Possibly more than any other day, Halloween exposes the Left’s current struggle with speech that it deems inappropriate. A lot of it is happening on college campuses and often leaves older Americans scratching their heads.
The value placed on free speech in the US is so high that some of the most abhorrent individuals and groups can have their say. This court case proves it.
WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker talks to RT’s Going Underground about the dangers of Internet censorship carried out in the name of counter-terrorism
TVWHO: Russ Baker on RT about Obama’s UN Speech, the death of the US ambassador, the inflammatory video, and more.
WHO’s Russ Baker on Obama’s statements about the inflammatory anti-Islam video, the death of the US ambassador, freedom of speech, and more. (Comments cut short by technical difficulties, but you get a bit…)
Rick Santorum took the appeal for Christian votes to a new level, assailing the separation of Church and State. New York Times op-ed writer Charles Blow got in hot water for a reference to one of the more unusual tenets of Mitt Romney’s faith. Are religious beliefs of would-be presidents off limits? Or can we discuss—and even ridicule—those ideas?