Top 9 things you can’t talk about freely in America

Remember when you could talk about anything in America without fear of retribution, shaming, harassment?

Do you recall when "media" was a plural noun, implying a multitude of voices?

What about speech codes? Can you remember a time before they were imposed on college campuses?

How about the internet before Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google set the rules for what you could say and what you couldn't say?

A generation ago, America was celebrated for its free speech, its free press, its freedom of religion.

But consider the topics today that you can't talk about, write about or dissent about.

Let's take a look at the top nine topics that are basically off-limits in our formerly free society:

  • Creation: We went from a time when God's Creation was accepted as fact to a time when public schools can't even teach about it as a legitimate "theory" – a possibility. Evolution has gone from a theory to a fact in academia while the evidence has gone the other direction. While the scientific world is in near total agreement now that the universe had a beginning, as well as a time when life sprung up in abundance all at once, America's most powerful cultural institutions continue to push the evolution line exclusively without second thoughts, second looks. Are we better off without the debate, the dialogue, the discussion? Are we more learned, more advanced as a society without dialectics?
  • Man-made climate change: Some "news organizations," CNN comes to mind, are no longer interested in sources they characterize as "deniers," those who are skeptical about the urgent need to reorder the world's economic and political systems around the priority of lowering carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. It's unlikely you could have a debate at a major university about the evidence against impending doom from catastrophic, man-made climate change. Does that make us more informed or less? Does it make for open political discussions? Are we a healthier, more open society as a result?
  • Donald Trump: Despite his being out of the White House since January, one can't discuss the successes of the 45th president without being silenced or shamed. Just wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat or flying the American flag from your pickup truck is considered provocative. Despite his now being a private citizen, Big Tech, academia, the entertainment industry and the Democratic Party continue to hound him like an unindicted co-conspirator, a war criminal, a "fascist" authoritarian, an unregistered foreign agent, a "white supremacist" or worse.
  • Illegal immigration: You can't have a free and open debate about controlling it without being called names – hater, bigot, racist. The sovereignty of America is at stake, but the cacophony of denial about Joe Biden's current border crisis is hysterical, maniacal, completely over the top and one-sided, full of misinformation, disinformation and fake news.
  • Muslim terrorism: Nearly 20 years after Muslim terrorists declared war on America by hijacking airliners and crashing them into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and an open field in Pennsylvania, killing more people than in any foreign on the homeland in American history, incidents and evidence of Muslim terrorism is systematically covered up by the media. Instead, the real problem, according to the thought police, is Islamophobia.
  • Roe v. Wade: It is, according to the cultural institutions that serve as our morality cops, "a settled matter of law." Anyone who opposes this Supreme Court decision, which denies the right to life for preborn babies, will find a hostile environment in the media. Even restrictions on abortion for the purpose of sex selection are considered threats to "a woman's right to choose." But what about freedom to dissent? What about free speech? What about a free hearing on the sanctity of life?
  • Gender: Can you believe we can no longer identify men and women based on biology without fear of "discrimination" and accusation of "bias" and "bigotry"? It's true. Meanwhile, judges and activists are promoting gender dysphoria as well as irreversible surgical disfiguration and chemical castration even for children. It's a new and brave new world – but don't try too hard to dissent unless you're ready for the consequences. Prepare to be called a "hater," a "homophobe," just for the crime of disagreeing.
  • Guns: Just as America is quickly watering down its commitment to the First Amendment, so too is it continually compromising on the Second Amendment. And you won't get a fair hearing in the media or though social media or through the search engine that commands a nearly worldwide monopoly yet ignores legal requirement for political impartiality in the way it serves and controls content. The anti-gun propaganda never stops. There's a war on private ownership of guns like never before.
  • The family: Everyone knows the family unit, with a father and mother at the center, is the building block of a self-governing, healthy and prosperous society. Or do they? Who is making that case in America today? Government follows policies that are hostile to families, as is our corporate culture. But just try making that case in a public forum that counts.

How did America, the land of liberty, get closed down, canceled and suppressed?

Tyrannical Big Tech began it, sustains it, boasts about it.

It won't go away until the plague of Joe Biden goes away. He benefits from it. He could never have become president by cheating openly without the help of the tech giants and their money and undue influence on our culture.

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