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An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, teaching, academia, and a lot more.

The Silence Is Deafening 

This week, the White House decided to make those emails from concerned citizens public through the commission’s new website. But the administration made a big mistake: It didn’t censor any of the personal information — such as names, email addresses, actual addresses, and phone numbers — included in those emails.

I want everybody to keep very quiet right now so that we can hear the uproarious outrage coming from our libertarian, anti-big government, Ayn Randian freedom-lovers. 

I’m sure they are about to have something to say regarding this totalitarian gesture. They’ve got to have at least some mousy little protest ready, right? 

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4 thoughts on “The Silence Is Deafening 

  1. Shakti on said:

    It didn’t censor any of the personal information — such as names, email addresses, actual addresses, and phone numbers — included in those emails.

    Wait, what’s Doxing again?

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    • That’s exactly what they are doing. The Politburo would totally approve. Now all that’s missing is the public shaming of the people who voted for the wrong person.

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  2. BUT THE HILLARY EMAILS…

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  3. Alex on said:

    Hillary Clinton’s emails are a “Get out of treason free” card for Trump supporters.

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