On the latest episode of Stand and Deliver...a special guest co-host discusses the free speech news of the day! CFFS Deputy Director Kimberly Miller fills the chair for the vacationing Patrick Wood, and teams up with National Communications Director Bob Frantz to defend the First Amendment!
A big win for online free speech advocates as former NYT reporter Alex Berenson is restored to active status on Twitter! Berenson has been an outspoken critic of the national response to the Covid pandemic, and was even more vocal in his opposition to the Covid "vaccine" mandates. After being suspended by Twitter for spreading what they called "misinformation" about the shots, Berenson filed a suit to defend his free speech rights...standing and delivering for all those who have been silenced by the Big Tech overlords! Twitter ultimately caved and settled the suit--the magnitude of which should not be underestimated!
Bob and Kimberly also discussed the NEA proposal to replace the word "mother" with "birthing person" in teacher contracts, which poses a significant question about how the nation's largest teachers' union will handle the correct biological language with the kids in their classrooms. Forcing children to use a nonsensible term like "birthing persons" to refer to their mothers...is a classic example of a free speech violation!
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