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[Stewart Baker] Is Facebook really banning links to Infowars?

I'm conducting an experiment to see whether Facebook is really banning links to Alex Jones's nasty but not illegal site.  Unfortunately, it means putting my Facebook account at risk of suspension or disappearance.  Here's what I posted earlier today: According … Continue reading

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Despite the State Department Banning 16 Saudis, Questions Remain Over Whether the Trump Administration Will Pursue Justice in the Case of Jamal Khashoggi

By: Evan Schleicher On April 8th, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that 16 Saudis, including one of the closest aides to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, were being barred from entry to the United States under Section 7031(c) of … Continue reading

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Banning Trans Girls From School Sports Is Neither Feminist Nor Legal

Policing what it means to be a girl harms all girls. Andraya Yearwood, a junior at Cromwell High School in Connecticut, recently finished second in the 55-meter dash at the state open indoor track championships. But instead of well-deserved accolades … Continue reading

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Amazon's book banning crosses a dangerous censorship line | The Christian Post

With the news last week that Amazon has banned Mohammed’s Koran: Why Muslims Kill for Islam, co-authored by British activist Tommy Robinson and Peter McLoughlin, Amazon has crossed a very dangerous and precarious line.Two immediate questions come to mind. First, … Continue reading

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Ordinance Banning Industrial Mineral Mining Not A Regulatory Taking – But What About Palazzolo?

Challenging an ordinance that the court characterizes as an "even-handed" zoning regulation, even if it outlaws an existing conditional use, is going to be a tough one for a plaintiff. In theory, it need not be, given the right conditions. … Continue reading

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