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Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson

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News, American News

The straight pride parade confirms that our culture is a parody of itself

Ever since the election of Trump we’ve been subject to Orwellian inversion after Orwellian inversion. In 1984, it’s “freedom is slavery, war is peace, ignorance is strength.” In 2019, it’s language is violence, segregation is inclusive, and straight is queer. Perhaps it’s time to try sanity.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Jun 5, 2019

No, there’s no rise in hate; there’s a rise in panic

For some easily triggered individuals, a MAGA hat or a simple OK hand gesture is proof of white supremacy. In a climate like this, where any harmless gesture can be hate, it’s very easy to manipulate data in order to make people be fearful of each other.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 29, 2019


The cancelled are uncancelling themselves

The cancelled are starting to uncancel themselves. Massey, with his poem, has shown them a path forward. The next artists targeted by the mob can look to “Poem Against Cancellation” and find hope for their creative futures.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 27, 2019

Opinion, Culture

The media tries to change your language to manipulate you

Major media outlets are in lockstep with governments and social media companies in attempts to monitor your speech and censor what you say.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 18, 2019


Trudeau signing on to the Christchurch Call should worry all Canadians

In the case of the Christchurch Call, we are being told to trust the New York Times and Facebook as well as foreign governments like New Zealand and France, to provide guidance regarding our free speech.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 15, 2019


BuzzFeed slimes a 14-year-old girl in the name of internet safety

In the end, we suspect that BuzzFeed’s attempt to ruin this young person’s career and life will backfire. BuzzFeed has a right to their opinion, but they don’t have the right to demand she be silenced.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 14, 2019


The panic over climate change is part of a larger problem

It’s not like we shouldn’t have concerns about the environment, it’s just that we shouldn’t lose our freaking minds over it.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 8, 2019

News, American News

Burger King takes on mental health with worst marketing campaign ever

Mental health challenges should not be trivialized, but that is exactly what this Burger King commercial does.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / May 2, 2019


Consent condoms: the latest technology that reveals how stupid we’ve become

Consent condoms, sex dolls, sex robots, chastity belts, consent apps, etc.—these technologies that are meant to keep us safe actually put us in grave danger. Instead of letting technology guide our actions, we should know our minds, and think our own thoughts clearly.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Apr 10, 2019

Opinion, News Analysis

Major New Zealand bookstore bans Jordan Peterson’s book in shocking act of censorship

The decision to ban Dr. Peterson’s book can not be seen as anything other than a straight-up power grab by authoritarians who wish to use a period of mourning and deep human suffering for their own censorious gain.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Mar 21, 2019


How to kill art

Get the population hooked on social media. Erect echo chambers. Eliminate competition. Use social media to make a moral panic by instilling a fear of sex. Divide the races with hoaxes. Inspire suspicion.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Mar 18, 2019


After Rogan podcast, Twitter has a genuine opportunity to reject censorship

Twitter has an opportunity to help unite a politically divided nation. To move toward that goal, however, they will have to heed Pool’s and Rogan’s advice to break out of their own ideological bubble.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Mar 6, 2019

Politics & Policy

In 2019, The Federalist is more liberal than Buzzfeed

The Federalist is going to bat for a Vegas sex worker while Buzzfeed is engaged in the lowest form of kink shaming and finger wagging. Pay very close attention to where your basic freedoms are being defended and where your language and life choices are being policed

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson / Feb 25, 2019

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