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George Orwell Warned Us of the Most Dangerous Type of Censorship

Media censorship is a shift in the flow of information, while self-censorship is a shift in consciousness. It is the dangerous cornerstone of group-think.

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Not 1, Not 2, But 3 Neighbors Called the Cops to Report a Little Girl Selling Cookies

One would think that in the ostensible land of the free, a little girl selling cookies to raise money over the summer would never be an issue over which people would call the police. However, one would be wrong.

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From Boston to Ferguson to Charlottesville: The Evolution of a Police State Lockdown

Whatever the threat to so-called security—whether it’s civil unrest, school shootings, or alleged acts of terrorism—government officials will capitalize on the nation’s heightened emotions, confusion and fear as a means of extending the reach of the police state.

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Censorship Is What Happens When Powerful People Get Scared

The most recent transformation of these companies into full fledged information gatekeepers should be seen in its proper context; merely as a dangerous continuation and expansion of an already entrenched reality.

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YouTube to Add “Fact Check” Propaganda Messages to MMR Vaccine Videos in Latest Orwellian Attempt to Override Reality

Not content to stop at banning videos, YouTube has decided to add “fact checks” and quotes to videos on topics that it feels are controversial, and the MMR vaccine is one of them.

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Neocon Bill Kristol Celebrates Social Media Purge

More celebration is likely as the social media giants take orders from the state to memory hole the opposition. 

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Police Brutally Smash Window and Drag Man From Car for Seat Belt Violation (Video)

A viral video showing New Mexico State Police smashing a car window and pulling a man from the vehicle sparked outrage online.

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The Grand Irony of RussiaGate: The U.S. Becomes More Like the U.S.S.R. Every Day

When the Soviet regime exiled Sakharov in 1980, everybody assumed the USSR was permanent and impregnable to collapse.

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Mom of Newborn Reported to State for Eating a Poppy Seed Bagel

"I said, 'Well, can you test me again? And I ate a poppy seed bagel this morning for breakfast,' and she said, 'No, you've been reported to the state.'"

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Big Tech Shows “Net Neutrality” Battle Was About Power, Not an “Open Internet”

At the end of the day, on the market it is consumers that are king. Will consumer apathy allow Silicon Valley to serve as America’s censor, or will we see a new brand of #WalkAway campaign?

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