Michael Ramirez: Dems: Burn it up! 12-6-22
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The Burnt offering: The Supreme Court case 303 vs Elenis. —Michael
At issue in the ongoing SCOTUS case is whether a web designer with a private business can be forced to create wedding sites for non-traditional marriages. I immediately thought, for the past 10 years or so, libs were so cool with Twitter and Facebook crushing conservative posts - their general opinion was that social media could not be compelled to provide equal service to conservatives “because they are private businesses and enjoy First Amendment rights”. A personal Facebook page is essentially the same kind of creative digital asset as a digital wedding site. Leaving aside the issues of their legal status as “public squares”, why should giant social media monopolies, for which an argument can be made for legally induced inclusive standards, have more rights to free speech than a citizen, for whom the First Amendment was written in the first place? —Melissa
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More of Today’s Hand-Selected News and Opinion:
The Twitter Censorship Files —Wall Street Journal
Efforts To Dismiss 'Twitter Files' Won't Work This Time Jonathan Turley, FOX News
FBI’s fake ‘warnings’ about our Hunter story were clearly a coverup to aid Joe Biden Post Editorial Board
Obama-Biden Government in Exile Ran Hunter Laptop Suppression Operation Julie Kelly, American Greatness
Media Tailspin Continues As Trust Hits Record Lows: I&I/TIPP Poll Terry Jones, Issues & Insights
The 'Crazy, Right-Wing Shooter' Myth —John Lott, RealClearPolitics
Coming to Terms: Covid Lockdowns Were All for Naught Dan Hannan, DC Examiner
Every NPR Story You’ve Ever Heard —Steven Hayward, Power Line
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