During an intense grilling on Capitol Hill yesterday, Facebook co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, did little to assuage the suspicions of millions of Facebook users that the social media platform is blatantly biased against the conservative viewpoint.
In what is the umpteenth example of pro-abortion hypocrisy, a New York Times editorial by an abortion activist is calling upon Facebook to censor “fake news” sites like Life News for spreading what she calls “false information” about abortion and its impact on women, the unborn, and society.
A new study has found that free speech in America may be on its way to becoming just another phrase in a text book as a majority of Americans now admit that they keep silent rather than speak out of fear of reprisals.
Outrage is growing over newly revealed attempts by Twitter to suppress pro-life messages by blocking a leading pro-life group from purchasing ads or publishing tweets that defend life and call for the defunding of Planned Parenthood.
Even though headlines are screaming, “Free speech for me, but not for thee,” not all of today’s youth have bought into the prevailing call-everyone-who-disagrees-with-me-a-hater movement in America – such as those that are participating in today’s Day of Dialogue.
Veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler says that the Obama campaign is censoring viewer comments about their new 17-minute documentary, The Road We’ve Traveled, with positive comments outnumbering negative by more than five to one.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A new study has found that despite the big promises of the Internet to allow unfettered free speech for all, Christian groups are among the few that are being censored online.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
The White House is involved in yet another attempt to “control the message,” this time strong-arming a small California newspaper whose report on Marine One, President Obama’s helicopter, made the First Lady look too snooty.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) announced that he will force a vote next week on a bill that prevents the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from reinstating the Fairness Doctrine.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
(June 27, 2008) The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plan to auction off an unused portion of the wireless spectrum to anyone willing to provide free Internet service without pornography may be derailed by critics crying “censorship!”