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"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
The notion that COVID-19 came from a lab was once touted as misinformation. But now the FBI, the Energy Department, and others agree with Paul.
Popular podcasts and shows portray crime as salacious and sexy, failing ordinary victims in the process.
The union wants you to throw your Barbie costume in the trash, scab.
The limits of "we just don't believe you" as a news-consuming habit
"After Trump, everybody's tolerance for exploring different points of view kind of dried up," says the star Substack writer.
Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
A series of studies suggest it's not algorithms that are driving political polarization, ignorance, or toxicity online.
When you use incorrect stats to bolster your claims, as Reuters did, all kinds of foolish conclusions follow.
This progress has been widely shared, to the great benefit of the people at the bottom of the distribution.
Changing phrases to be for or against Israel is part of the job.
The doomsday consensus around climate change is "manufactured," says scientist Judith Curry.
A recent House committee investigation exposed political interference when it came to figuring out the origins of COVID. But why?
Lai's media company covered the Communist government's abuses when other Hong Kong media wouldn't.
The guilty verdict came the same day the Justice Department blasted Minneapolis for harassing the press.
The journalistic crusade against "bothsidesism" is an unsubtle attempt at enforcing political orthodoxy.
Farewell to the senator's son who pioneered a TV genre, helped create the Christian right, ran for president, and earned the grudging respect of Abbie Hoffman
The paper's editorial board is happy to endorse the centralization of decision making when it supports their liberal policy preferences.
The show's final season boldly declared that success requires putting yourself first and accepting the trade-offs.
Plus: Debt ceiling deal passes House, Congress wants to childproof the internet, lactation consultant licensing law is unconstitutional, and more...
The Durham report is a "black eye" for the FBI, leading Democrats, and the media, says Lake.
Expect the very foundations of the internet to come under attack from politicians and the mainstream media.
The Blocked & Reported cohost talks about cancel culture, activism vs. truth, and why he quit Twitter.