Ted Cruz delivers rousing rant on big tech’s conservative censorship


We as human beings have a few key things that we need to recognize…

First, we have to understand that freedom is freedom.  You don’t get to turn it on and off like a faucet, nor do you get to whittle it down to a trickle.  You’re either free or you’re not, and when you’re not, it’s automatically time to do something about that.

In the case of the internet, it’s almost certainly time to take a good, hard look at the liberty filters already in place.

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Ahead of a mid-July summit at the White House, Ted Cruz is tossing his hat into the ring, pushing for a freer, more American internet.

Over the course of the last few months, the liberal left and their media minions have been waging war against the conservative ideology, under the guise of worldwide, private corporations who get to decide what constitutes the “public domain”.

This is exactly the sort of thing that Cruz is tirade-ing an crusading about.

We cannot expect that what constitutes the “public square” will remain the same for years on end, let alone centuries.  In the same vein, Facebook and Google can’t be allowed to incorporate the very essence of American free speech and the communicatory paths that come with it.

It is absolutely necessary that we exert our right to free speech on the internet at every possible moment, lest we allow the wealth of the world decide what free speech truly constitutes.

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