“I Believe in Freedom of Expression, but…”

freedom of expression correlates with better protection of human rights, higher GDP, less violence and lower corruption. Finally, repression of freedom of speech has—in a historical perspective—been the most desired instrument for governments and dictators around the world to retain impoverished people in obedience.
Filip Steffensen, fee.org

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Cowards in the Academic Trenches

My Marxist colleagues are not true revolutionaries. They are cowards in a civil war of their own creation. And they are poisoning the academic climate with their toxic and highly contagious intellectual cowardice. Each one of them should be dishonorably discharged for the crime of academic malpractice.
– Mike Adams

https://townhall.com/columnists/mikeadams/2017/11/17/cowards-in-the-academic-trenches-n2410510