America's "Reality Crisis," and Free Speech and Censorship Today, with Spencer Klavan, Will Chamberlain, and Kate Tummarello | Ep. 493
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Megyn Kelly is joined by Spencer Klavan, author of "How to Save the West," to talk about moral truths in today's society, God and spirituality, America's "reality crisis," giving over the power of "true vs. false" to elites, how the decline of religion led to substitutes like wokism or COVID mania, having courage to be patriotic and support America above any single group, the dangers of trusting elites to determine the truth in our society, losing trust in the media and the scientific establishment during the COVID crisis, how we can fight back and "save the West," and more. Then Will Chamberlain, Senior Council for the Internet Accountability Project, and Kate Tummarello, executive director of Engine, join for a discussion and debate about free speech and tech censorship, what Section 230 and why it's important, what it means to be a "common carrier" and whether big tech platforms are, the pros and cons of government regulation of tech platforms, information being censored just because it’s controversial or conservative, how the First Amendment relates to tech censorship, Gonzalez vs. Google being heard before the Supreme Court next week, and more.
Klavan's book: https://www.amazon.com/How-Save-West-Ancient-Wisdom/dp/1684513456/
Tummarello's organization: https://www.engine.is
Chamberlain's organization: https://theiap.org
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