Free Speech

Perceived criticism of trans orthodoxy was too much for one university

And does Lokman Slim’s murder indicate a change in Hezbollah’s deployment of violence?

Paul du Quenoy offers an appreciation of the late scholar and free speech advocate James R. Flynn

China’s leaders are growing impatient as they seek to shape world opinion

Even though the Chinese English-language news channel can be pretty poisonous, Andrew Tettenborn questions whether it should be banned

Innocent Drinks has outed itself as latest brand to join the ranks of the virtue-signalling mob

Cancel culture is a straitjacket on the free expression of ideas, and democracy cannot hope to function when antagonists are muzzled

In adopting “social justice” ideology, Oxford’s Medical School risks taking a dangerous turn away from science and reason

If Gab’s ideal of freedom is defined by Christian Reconstructionists and fascist philosophers, then free speech will be the means, rather than the end, of the reconstruction of social media

Insult for its own sake is childish and banal, but the ability to strongly criticise any creed is absolutely vital in a healthy democracy