, from the great economist Deirdre McCloskey to the legal giant Richard Epstein. The following episode is one that does not […]

“Censor”: When a Word Means Everything, it Means Nothing

“Censor”: When a Word Means Everything, it Means Nothing

    by Thomas L. Knapp Some words carry emotional force such that using them creates an immediate negative reaction on the part of the listener or reader. That makes such words useful — until they get over-used and misused so much that they cease to have the effect. Lately, the trending “creep people out […]

We Will be Suspending Our Twitter Posts

We Will be Suspending Our Twitter Posts

Editorial By George Miller Yes, Citizens Journal will be suspending new posts on Twitter, as long as its CEO Jack Dorsey continues his one-sided censorship of things he doesn’t like and making flimsy excuses why. He has disabled, frozen, or deleted far more than just the accounts of our President. This is the last one […]

Assault on the Capitol Has Let Loose the Electronic Octopus

Assault on the Capitol Has Let Loose the Electronic Octopus

    By Victor Davis Hanson Two days after the 2020 election, a defiant Kathy Griffin retweeted the notorious picture of her holding a prop that looked like the bloody head of a decapitated Donald Trump. Earlier last year, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, tweeted out a call to his followers to destroy Israel. Both […]

Tucker Carlson Calls Out ‘Censorship’ After Facebook Limits Account For ‘Sharing Of False News’

Tucker Carlson Calls Out ‘Censorship’ After Facebook Limits Account For ‘Sharing Of False News’

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER Facebook limited Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s show page recently for repeatedly sharing “false news,” according to a post the conservative commentator shared on his Facebook profile. “Today’s censorship by Facebook. ‘Reduced Distribution.’ It’s no coincidence that the election is just weeks away,” said a post on the Tucker Carlson Tonight  Facebook page Thursday. […]

Facebook’s Violence Standards Make for a Bad Business Plan

Facebook’s Violence Standards Make for a Bad Business Plan

    By Thomas L. Knapp “Facebook Employees Are Outraged At Mark Zuckerberg’s Explanations Of How It Handled The Kenosha Violence,” reads the headline at Buzzfeed. One such employee asks “[a]t what point do we take responsibility for enabling hate filled bile to spread across our services?” The apparent outrage and the specific question both […]

Trump’s “Free Speech:” Doctrine: Never, Ever, Ever Mention He’s a Liar

Trump’s “Free Speech:” Doctrine: Never, Ever, Ever Mention He’s a Liar

    By Thomas L. Knapp On May 28, US president Donald Trump signed an executive order on “Preventing Online Censorship.” From the title and the document respectively we can draw to two lessons. First: Never, ever, ever believe the title of a government document. The internal texts of congressional bills and resolutions, as well […]

Censorship, Antitrust Probes: Big Tech Is Back To Fighting Familiar Foes After Taking On Coronavirus

Censorship, Antitrust Probes: Big Tech Is Back To Fighting Familiar Foes After Taking On Coronavirus

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER . Big tech companies are facing criticism on antitrust issues, claims of censorship, and other serious problems less than three months after government officials asked them for help stemming the flow of a virus pandemic.  President Donald Trump signed an executive order that could seriously curb Twitter’s business model after the company […]

FCC’s Ajit Pai Issues Ominous Warning, Says China’s Reaction To NBA Fracas Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg

FCC’s Ajit Pai Issues Ominous Warning, Says China’s Reaction To NBA Fracas Is Only The Tip Of The Iceberg

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says China’s response to an NBA fracas could be played out on a much larger, scarier scale if the country finds something worth fighting over.  China poses a serious risk to the U.S.’s fifth generation mobile network if the country is willing to go to extremes over […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Mastering the Masters (Of the Universe)

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Mastering the Masters (Of the Universe)

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise Something that I wrote totally disappeared from Facebook yesterday. One minute it was there, and the next minute it had vanished. I had been officially disapproved of, without notice or explanation. Again. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Wikipedia, Amazon, YouTube, the entire noxious gaggle of them. Something most individuals — […]

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