An Ontario government mandate was released by the Office of the Premier on Thursday which requires universities to "develop, implement and comply with" a free speech policy, or risk a reduction in operating grant funding.
Big tech companies are using their power and influence to censor the conservative voice. ACT for America has experienced this first hand over the last few weeks.
This barrage of bans and closures is being coined the 'Great Purge' across social media.
Where do we draw the line between free speech and bigotry? Where does telling the truth end and bigotry begin? Have the current standards of political correctness set by the Left ruled out any honest conversation about the problems we face with radical Islam? And finally, how can we solve these problems if we can't talk about them?
Tommy Robinson morally must be freed. Immediately. And everyone who understands the importance of individual rights, freedom of speech, and objective law morally must demand it.
"The fight is not a local fight - it's global. We will not go down without a fight. Stand up for your country and your fellow citizens."
Tommy, if you hear us, if you see a video of this event, know this:
This is a story about the appeasement of Islam. To be specific, it's about appeasement on the part of book publishers. To be even more specific, it's about a little mom-and-pop operation known as Random House, and a German author named Thilo Sarrazin. It appears that the same house that published my books on Islam - including the one, Surrender,...
Quilliam International founder, Maajid Nawaz accepts the 2018 Morris B. Abram Human Rights Award for his contribution to the cause of religious freedom, equality, pluralism and democracy and shares his story at the 2018 Gala Dinner in Geneva, Switzerland, May 7, 2018. Support Maajid in suing the Southern Poverty Law Center for mischaracterising...
The Supreme Court Delivers Another Stinging Rebuke to Anti-Free-Speech Authoritarians By David French
Perhaps the worst government affront to the rights of conscience, far worse than mere censorship, is compelled speech, the practice of forcing Americans to fund or express ideas they find abhorrent. It's one thing to tell a man or woman that they can't speak. It's another thing entirely to compel them to use their voice, their artistic talents, or...