Tag: censorship

History

The Antidote to Antisemitism

In the 2005 documentary film Protocols of Zion, filmmaker Marc Levin explored the growth of antisemitic conspiracy theories after September …

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Comedy is a serious subject: A book review of Kat Timpf
Libertarianism

Comedy is a serious subject: A book review of Kat Timpf

Comedienne and libertarian commentator Kat Timpf’s first book is a serious examination of comedy that challenges many well-intentioned but mistaken …

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Censorship, Elon Musk, and Twitter
Culture

Free Speech: Censorship, Elon Musk, and Twitter

Elon Musk has completed a private acquisition of Twitter, promising to unshackle what’s supposed to be a free speech forum …

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german war guilt
History

German War Guilt for WWI is Misplaced; A Historian Explains How France was Responsible

This is a guest post written by Todd Lewis, who graduated from Malone University with a degree in history and …

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News

Weekend Insights – Let speech be free!

Welcome back to Weekend Insights, your LCI “President’s Corner” of miscellaneous articles, events, books, vids, and whatever else I’m thinking about…

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Politics

Racism, Free Speech, and Censorship

The past few weeks have been an extraordinary time for western culture amongst an already-extraordinary past two years. Most readers …

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Libertarianism

Thoughts on Censorship

By Rev. Edmund Opitz, author of The Libertarian Theology of Freedom and Religion and Capitalism: Allies, Not Enemies. This essay …

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Book Reviews

John Milton and Freedom

I personally love Milton. Paradise Lost is one of the most beautiful things in the English language. But Milton was …

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Culture

Down With Censorship!*

This entry is part 8 of 22 in the series Great Libertarian Memes

First, let’s get clear on what kind of censorship we oppose. We oppose any censorship by government, because only the government has the “authority” to legally use force against you for expressing your ideas. Your neighbor might kick you off his property if you say something he dislikes, or a privately owned newspaper can refuse to publish your letter to the editor, but neither should legally use force against you to shut you up.

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