Tag Archives: Freedom of Speech

Do Not Tell Me What Racism Is, Malcolm

By Jacqueline Willing Catching the train home is one of the most stressful experiences I know. It’s not the anxiety of being in a confined space, or having to interact with strangers, but rather the crippling fear of facing a racial tirade. It’s happened before. Plenty of times. It will …

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In defence of the right to offend

“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” – Evelyn Hall on Voltaire A disturbing trend has emerged amongst those who identify with progressive politics. It is a preoccupation with the stifling of humour that is perceived as discriminatory – be …

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