While the 9th Circuit was explaining that liberal billionaires have a right to censor, the Department of Justice was explaining that government has no right to coerce an individual to engage, or not engage, in economic activity based on that person's religious belief. It's called religious "freedom." Perhaps that's the word that confuses progressive activists and their cadre of "victims" who deliberately target Christian wedding vendors just to make their wrong-headed, hypocritical point.
Does 9th Circuit not know what's in the Constitution, or just ignores it? Either way, now liberal billionaires at Google, Facebook, YouTube, etc. have been given a green light to censor anything (conservative) they find unhelpful. Like individual liberty, a secure border, conservative thought; that kind of thing. The 9th says these public forums are "private." Does the 9th Circuit squint when it sees daylight after spending so much time in the pockets of mega wealthy progressives?
9/17: ACRU celebrates September 17th as Constitution Day with gratitude for the document that has protected our individual and economic liberty for over two hundred years.
1/31: I can tell you with conviction, the private corrections facilities in this country are not the pits of despair the critics and media fictionalize them to be.
11/22: For most of us Thanksgiving means a sumptuous meal, family drama, and football on TV. We too easily take this holiday for granted but to fully experience it, we must think about more than ourselves.
10/17: We would no longer be a government “of the people”; instead, our government would be put in power by and accountable to the leaders and citizens of a few highly populated states.
9/14: Should you be forced to disclose your charitable donations to the government?
7/2: Today America dominates the globe. It’s easy to forget that the United States almost didn’t exist.
3/6: In an interview, ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams explains how our freedoms can be used against us.
3/6: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams speaks to the Young Americans Foundation on the morality of wealth redistribution.