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Those of you reading this who are over 30, think back to the time when you got out of high school or college. Did you ever say or do anything stupid you regret? Did you have different values? Do you ever look back at your former self and just shake your head at the thoughts you had or the mistakes you made? Have your beliefs and values changed since then? Now imagine putting inexperienced 20-somethings in charge of the world. They’re allowed to decide what the rest of the world is allowed to see and read. They can make any voices, concepts, opinions, or facts simply disappear. They can manipulate information in a way that gets their favored politicians put in charge.
Unfortunately, that world exists, and we now live in it. Young tech experts living on the Left Coast have near total control over internet search engines, apps, social media…among other things. We’re talking about far-left, inexperienced young adults who may be great at math & technology, but who are serious lacking knowledge of history, psychology, business, economics, parenthood, biology, and so many other knowledge areas. This is precisely why ANY kind of censorship is dangerous to freedom–regardless of the reason given for the censorship (hate speech, misinformation, etc.)–you’re subject to the biases and weaknesses of who decides what information does or does not qualify. Leftists who favor all this censorship of Trump, Parler, Dr. Seuss, election interference, etc., how would you feel if Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Ted Cruz, and Ben Shapiro were in charge of determining what information you could and couldn’t see?
Censorship not only removes endless mountains of information and perspectives, it undermines the creditability of any information that makes it through to the public.
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Yes, I can remember the “good old days”—the America that over-30s grew up in. And I miss it.
I also remember teaching “inexperienced 20-somethings” on the Left Coast. However, unlike my colleagues at that educational indoctrination camp, I felt that it was my duty not to tell students what to think but how to think. In other words, I focused on helping students develop and use critical thinking skills, conduct research, examine the credibility of sources, and so forth—all of those things that liberals and the majority of college profs detest.
The extent of the indoctrination that students often/usually experience hit me full-force when three of my colleagues and I were discussing an election. Each of my colleagues said that it was their “duty to tell students whom to vote for.” That was the final of many “final” straws. I retired and moved away from the Left Coast and leftists.
Although I sorely miss the hefty salary that I made, I came to the conclusion that I was and am too conservative and too Christian to live in California. Moving home to Texas suits me much better.