The government has no power to keep consumers in the dark—or to prohibit the use of terms that consumers understand—in order to protect special interests from honest competition.
The true test of one’s commitment to free speech comes when others are permitted to say and publish ideas they deem offensive.
Independent journalists provide facts that biased editors at the Washington Post keep in darkness.
Mark Zuckerberg wants government regulation of the internet content, not because it would somehow protect us against “harm,” but because it would protect Facebook against competition. Without free speech, we will become sheep. That is the reason we must condemn Mark Zuckerberg’s immoral plea and defend our freedom of speech
Government censorship will only reduce the ability to understand the causes of people guided by anti-capitalist ideas.
The more we get accustomed to settling our disagreements with words, even offensive words, the less we need to settle disputes with fists and swords.
Politicians aren’t qualified to regulate the internet. The free market under a rule of law is.