If "free speech is killing us," why is it that we have more free speech and fewer killings?
The 2018 United Crime Report contained bad news for pessimists but good news for everybody else.
My response: We have more robust protections for free speech, and a greater capacity to practice free speech, than ever before. We also have less violence.
. writes: "It's worth exploring whether the claim 'free speech is killing us' really holds up. It does not. Today the U.S. has greater protections for free speech and less violence."
The New York Times says: "Free speech is killing us." But the FBI's latest United Crime Report shows violent crime has again declined. via
"Today the U.S. has greater protections for free speech and less violence." #1A #USA #MondayMotivation
The New York Times says: "Free speech is killing us." But the FBI's latest United Crime Report shows violent crime has again declined. via
The New York Times says: "Free speech is killing us." But the FBI's latest United Crime Report shows violent crime has again declined. via
The New York Times says: "Free speech is killing us." But the FBI's latest United Crime Report shows violent crime has again declined. via