Like most things, let’s take a step back and actually THINK rather than simply reacting to news stories from the Echo Chamber.
I was actually going to come back and do a show about this on Thursday, but a very great friend reminded me that (a) I am on vacation and (b) Ben is growing up really, really fast. So I decided to dictate some notes about it and I will leave with those being posted. Read the rest of this entry
The 1st Amendment prevents the Government – at any level – from stifling Free Speech. You’re not going to find a group of people more passionate about free speech than broadcasters, be they Super Star Mega Syndicated hosts or your local podcaster with tens of downloads. There is always a fear that if we let our guard down that some Government agent somewhere will try to silence our voices.
But what about when private companies do it? Read the rest of this entry
I have informed you thusly of this over the past weeks. Nothing happens in a vacuum. So when the Colorado State Civil rights Commissars let the cat out of the bag and told the entire world that they are anti-religious bigots, savvy people immediately understood that the Supremes smackdown of their “despicable” actions was intended to send a message.
So… what was the message and for whom was intended? That’s actually pretty easy to answer.
Facebook is under fire again for sharing your data with pretty much anybody and everybody who said they had at least an idea of a reason why they should have it. Much pontificating has taken place, with bloviating politicians explaining to us that they “really mean to do something” about this.
Please… that is exactly what Facebook wants…
The Sailor convicted of taking classified pictures aboard a US Navy nuclear-powered submarine was pardoned by President Trump. He says that it is his intention to sue President Obama. His argument will be the traditional “That person did it too and you didn’t punish them, so why did you punish me?” argument. The whole thing disgusts me. Just go away and enjoy your freedom.