Freedom of Speech

P. Gardner Goldsmith | February 18, 2024
Marching more in line with the fascist forces that invaded that nation during World War II, the French National Assembly Wednesday, February 14,…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | February 11, 2024
  Though most discernible news consumers probably gave up long ago, that old adage, “Where there’s life, there’s hope,” might have inspired a…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | February 11, 2024
    Filmgoers might associate the name Michael Mann with a long list of dramatic motion pictures and television shows, going all the way back to…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | November 7, 2023
The Supreme Court November 3 placed onto its docket the case of “National Rifle Association v. Vullo,” a slow-moving challenge to action taken by a…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | November 5, 2023
As the late film director Stanley Kubrick might have said, one would have to be living with “eyes wide shut” to not see the vast array of…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | October 22, 2023
As children, perhaps fantasy tales serve the purpose of entertaining us – as forms of enthralling escapism. But, even at early ages, we were better…
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Nick Kangadis | October 9, 2023
  Welcome back for another edition of the best kept secret in the conservative movement, Things That Need To Be Said. Depending on your…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | August 7, 2023
    Yet another fight for freedom of speech within the so-called “Ivory Tower” is in the news, and it hints that sometimes the most prominent…
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Sarah Merly | July 7, 2023
While we were counting down the days until the end of rainbow vomit, leftists attempted to shut down Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | May 21, 2023
After so many recent instances of woke hand-wringing-grenades going off to expose the insufferable incapacity of Cultural Marxists to appreciate any…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | March 9, 2023
Word spread quickly after local Florida media reported that a state senator named Jason Brodeur (R) recently filed an “information dissemination”…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | March 7, 2023
Journalist Matt Taibbi runs three tracks and ties them together in what could be one of the most stunning releases of internal Twitter communications…