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Will Elon Musk Let Gun Owners (and Companies) Have Free Speech?

So, Elon Musk is buying Twitter for $44 billion. As Musk has called himself a free-speech absolutist, we wonder what this could mean for Twitter’s “weapons and weapon accessories” policy.

Control of the Narrative

In a real scene, you can look around for the truth. This is what we depend on journalists to do. Too often, however, today’s reporters don’t report; they frame fake narratives.

Muzzled—The Breadth of Big Tech’s Strategy to Marginalize Gun Owners

Gun owners are accustomed to legalized discrimination. In some states, merchants still hang signs refusing to do business with us. We’re used and abused by big Hollywood. We’re outcasts in academia.

Will Big Tech Gun Censorship Affect the 2020 Election

Here is how social-media companies are controlling speech in regard to guns and the Second Amendment ahead of the November election.

Tech Censorship Has Huge Second Amendment Implications

Increasing censorship from social-media companies should worry anyone who cherishes their freedom.

Silicon Valley’s Undue Influence On Your Gun Rights

Most of us have learned firsthand that, to put it kindly, social-media platforms are cultural mixing grounds.

At Least Politicians Are Telling Us What They Really Think

The good thing about social media is it allows people to air their opinions publicly and immediately with no filter. The bad thing about social media is that it allows people to air their opinions publicly and immediately with no filter.

California Sheriff Encourages Concealed-Carry Holders in his County to “Exercise their Rights”

“If something like those horrific active shooter incidents was to happen here, I want the people of my county to be able to defend themselves. None of us are immune.”

Teen Posing with BB Gun on Social Media Subjected to Police Investigation

Despite them finding no evidence of crime or threat, police turn case over to District Attorney.

U.K. Police Revoke Firearms Licenses from British Gun Enthusiast Due to Social Media Videos and Viewer Comments

U.K. police branded his YouTube an extremist forum due to viewer comments others made there as well as his statements advocating handguns for self-defense against terrorists.

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