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Tag Archives: censorship
When I heard about the Boston bombing, I didn’t know what to think. I was reminded of a high school history class, when we learned why Americans don’t like socialists. You ever notice that in the USA they don’t celebrate … Continue reading
The BBC recently had a report called “why have the White British left London.” When I first saw the article, I checked the web address. Is this really the kind of thing the BBC prints? The title itself is controversial. … Continue reading
As my contacts well know, I’m all for protecting one’s reputation and intellectual property. I recently made fun of a politician who used a pirated image, and later explained to him that just because you can find it on Google … Continue reading
Baltimore: July 27 1812. The war of 1812 is a done deal. Most of the surrounding “Democrats” support war with Britain, over stained honor from an attack of the USS Chesapeake. They want to fight because Britain is supporting guerrilla … Continue reading
Last Monday, the locals were talking about the news. (Okay, so I provoked the conversation.) You’ve heard them probably, the limits of free speech have been debated this month. Instead of going straight to those cases, however, I’d like … Continue reading
“Nikon Corp has has rights, too.” So says Joseph Jaworski, the latest in a line of those promoting corporate rights. Now, I don’t totally disagree with the sentiment implied by the sentence…
If you’re a member of LinkedIn, you’ve probably seen it. Someone offering you a great job or freelance offer that seemed to fit just what you wanted. Perhaps you’ve even fallen for one or two scams, but don’t want … Continue reading
An Indonesian man is facing prison for publishing a Facebook he doesn’t believe in God. He has been threatened with prison, but he has also found a large degree of support. If you’ve been reading this blog, you probably know … Continue reading
We have no problem with the kind of so-called “political correctness” that is designed to protect people’s feelings. The staff at Ptara see no reason to use offensive, vulgar or degrading language. What is annoying is when people chose to … Continue reading