However you feel about certain pro-Palestinian slogans that Musk banned, they are legal speech and not direct incitements to violence.
Brad Polumbo is an independent journalist and co-host of the BASEDPolitics podcast.
The Florida governor says he’d cancel visas for students who “celebrate terrorism.” That’s wrong for so many reasons, and probably unconstitutional.
It’s no one’s business whether or not the South Carolina senator and GOP presidential candidate has a romantic partner—especially given the party’s leader is Donald Trump.
When he bought Twitter he promised a First Amendment-level of freedom. He just labeled the word “cis” a slur that could lead to a banning—because it offends some conservatives.
He’s no free speech champion, even if his anti-vaccine activism has made him a hero to the MAGA right.
The president’s “soak the rich” proposal would explode the national debt, do nothing to “save” Social Security, and would ultimately hurt the working class.
Now here are some surefire ways to avoid hate-speech incidents: Silence campus liberals, and don’t invite intellectuals from the other side in the first place!