Facebook says prayer for protection of children violates standards on hate speech

It seems that pretty much everything is now considered “hate speech” at Facebook, the social media giant once dubbed the “world’s most dangerous censor.”  On Tuesday, we received word that Aaron Guidry, a moderator of the West Virginia-based Warriors for Christ was told by the company that a prayer for the protection of children violated

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Flashback: Maker of faith-based movie banned from Facebook immediately after posting Christmas card

On Christmas Eve, David Rosler, maker of the faith-based 3D movie “Orbiter,” did the unthinkable.  Like so many others, he posted a Christmas card on Facebook.  Apparently, something about the card triggered the social media giant, which banned him almost immediately after he posted it, Associate Producer Katherine Shell told the Conservative Firing Line in

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Flashback: Facebook claims 2012 Donald Trump campaign button violates rules against nudity

Early on New Year’s Day 2016, an administrator of the now-defunct Facebook page “Wake UP, America” said he was told by the social media giant that a photo of a 2012 Donald Trump campaign button violates their community standards for nudity, even though the picture contains no nudity whatsoever. “So I get this message from

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Study: Conservatives no longer trust Facebook, leaving platform over bias, censorship

On Wednesday, the Media Research Center (MRC) released the results of a poll that says a majority of conservatives — two thirds — no longer trust Facebook, the social media giant once dubbed “the world’s most dangerous censor.”  Additionally, one-third of those surveyed said they have either left the platform or plan to leave as

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USA Today: Trump is right — Big social media sites like Facebook the real ‘enemies of the people’

In an op-ed published at USA Today earlier this month, opinion columnist James S. Robbins said that President Trump is right to criticize big social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. “Social media has coarsened public discourse, silenced conservative voices and lowered the quality of journalism. We must do something about it,” he wrote. Calling

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Pro-Trump Facebook alternative gives conservatives a ‘site with a purpose’ without the censorship

Are you tired of Facebook censoring and burying conservative content?  Do you want social media to be about more than cat videos or collections of emojis?  If you can answer “yes” to those questions, there’s a solution: ProAmericaOnly.org, a Facebook alternative that doesn’t censor conservatives and actually serves a purpose other than to kill time

Facebook to Christian pastor: Post advocating murder of white people does not violate community standards

In July, Rich Penkoski, pastor of the online Christian ministry Warriors for Christ, said Facebook, the social media giant once dubbed “Iron FistBook” by political cartoonist A.F. Branco, told him and others that a post advocating the murder of white people does not violate their community standards. “Please Kill white people only,” the Facebook user

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Facebook censors, bans video on Star-Spangled Banner — Report

On Friday, Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit reported that Facebook, the social media site appropriately dubbed the “world’s most dangerous censor,” banned and censored a video on the history of the Star-Spangled Banner. Facebook, the report said, marked the video as “spam,” and claimed it violates their community standards. Roger Scott, the reader who

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Flashback: Facebook claims US flag violates community standards, gives user 30-day ban

In November 2016, Facebook, the social media site increasingly known as the “world’s most dangerous censor,” told yours truly that a picture depicting an eagle and a U.S. flag violates their “community standards,” and further issued a 30-day ban.  Worse yet, I never even posted the photo. Here’s the initial message: That message was followed

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New York Post columnist says Facebook censored column — ‘And I still can’t find out why’

On Thursday, New York Post columnist Salena Zito said that Facebook, the social media giant once dubbed the “world’s most dangerous censor,” removed an article she published, allegedly calling it “spam.”  The article magically reappeared after some time, she said, but Facebook never explained what happened. The article, she said, was about “how people who