Actually, hate speech is protected speech

McMaster U. MELTDOWN (with Subtitles) Peterson offers incredibly important advice on the appropriate way to respond to tense situations with disruptive protestors – advice that was quite literally lost in the noise of the nonstop protest that shut down an event focused (ironically) on the subject of political correctness & free speech.Other topics were touched on, both during the official event and the unofficial talk he gave outside. I’ve omitted much of that, partly because they’ve been covered in his other talks, but mainly because I wanted to focus on the strategic issue of how to deal with protests/silencing/no-platforming, which doesn’t get enough air time.McMaster University – March 21, 2017Event:”Drawing the Line: an open discourse on political correctness and freedom of speech”Organized by Overcome The Gap=====================Edited together from the following videos:The most complete footage of the event (channel eggplantfool):…Jordan Peterson’s outdoor speech and Q&A (channel Steve Hanson):part 1:…part 2:…part 3:…Studio Brule coverage:…Jordan Peterson’s own edited coverage of the event (which includes Steve Hanson’s 3-part outdoor segment, the Studio Brule footage, and several other clips recorded I believe by members of Overcome The Gap):…============================Jordan Peterson info:Patreon…YouTube channel:…

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Actually, hate speech is protected speech speech and its limitations are on Americans’ minds. In the past year we’ve seen Nazis and white supremacists rally in our cities, angry protesters chase provocateurs off of college campuses, a comedian wield a bloody effigy of the president’s severed head, and slurs and overt racial animus made a staple of political discourse. Controversial speech has people talking about what restrictions, if any, society can enforce on words we despise.

That inquiry isn’t inherently bad. It’s good for citizens to want to learn more about the contours of our constitutional rights. The dilemma is that the public debate about free speech relies on useless cliches, not on accurate information about the law.

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Milo is BACK for another edition of SJW and 3rd wave feminists getting a healthy dose of reality. I hope you enjoy this compilation, if you do, please leave a like and SUBSCRIBE for more content!Intro music is Tune Yards – Gangsta.

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If Atheists Talked Like Christians, It’d Sound Like This video below, part of The Atheist Voice series, points out what atheists would sound like if they ever talked like Christians.

A rough transcript of the video can be found on the YouTube page in the “About” section. It’s based on this post.

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Too Many Kooks in the Kitchen: #Burritogate and Co-opting Mexican culture Portland’s Willamette Week first published their interview with the owners of Kooks Burritos, they had no idea that it would become an international story within nine days. The piece told the story of two American, non-Mexican women who took an impulsive trip to Baja California. On this trip, Kali Wilgus and Liz Connelly became “enamored with” the handmade tortillas made by women of Puerto Nuevo, Mexico. Wilgus and Connelly told Willamette Week that they wondered how the women made their craft look so easy, so they peeked into the restaurant’s windows after the women hesitated to tell them their technique.

The ” adventure narrative” is already successful in food culture (see restaurants like Pok Pok and everything Anthony Bourdain does). The storyline often follows a basic pattern: The chef has a cultural experience, and patrons get to taste a new version of the inspiration. It’s a story that sells. Read Original Article Here