Facebook Weaponizes Tolerance to Censor Political Satire

Facebook Weaponizes Tolerance to Censor Political Satire

Facebook had demonetized the Babylon Bee’s account over a Monty Python joke.

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What Nick Cannon Can Teach Us About Fighting for Truth in the Age of Cancel Culture

We aren’t trying to ‘cancel’ Nick Cannon, but we wouldn’t mind canceling anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry and racism.

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A Big Day for Uyghur Justice

New legislatoin is a big step for Uyghur justice in China, but there is much more to be done.

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Spot the Intolerance in Central Park

The battle over the Samaritan’s Purse tent hospital reminds us that as we fight intolerance, we must make sure we don’t become intolerant ourselves.

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How to Disagree on Matters of Life and Death

Re-opening and staying closed both come with serious consequences. If we can agree on a few basics, we can take the vitriol out of the debate.

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COVID-19 or Kung Flu: How the Battle Over the Name Misses the Point

There are much bigger issues at play that must be addressed with real solutions.

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5 Ways to Use Your Time Alone to Promote Tolerance and Understanding

Coronavirus is forcing us all to slow down. Here’s how to use new-found free time to build up the community while still practicing social distancing.

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Whose side are you on??

Tribalism is dividing our society, but tolerance starts with recognizing our own blindspots.

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Racism by the Numbers

New polls show that our nation still struggles with ugly racist beliefs. It’s time to change that.

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The Uneasy Intersection of Tolerance and Humor  
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This week, the most notable thing to come out of the Golden Globes was not a list of winners, but Ricky Gervais’s scorching jokes, mainly made at celebrity attendees’ expense. Perhaps his most shocking line was, “You say you’re woke but the companies you work for, I mean, unbelievable – Apple, Amazon, Disney – if  Isis started a streaming service, you’d […]

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