Twitter on Wednesday afternoon began blocking tweets from being posted that contained links to the New York Post’s report on alleged emails that purportedly show Hunter Biden offered to introduce then-Vice President Joe Biden to an executive of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma.
Social justice demonstrators in Burlington who are demanding the removal of police officers involved in use-of-force incidents have turned against the liberal-leaning publication Seven Days and are demanding the firing of one of its reporters.
Here’s a recent comment by Middlebury College’s enviro activist in residence Bill McKibben, which makes an interesting point.
Asserting that cancel culture has put freedom of expression in crisis, a statement initially signed by 45 prominent individuals from universities, think tanks, and other organizations asserts that expressing “ideas we find offensive is not an act of ‘violence.’”
Self-censorship is on the rise according to a new Cato Institute survey that reports nearly two-thirds of Americans are afraid to share their political views.
Some of us who are more conservative may have assumed most everyone on the left would silence themselves in order to ensure that President Donald Trump would not be re-elected. This letter suggests that there are still highly influential voices on the left who have broader and nobler ambitions.
Facebook content moderators discussed using their positions to censor Republicans and conservatives in an undercover video released by activist group Project Veritas on Tuesday.
The Mount Ascutney School Board seems to be moving slowly on deciding how — or even whether — to further discipline Windsor School Principal Tiffany Riley for expressing some skepticism about Black Lives Matter.
The City Council is planning to vote Monday on whether the title of Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial officer should be changed to city administrator and finance director, respectively, according to the Star Tribune.
Members of the Mount Ascutney School District Board say they plan to fire Windsor School Principal Tiffany Riley for comments she made about certain tactics of Black Lives Matter, but a St. Johnsbury attorney says doing so would violate the law.
Windsor residents and House candidates have strong and differing views about the school board’s punishment of a local school principal for Facebook statements questioning Black Lives Matters. And now the controversy has gone national.