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What Canada’s Church Arsons Reveal About the ‘Progressive’ Country

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Metlakatla Indian Residential School, group of students posing on outside steps, date unknown On Canada Day, July 1, 2021, a Catholic church in East Vancouver, B.C. was vandalized with orange paint. A video posted to social media revealed two young women behind this act of vandalism.

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What Canada’s Church Arsons Reveal About the ‘Progressive’ Country

Hey English Instructors – ‘Take a History Class and Learn about Free Speech’

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University of Oklahoma teachers workshop:Recently, Oklahoma University contributed their own stark example of how the core values of free speech and critical thinking are being misunderstood and misapplied in the spheres of what we call ‘higher education’.

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Hey English Instructors – ‘Take a History Class and Learn about Free Speech’

Hyperbole on the Loose! The Left Cries Wolf and is Unprepared to Recognize the Real Thing

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Boy Who Cried WolfWhen you’ve branded every dissenting voice–no matter how mild, with the harshest possible labels, what vocabulary do you have available to point out the actual wolf when it comes out of the forest?

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Hyperbole on the Loose! The Left Cries Wolf and is Unprepared to Recognize the Real Thing

Raquel Rosario Sánchez, a feminist writer, campaigner and researcher, is the most recent recipient of the Plebity Free Speech Fund.

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Raquel Rosario SanchezWe are proud to support Raquel with a grant from the Free Speech Fund, and we are always accepting applications from anyone who needs material support after being punished for their speech or subject to a hostile work environment due to their speech or beliefs.

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Raquel Rosario Sánchez, a feminist writer, campaigner and researcher, is the most recent recipient of the Plebity Free Speech Fund.

Remembering Regan Russell: Looking Directly at Animal Agriculture

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We are their voice - Remembering Regan Russell For well over a year, all eyes have been on the pandemic. While we have been singularly focused on the pandemic, another global tragedy has been taking place, though this tragedy has been happening for many years, its existence well-known,...

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Remembering Regan Russell: Looking Directly at Animal Agriculture

A Leftist Scholar on Populism Abandons Foundational Principles of Free Speech and Class

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Plebeian synonymsIf anyone is wondering just how deep is the left’s abandonment of its most long-standing and foundational values, namely free speech and class analysis, one need look no further than this book about populism: Systemic Corruption: Constitutional Ideas for an Anti-Oligarchic Republic by Columbia Law School postdoc...

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A Leftist Scholar on Populism Abandons Foundational Principles of Free Speech and Class

Plebity Interviewed by The Sidebar

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The SidebarThis week, Mark White of Plebity had the chance to meet with Scott Costen, Nova Scotia based journalist at The Sidebar to discuss our Free Speech Fund and the political vision behind Plebity. The Sidebar is a progressive, independent media platform that is part...

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Plebity Interviewed by The Sidebar

Populism: The New Red Scare

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Populism does indeed have a set of prevailing principles that characterizes it. These principles cut across all political cloths, often garnering support from left- and right-wing proponents. Some of the basic principles include: circumventing power from Wall Street, ending corporate welfare and crony capitalism, ending mass surveillance programs, ending...

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Populism: The New Red Scare

When Populism Meant Collective Strength Against a Rigged System

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Southern farmers 1880sThe word populism gets thrown around these days to mean many different things. But the populist farmers revolt of the 1880s has so much to teach us today.

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When Populism Meant Collective Strength Against a Rigged System

Solidarity Wins Out Over Intolerance and Cancel Culture

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Last week Plebity awarded its most recent Free Speech Fund grant to Valerie Pelletier. Plebity thanks Jodi Shaw for her generous donation to our Free Speech Fund which makes our support for individuals like Valerie possible.

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Solidarity Wins Out Over Intolerance and Cancel Culture

Don’t Join for the Mug (but get one anyway)

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Join our Patreon before May 31stOur Patreon subscribers are what allow us to continue and to build on the work we are doing. We’re offering a promotion for new members beginning today and extending to the end of May.

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Don’t Join for the Mug (but get one anyway)

How the Left Woke Up and Found Its Inner Anti-Semitism

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Antisemitic anti-immigrant cartoon, 1890The mildest of criticisms aimed at woke theology are considered literal violence by its proponents. But at the same time, the harshest slurs and insults are completely acceptable if they are deployed against individuals who are not part of what has become a protected caste. In...

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How the Left Woke Up and Found Its Inner Anti-Semitism

Arty Morty: Graham Linehan’s gender blasphemy exposes the fear that stifles the trans debate

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Arty MortyOne side — my side — starts with the foundational assumption that everyone, trans or not, is first and foremost to be treated as an individual, no more or less equally deserving of respect than any other individual, and then builds from there. Of course I understand how...

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Arty Morty: Graham Linehan’s gender blasphemy exposes the fear that stifles the trans debate

The Progress Paradox: Revisiting Steven Pinker’s Brand of Optimism

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The Progress Paradox: Revisiting Steven Pinker’s Brand of OptimismIs the world a better place? Opinions vary, though the enduring Western-centric belief is that humankind has never had it better. This belief is commonly espoused by technologists who praise the information age for ushering in a new era of opportunity...

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The Progress Paradox: Revisiting Steven Pinker’s Brand of Optimism

Want to Stop A Pandemic? Stop Eating Animals.

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Pigs being transported to slaughter. Trigger moments in human history awaken us to injustice and turn the tide of public perception. What happened in Waterloo, Iowa may not have been a watershed moment but as far as human folly, it was a doozy.

Between March and mid-April 2020, as the pandemic surged, managers...

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Want to Stop A Pandemic? Stop Eating Animals.