News of more statues torn down and vandalized due to Charlottesville has rocked the cycle this past week, but more importantly people have used that protest as an excuse to censor speech and the internet.
- Charlottesville is being exploited to attack freedom of speech and internet freedom.
- PayPal Reinstates Two Anti-Jihad Websites
- Do neo-Nazis deserve free speech?
- Cambridge University Press WILL RESTORE Censored Chinese Articles
In the middle of this madness, we celebrated Mike LaChance’s anniversary!
Please keep Kemberlee and her family in your thoughts and prayers as they ride out Hurricane Harvey.
I’ll be flat out honest: You’re not very smart if you thought people would stop at Confederate statues. For goodness sake, a Catholic school in CA (because of course) removed its statues:
- Catholic school under fire for its crusade against statues of Jesus and Mary.
- Statue of St. Junipero Serra appears to have been vandalized
- Confederate Memorial Removed From Outside Maryland Circuit Court
Common sense prevailed in some places….
But not at ESPN or Reuters:
- ESPN Pulls Announcer Robert Lee from UVa game because name similar to Robert E. Lee
- Reuter’s Thinks ESPN’S Robert Lee is the Confederate General’s Namesake, Doppelganger
A Catholic priest admitted his KKK past. Please keep him in your prayers…I cannot imagine the strength it took to write the op-ed.
Trump held a rally in Phoenix. The media immediately melted down and a protester experienced some karma.
- Phoenix Rally: Trump Attacks Media for Dishonesty, Media Melts Down
- The Pepper Ball Shot Heard Round the Internet
A man sucker punched a black Trump supporter in California. Authorities arrested the man:DONATE
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