At his social media summit on Thursday, the president ranted incoherently about the media's "crooked," "dishonest," and "dangerous" speech.
Robby SoavePresident Trump said, "I don't think that the mainstream media is free speech, because it's so crooked, it's dishonest...to me, that's very dangerous speech." But such speech is protected by the First Amendment. reason.com/2019/07/12/tru… via @reason
Robby SoaveIf you call out leftists for saying "hate speech isn't free speech" (which is false!), you should also call out President Trump for saying bad/crooked/dishonest speech is dangerous and thus not free speech (which is also false).
View as PDF Dear Majority Leader McConnell and Chairman Wicker: On behalf of National Taxpayers Union, I write to encourage you to reject S. 1914, the Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act, and push back on further efforts to increase the...
Robby SoaveGoogle anticipated the counterargument that words have, you know, multiple meanings, but the inclusion and diversity task force evidently decided that the standard of the most easily offended person would suffice.
Millions of you are suffering in overly air-conditioned workplaces right now. This isn't about remembering to bring an extra sweater to work — it's class war. Workers should be in control of office temperature, not bosses.
Robby SoaveThis is actually a very good example of the divide on the progressive far-left between intersectional activists—who focus on oppression due to race, sex, LGBT status, etc—and more traditional leftists who are all about class.
Few people who tweeted #NotMyAriel were actually upset about Halle Bailey portraying the mermaid princess.
Robby SoaveAs far as I can tell, the overwhelming majority of people tweeting #NotMyAriel are criticizing the (very few) people who were actually mad about the casting. This is making it seem like there's a backlash, but there isn't!