In this episode of Thoughts By J, I am talking about the concern I have in a social media platform that advocates for “free speech” getting no-platformed. I understand that Paypal, Stripes Inc., Google, Apple, etc. are private companies, but when do these private companies that are virtual monopolies go too far? I do not agree with the shooter or his views, but I do support the free speech he had so his views could be challenged. I just joined Gab.com this last week before the shooting, and if I had found his page, I would have challenge him though I doubt I would have changed his mind.
We have to move from our extreme positions and move to the table to compromise. I know easier said than done.
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Is Twitter dangerous for journalists? NBC News writer Dylan Byers seems to think so. Is it just dangerous for journalists or is it dangerous for anyone? As I read through this article it has clear tones for a left bias, but it does challenge (if vainly) some of the leftist bias. I have come to the conclusion….
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