Progressive Politics and
Other Objectionable Content

Shortly after the passage of the USA Patriot Act, ObjectionableContent.com was launched in protest of this grossly unconstitutional law.  Shockingly, the law passed with virtually no opposition.  Most members of Congress have admitted to not even reading this history changing piece of legislation, which sadly, still stands.  Following the 2016 election of Donald J. Trump ObjectionableContent.com was revived to add one more voice to the chorus calling on America to fight against the rise of fascism in the United States of America. 

Trump’s ascent to the White House has encouraged once marginalized white nationalists, anti-LGBTQ bigots, racists, fundamentalist religious lunatics, xenophobes, and wide swath right-wing crackpots.

www.ObjectionableContent.com was created as a memorial; in loving memory of the constitution of the United States of America. It is dedicated to the restoration of freedom of speech, to the wall of separation between church and state, habeas corpus, the right to privacy, and the other liberties stolen from the American people by the criminals who run this country. With a little sarcasm, anger, and humor we deal with some very serious stuff regarding lost freedom. In our blog, we cover some of the issues of the day. ObjectionableContent.com attemptd to help inform the public of some of the work being done by activists, lawyers, politicians, and organizations helping to reverse the nations slide into fascism.

 
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
These words were not only deemed worthy of inclusion in the bill of rights, but were recognized as so important that they became the FIRST AMENDMENT of the US constitution. For many years now, there has been an alarming erosion of personal liberty underway in the country. The phrase “…may contain objectionable content” seems to be popping up everywhere.

What exactly is objectionable content?

Which censors do you trust to determine what is objectionable content? Once a film, article, web site, TV program, or literary work is labeled as having objectionable content, what effect does that have on the accessibility of the material?Chemistry.com

The editor of this web site believes that it is the patriotic obligation of thinking Americans to actively oppose the efforts of government, corporations, and religious fanatics to extend their control of communications media (including the Internet) and the behavior of individuals.

Look for some discussion of the Fourth Amendment here soon too. We’ve got to get people talking about this stuff. The cops in this country are out of control. The courts have handed federal and local police much broader powers to intrude into our personal lives.

Visitors are encouraged to send suggestions regarding the content on this site.

Thanks.

-Alex