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Conservative Free Speech Alliance Passes 60 Member Organizations

The Free Speech Alliance (FSA), a coalition of conservative organizations and conservative leaders committed to protecting free speech online, surpassed 60 members yesterday. To sign your organization on as a coalition member, please submit your request through this contact form, and a member of the External Affairs team will be in touch ASAP.

The Dawn Of Corporate Totalitarianism

While constitutional liberty should protect the rights of association and religious liberty, granting businesses the right to determine who they will serve based on the customer’s ideas, political affiliation or viewpoint is the first step toward replacing constitutional liberty with an oppressive system of corporate social credit.

The State of Free Speech in Europe and the Future of America

European policymakers have failed to recognize that the best way to combat totalitarian and racist ideologies, such as Nazism, and the spread of their ideas, is to let them speak freely and to disprove them in the court of public opinion. The lesson for America is: Don’t adopt totalitarian laws in an effort to stop totalitarianism.

The Mothers Who Can't Speak on the Record

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

The horror these mothers feel is a non-recognized emotion. To utter it publicly is hate speech. As one concluded, this is a scenario that she "never dreamed any parent would have to face, at least not in the United States. But this is our reality now — a reality that the mainstream media won't touch." Where are the state and federal authorities who need to stop this? Where are the parents? Where are the churches? Our society is collapsing, and they all think it's so wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong, they say. And then they do nothing about it.

Is It ‘Hate Speech’ to Tell the Truth?

Robert Stacy McCain, The American Spectator

Democrats and their allies are attempting to criminalize debate on major public policy issues with regard to our immigration policy. We are now being told in effect that it is “hate speech” to express opposition to the open-borders agenda of Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and such of their billionaire donors as George Soros. Democrats and their media allies have recently taken to declaring that it is a “dog whistle” of racism and anti-Semitism for any Republican even to mention the name of Soros in connection with the immigration issue.

Hate Speech and the Politics of Grievance

Ben Domenech, The Federalist

Conservatives want an educational system that produces citizens, not victims – one that produces thinking people who respect the views of those with whom they disagree, who can grapple with those views as they come, not one that will curl up into a ball of rage at the first sign of wrongthink, or turn into an aggrieved party whose pain must be acknowledged.