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Saturday, June 22, 2024


This is major; but, unfortunately, will be of minor concern to most Americans, who are clueless to how their civil liberties are being canceled by our own government, which supposedly exists for the express purpose of safeguarding them. Indeed, our Founding Fathers established our government on the proposition that our rights are God-given and inalienable. Therefore, according to them, the sole purpose of government is to protect and preserve our God-given rights. Our Founders went on to say that any government that fails to fulfill this fundamental responsibility is a government that should be abolished and replaced with another that will meet its all-important and God-ordained responsibility. 


In its bombshell report, "Free Speech America," the Media Research Center (MRC) found that seven federal agencies have been actively involved in censoring rather than protecting Americans' free speech. These agencies—the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, the Department of Justice, the Department of Defense, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of the Treasury, and the National Science Foundation—have been part of what a federal court judge has called "the most massive attack against free speech in United States’ history." 


We are currently waiting on the Supreme Court to announce its decision in the  Murthy v. Missouri case, a case brought by the Attorney Generals of Missouri and Louisiana against free speech censoring federal government officials. The Supremes' decision in this case will determine whether or not our government will be held accountable for silencing rather than safeguarding our free speech. One thing for sure, if the late Supreme Court Justice William Douglas was still seated on the highest court in our country, we could rest assured that he would hammer our free speech censoring government with his gavel. After all, Douglas once said: "Restriction of free thought and free speech is the most dangerous of all subversions. It is the one un-American act that could most easily defeat us." 


Will the Supreme Court grant our government the right to gag us or will it hold our government accountable for betraying its established purpose by doing so? We will soon find out.