Georgetown, Slavery, and the Riots in Sweden

Feb 27, 2017 by

by William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine: Two years ago, Georgetown University made a show of repenting of its past connections to slavery by renaming two buildings whose namesakes had once sold slaves. It might be expected then that when a Georgetown faculty member defends slavery, not just online,...

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Stop Funding Hate: a nasty, elitist campaign for press censorship

Nov 17, 2016 by

by Brendan O’Neill, Spectator: Intolerance wears a progressive mask in the 21st century. Students hound political undesirables off campus in the name of ‘protecting diversity’. Adverts are banned from the London Underground in the name of women’s rights. Rappers and other hotheads are barred...

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The Right to Mock

Oct 10, 2016 by

by Douglas Murray, Gatestone Institute: If there is one question that most concerns the public around the question of radical Islam it is “What is the connection between the extremists and the moderates?” Leading politicians across the Western world have not been much help in answering...

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Islamic School Ofsted report censored

Oct 1, 2016 by

by Tim Dieppe, Christian Concern: A taxpayer-funded Islamic school has been rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted, partly because of gender segregation concerns. We do not know what other concerns are raised in the report because it has been censored. Media have been banned from naming the Islamic school...

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EU agreement threatens freedom of religion and freedom of the press by censoring critical internet posts

Jun 9, 2016 by

from Barnabas Fund: The EU has just announced an agreement with major internet providers such as Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft under which material deemed to be “hate speech” will be removed from the internet within 24 hours. However, we have serious concerns that the definition of hate speech...

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Liberal censorship: breaking out of the echo chamber

May 26, 2016 by

by Eric Metaxas, LifeSite: When liberal journalists come out and confess their bias, it’s tempting to say, “The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.” But don’t. This is good news. Writing at the New York Times recently, columnist Nicholas Kristof took that hard first step. The...

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