Censorship

But, If We Ban ‘Bossy’…

by Steve MacDonald March 13, 2014
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The Ban Bossy campaign was started by a long time Hillary Supporter, presumably because Hillary actually is bossy, and the left wants to plant that field so they can use the ‘fruit’ it bears against opponents who try to even hint at it. The problem with that is this. The entire Democrat party agenda…is bossy. […]

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Did You Know It Was Banned Books Week?

by Steve MacDonald September 24, 2013
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Banned book week began Sunday, September 22nd, and runs until Saturday the 28th.  They even have their own web site.  http://www.bannedbooksweek.org/ I’m always a bit cautious when people start tossing the censorship thing around and the “banning books” crusade is as likely as any to declare the refusal of a group (school, library, whatever) to […]

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Notable quote – Voltaire

by Susan Olsen January 7, 2013
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The MRC (Manchester Republican Committee) Facebook Squabble

by Steve MacDonald January 6, 2013

Someone thought it would be appropriate to put a link on the MRC Facebook page to my recent observations about Jennifer Horn and her abrupt 180 on the Fiscal Cliff deal. (She seemed offended by the “deal” until after someone told her Senator Kelly Ayotte voted for it.  It then became “the best we could […]

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The WikiWellian Memory Hole – How Inconvenient Truths are Flushed

by Mike May 7, 2012

H/T Godfather Politics for this article, after an alert reader noticed that the Wiki Piece linking the New Obama campaign slogan “FORWARD” with a history of Socialism was suddenly marked for deletion! Apparently, The One is very sensitive about people getting the wrong idea concerning his shiny new slogan, and having its sordid history exposed. […]

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ONE Vote NH Censoring Facebook Comments?

by Steve MacDonald October 11, 2011

Recent remarks were posted on the ONE Campaign New Hampshire Facebook page asking if their group was the same one that promoted global redistribution of wealth. A follow-up comment indicated that this was correct. Both were promptly “vanished.” Deleted from the page. Kind of the way political opponents are ‘vanished’ in many of the countries struck by the kind of poverty ONE campaign claims to be fighting against.

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Revisiting Censorship In the Wake Of “Nickel And Dimed..”

by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2010

Most claims of censorship tend to focus on the presumption that any particular limitation violates our constitutional right to free speech. This is of course entirely the fault of the ACLU which has fought to expand the umbrella of what is meant by “free speech” to things that have nothing whatsoever to do with protecting the right to publicly object to the acts or interests of government without fear of oppression

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