Luskin: Book Banning? Woke Forces Know All About That; They Practiced on Us

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"Those 49 words — suggesting that students consult a library book if they wanted to learn more about a scientific idea — were too much for the thought police." Source
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By Design: Storytelling Reveals Human Exceptionalism

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That humans enjoy being made to wait seems to have been deliberately built into us. It’s unique in nature, an intelligent design. Source
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Listen: Dr. Jay Bhattacharya on COVID-19 as One of the Most Divisive Events in American History

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Action was taken to suppress heterodox voices. Wesley Smith’s guest is one of those caught in this cultural oppression. Source
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On Thanksgiving, Support the Scientific Defense of Common Sense

1984, algorithms, Big Tech, Boston University, Casey Luskin, Darwin’s Cancel Culture, Douglas Axe, dystopia, eric hedin, Evolution News, free speech, George Orwell, News Media, paid promotion, psychologists, search engines, Stephen Meyer, Thanksgiving, U.C. Berkeley, Wikipedia, William Dembski, World Magazine
“The heresy of heresies was common sense,” Orwell writes. “The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.” Source
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Big Tech Wants to Control the Future; Here’s What We Can Do About That

1984, algorithms, Ann Gauger, Big Tech, Brian Miller, Casey Luskin, censorship, Darwin’s Cancel Culture, Discovery Institute, Douglas Axe, dystopia, Emily Reeves, Evolution News, free speech, George Orwell, Günter Bechly, information, Intelligent Design, John West, Jonathan Wells, memory hole, Michael Behe, Ministry of Truth, News Media, Paul Nelson, scientists, Stephen Meyer
According to the Party slogan, “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” Source
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Luskin at The Federalist — Freedom Is Threatened; Now Will You Listen?

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Critics of Darwinian theory have faced exactly such a campaign — not just recently but going back a couple of decades. Source
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In the Name of “Academic Freedom,” a Scientist Calls for Punishing Creationists

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The practice has a sordid history. There’s always a rationale — for example, in labeling Israeli businesses, or those doing business with Israel, to be avoided. Source
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