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Illiteracy leads to censorship

Illiteracy leads to censorship

  By Jon Rappoport “…intellectual freedom is a deep-rooted tradition without which our characteristic western culture could only doubtfully exist. From that tradition many of our intellectuals are visibly turning away. They have accepted the principle that a book should be published or suppressed, praised or damned, not on its merits but according to political […]

California Gender Bill May Ban the Sale of Bibles

California Gender Bill May Ban the Sale of Bibles

    The Political Insider – by Rusty Democrats in the alt-left state of California have passed a bill in the Assembly that would ban the sale of books that express Christian beliefs about sexual morality, quite possibly extending to printed texts such as the Bible. No surprise there, after all this is the same party that […]

Free Speech Threatened by Media Outlets?

Free Speech Threatened by Media Outlets?

By Michael Miller For a little comic relief, I submit a link to the amazing cartoonist Ben Garrison:  https://grrrgraphics.com/free-speech-fountains/.  Be sure to scroll through his collection of work for some great laughs embedded in the exposure of some outlandish hypocrisy.   .  . The article about censorship of Conservative/ Libertarian views is disturbing.  Censorship is generally […]

Conejo Valley Schools parental choice book dispute status: Spinning the narrative, attacking board members, etc.

Conejo Valley Schools parental choice book dispute status: Spinning the narrative, attacking board members, etc.

By George Miller Are the Acorn and the Star being one-sided and unfair covering Conejo book list policy? Is parental choice “censorship?” Why are Progressive pressure groups apoplectic over it?             Foreword The debate and arguments (some call it “BookGate”) surrounding the new Conejo Valley Unified School District book selection […]

George Orwell’s Animal Farm, CVUSD’s BookGate, Our Children, and YOU!

George Orwell’s Animal Farm, CVUSD’s BookGate, Our Children, and YOU!

  By Deborah Baber Savalla Monique McKenna is a public school teacher. On January 25, 2018 she inserted herself into the ongoing CVUSD, (Conejo Valley Unified School District), School Board discussion about the Board’s new policy regarding 9-12 core literature texts. School Board policy 6161.1 is firmly rooted in California Department Education Code (CDE). The […]

Conejo Valley Faux Book Banning Controversy: Just the tip of a dangerous iceberg

Conejo Valley Faux Book Banning Controversy: Just the tip of a dangerous iceberg

By Paul D. White   The book “censorship” debate in the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) speaks to a larger education issue, and centers around two false premises. 1)   False Premise #1:  Censoring high school students is wrong, unnecessary, and would create a bad precedent. All schools (including CVUSD) already practice censorship in most areas […]

Do You Know What YOUR Child Is Reading?

Do You Know What YOUR Child Is Reading?

Editor’s note: So far, the vast majority of the public has only heard opinions of suitability of reading materials for school curricula, not the actual material. Short of having everyone read the books in question, Dr. Amy Chen brings you actual excerpts, warts and all. Some of the questionable passages here are only used to […]

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

. By Thomas L. Knapp Former Google engineer James Damore is suddenly between jobs. He’s been fired, Bloomberg reports, for writing “an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies.” Google has long cultivated a reputation for hiring smart people, turning them loose, and listening to them. This firing puts a giant dent in that […]

Saving the world from Ann Coulter

Saving the world from Ann Coulter

  By Jon Rappoport Ann Coulter UC Berkeley clash reveals massive covert op.   Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter’s scheduled speech at the U of California Berkeley is off, it’s on, it’s been delayed, the student groups sponsoring her appearance are suing the University, she’ll speak indoors, she’ll speak outdoors, and on it goes. . University […]

Obama’s Christmas Gift to Trump: A Ministry of Truth

Obama’s Christmas Gift to Trump: A Ministry of Truth

. By Thomas L. Knapp On the Friday before Christmas — the kind of time politicians pick to do things they hope you won’t notice — US president Barack Obama signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act. Along with the usual terrible, horrible, very bad, no good NDAA stuff (all the little mandates involved in […]

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