There’s something grossly entitled about claiming you should have government-mandated access to a social media platform you didn’t create, maintained by people you oppose, and that you should have that access for free. Against government intervention
Crucial, obvious, bafflingly under-appreciated point in debates over social media censorship here from
Gather round, kids, while explains how speech works in the free markets.
"Here’s the blunt truth, however — most red Americans either don’t know or don’t care about social-media censorship. They certainly don’t care enough to delete their apps. This isn’t a market failure; it’s a market verdict." is the best
Free choice has created a challenge the law can’t overcome. via
And conservatives should be the last people trying to get the government involved in solving the political bias of social media platforms, argues ⁦⁩.