Free Speech

U.S. Control Of The Internet Is About To Be Given Away To Oppressive Governments

Thursday, August 18, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Joshua Krause AUGUST 17, 2016 Trying to figure out who really runs the Internet or owns it, is pretty much impossible. The Internet is delivered by thousands of companies to billions of people on the back of a world-spanning infrastructure. At best you could say that the Internet belongs to the United... »


Wednesday, August 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

Opponents similarly made the case that Congress has passed legislation to prohibit the federal government from using tax dollars to allow the transition, and pointed out that the feds are constitutionally prohibited from transferring federal property without approval from Congress. A coalition of 25 advocacy groups like Americans for Tax Reform, the Competitive Enterprise... »

New “Thought Police” Unit Armed With Own Budget and Re-Education Camps (Video)

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

BY VOICE OF REASON THELASTGREATSTAND.COM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH, 2016 Unbeknownst to the vast majority of Americans who go about their lives in a zombified state existing somewhere between clueless and misinformed, right now figurative lines in the sand are being drawn, and both sides are digging in for the fight of our lifetime. Will... »

Ex-Marine who was court-martialed after putting up Bible verse at her desk loses First Amendment appeal in ‘outrageous’ federal court decision

Thursday, August 11, 2016
By Paul Martin

Marine Lance Corporal Monifa Sterling lost her 2014 court-martial One of the charges was for not removing Bible verses from her desk She lost a challenge to that decision Wednesday in a federal court Judges ruled 4-1 her rights weren’t ‘substantially burdened’ It said she may have been motivated by ‘animosity’ towards bosses By... »

Wearing “Don’t Tread on Me” insignia could be punishable racial harassment

Thursday, August 4, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Eugene Volokh August 3, 2016 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, among its other functions, decides “hostile work environment” harassment claims brought against federal agencies. In doing so, it applies the same legal rules that courts apply to private employers, and that the EEOC follows in deciding whether to sue private employers. The... »

Madame President Clinton’s Coming War on the Blogosphere, and Your Countermeasures

Monday, August 1, 2016
By Paul Martin

By James Wesley Rawles August 1, 2016 Now that Hillary (“Hitlery”) Rodham Clinton (HRC) has received the Democratic Party nomination for president, there is a strong likelihood that she will win the election in November and then be enthroned as president in January of 2017. I predict that she will waste no time... »

China bans ‘original’ news reporting, demanding that only official government propaganda is now legal news

Friday, July 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Jonathan Benson Friday, July 29, 2016 The piracy capital of the world is cracking down on internet freedom of speech, proposing new guidelines that would censor so-called “original” news reporting that conflicts with state-sanctioned propaganda peddling a different narrative. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) says two major news portals, Inc.... »

Fox News Coup: They’re Coming For Drudge, InfoWars, Breitbart And Rush Limbaugh

Saturday, July 23, 2016
By Paul Martin JULY 23, 2016 Alex Jones breaks down the implications of the recent Fox News coup. Jones issued a dire warning to the independent media in this recent Breitbart report: “This is the biggest assault on the free press we have seen in modern times. I knew about this a long time ago but... »

Pentagon Revises Law of War Policy Treating Reporters Like Spies

Friday, July 22, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Theodore Bunker Friday, 22 Jul 2016 The Pentagon is changing the U.S. military’s manual of war after listening to criticism of the language regarding journalists, which seemed to let commanders treat reporters as spies, The Huffington Post reports. The U.S. Department of Defense manual was released in June 2015, and quickly drew... »

After Dallas Shootings, Police Arrest People for Criticizing Cops on Facebook and Twitter

Tuesday, July 12, 2016
By Paul Martin

Naomi LaChance July 12 2016 FOUR MEN IN DETROIT were arrested over the past week for posts on social media that the police chief called threatening. One tweet that led to an arrest said that Micah Johnson, the man who shot police officers in Dallas last week, was a hero. None of the... »

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