Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected. CopsRCorrupt.com

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Censorship in America

By John Stossel

Support for the idea that it's good to hear all opinions, even offensive ones, is thin. A plurality of Americans now support laws against “hate speech.”
Conservatives once wanted to ban Playboy magazine, violent rap lyrics and offensive depictions of Jesus. Leftists then were right to fight such bans. But today leftists encourage censorship in the name of “tolerance.”



Scientist Matt Taylor helped land a probe on a comet for the first time in history. But because he explained his achievement while wearing a T-shirt that had cartoons of sexy women on it (designed by a female friend of his), writer Rose Eveleth of The Atlantic tweeted that Taylor “ruined” the comet landing. The public outcry against him was so great that he cried at an apologetic press conference.



Silicon Valley entrepreneur Brendan Eich created JavaScript and helped start Mozilla Firefox. But when activists discovered that he'd once donated $1,000 to support California's Proposition 8 banning gay marriage, they attacked him as “a hater.” A year and a half later, Eich still can't find a job.
Internet Censorship
When Eich donated the money, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton opposed gay marriage, too. But in just five years, such opinions have become so “unacceptable” that a tech genius is ostracized by his own industry.


As long as the leftist mobs don't use law or violence, they're still engaged in free speech. Private employers can impose most any speech rule they choose. The First Amendment applies only to government.


When the TV series “South Park” was censored by its own network for depicting Mohammed, Molly Norris, a fan of the show and a liberal cartoonist, showed her support by drawing her own cartoons of Mohammed. For doing so, she received death threats. Fearing for her safety, she went into hiding.



Columnist Mark Steyn was appalled that “Her liberal newspaper — the way they put it in announcing that she'd gone, ceased to exist , was: ‘There is no more Molly.'” She hasn't been heard from in five years.



“The only way we're going to move to a real sense of freedom is if every time somebody puts a bullet in a cartoonist for drawing a cartoon of Mohammed,” says Steyn, “every newspaper ... displays that picture.”



Steyn argues that societies that censor create more violence by driving hate speech underground.



“You can have a society with free speech where I call you names, and you do rude drawings of me, and I say you're a hater, and we hatey-hatey-hate each other,” said Steyn on my TV special “Censorship in America,” but “the alternative is the Muslim world where there's no open debate, and so there's nothing left to do but kill and bomb and shoot.”



Free speech matters. If we give in to those who would shut us up, the censors will push and push until we have no freedom left.



John Stossel is host of “Stossel” on Fox News and author of “No, They Can't! Why Government Fails — But Individuals Succeed.”



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