Locke’s Terry Stoops discusses Twitter and his exposure of national teachers union agenda

Dr. Terry Stoops, director of the Center for Effective Education at the John Locke Foundation, discusses Twitter’s decision to punish him after he exposed elements of the National Education Association’s agenda. Stoops offered these comments during a July 7, 2022, appearance on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

Dr. Terry Stoops

Twitter blocks Locke’s exposure of teachers’ union agenda

The head of the John Locke Foundation’s Center for Effective Education found himself in “Twitter jail” Wednesday. Terry Stoops faced that penalty after exposing discussion topics at a national teachers’ union’s annual meeting. Thousands of teachers and activists are wrapping up a week of meetings in Chicago for the National Education Association annual meeting. While...

Donna King

Big tech censorship and algorithms promote dystopian outcomes

Last week, I wrote an opinion piece in the Carolina Journal titled “The Attack on Free Speech You Haven’t Heard About.” I detailed how Big Tech uses algorithms to filter speech, promote content, and target advertisements. I concluded my piece by stating that current algorithm models discourage an honest and truthful marketplace of ideas. However, I left...

Alex Urban

The attack on free speech you haven’t heard about

In September of 2021, the Texas Legislature passed a law meant to reel in the social media giants’ monopoly of online opinion. The bill, known as H.B. 20, requires large tech companies to produce regular reports of removed content, create a complaint system, and disclose their content regulation procedures. It applies to companies whose users...

Alex Urban

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