Opinion

White House Considers Legal Plan To Shut Down Dissent Using Section 230


Tim, Ian, and Lydia join Pedro Gonzalez, associate editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, podcaster, and commentator, to analyze what it means …

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One response to “White House Considers Legal Plan To Shut Down Dissent Using Section 230”

  1. Clif2003 says:

    My fiancé is in the medical field; specifically Immunology. …and looses her mind regularly, these days. I’ve spent 20 years in aviation safety. I investigate error.

    There is a school of thought in the NTSB that all error is human error. …because; We imagine the machines. We design the machines, we test the machines, we operate the machines, the machines fail, we crash the machine, people die unjustly. We investigate the crashed machine. It produces victims of circumstance. Where did they go wrong? Did they go wrong? People died.

    The same is true in the political arena.
    We imagine freedom. We postulate the laws necessary for freedom. Pen the laws. We implement the laws, We test, by fire, the laws. We modify the laws. We change governance to enact new laws. People revolt. We investigate why people revolt. People die unjustly. Where did they go wrong? Did they go wrong? Victims of bad or just naive policy.
    Rinse, repeat.
    A recipe that results in poisoning and death?
    I find myself in a weird place. …in the hands of people with no patience or recognition of failed history.