Poll: 62% of Americans Say They Have Political Views They’re Afraid to Share

The Candace Owens Show

PragerU is excited to launch The Candace Owens Show featuring in-depth conversations with fascinating guests on a variety of topics. Tune-in every Sunday on...

Trump Rebukes Fauci’s COVID-19 Assessment, Says US in ‘Good Place’

President Donald Trump on July 7 rebuked Dr. Anthony Fauci‘s assessment of the national response to the CCP virus pandemic, saying the United States...

Unarmed City Workers, Not Police Officers, to Perform Traffic Stops in California City

Unarmed city workers will conduct traffic stops in a California city, replacing police officers, under a new plan approved this week. The Berkeley City Council’s vote directed the city manager...

Europe divided on Huawei as US pressure to drop company grows

Robert O’Brien, the US national security adviser, will meet his counterparts from France, Italy, the UK and Germany in Paris this week to urge...

Revelation of Steele’s primary source triggers focus on think tank tied to Clinton, Biden

The revelation that Christopher Steele’s primary sub-source for his dossier was an American resident tied to a liberal think tank close to the Obama...

Sixty-two percent (62%) of Americans agreed, up from 58% in 2017, leading Cato to conclude that “self‐​censorship is on the rise in the United States.”

Republicans were the most likely to be afraid to share their views (77%), followed by 59% of Independents. Slightly more than half (52%) of Democrats said they were afraid to voice their opinions.

By ideology, staunch liberals were the only cohort where a majority said they felt free to voice their opinions, as even centrist liberals felt unsafe – signaling a divide between the far-left and moderate liberals, Cato reports:

Continue Reading…

Original Source: By Craig Bannister CNS News

Hot Topics

Hollywood Producer Who Was Part Of Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express Circle” Dead – Falls Off 27th Floor Of Building

I’m sure this is just a coincidence, right? Just prior to the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell this week, Hollywood producer and long time friend...

Federal Judge Rejects Additional Discovery in Case Concerning Hillary Clinton’s Emails

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. on Friday denied a request for additional discovery in a lawsuit concerning Hillary Clinton's use of a private...

Ten people, including a candidate, arrested in Tallahassee on variety of child sex crimes

At least 10 people — including a local write-in candidate — were arrested on charges ranging from lewd and lascivious behavior with a child...

Related Articles

Sweden is banning Huawei and ZTE from its 5G networks

Swedish regulators are banning the China-based tech companies Huawei and ZTE from constructing the infrastructure of Sweden’s 5G networks. The announcement follows previous bans...

United States Seizes More Domain Names Used by Foreign Terrorist Organization

The United States has seized “Aletejahtv.com” and “kataibhezbollah.com,” two websites that were unlawfully utilized by Kata’ib Hizballah, a Specially Designated National and a Foreign...

US Designates 6 More Chinese Media Outlets as Foreign Missions

The U.S. state department has designated the U.S. operations of six China-based media companies as foreign missions, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Oct. 21. The...