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Student Accuses High School Of Blocking Conservative Websites

"a senior at Nonnewaug High School, discovered that he couldn’t get on the National Rifle Association’s website while on campus as he was doing research for a classroom debate on gun control in May.

“So, I went over to the other side,” Lampart told WTIC. “And I went over on sites such as Moms Demand Action or Newtown Action Alliance and I could get on these websites but not the others.”

The 18-year-old decided to investigate further by broadening his search terms to political parties in Connecticut.

“I immediately found out that the State Democrat website was unblocked but the State GOP website was blocked,”"


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Thats funny

I grew up in that area. Nonnewaug was one town over from me, and I had many friends there. I'm surprised because it's an agricultural school; ton of farmers and country folk. It is however CT, so I'm not to surprised.


It's the true implementation of the "Life of Julia". From the day a child is born, they want to shape its ideology, not by direct indoctrination but by the limiting of the avenues available that may lead the child to conclude that the ideology in question may be wrong. This way they can pretend critical thinking is what brought the child to the intended perceptions.

Isn't school supposed to be about learning?


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Don't add one; remove the other, too.
sarcasm intended...

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
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The same thing with Infowars

Corporate filters started blocking infowars.com from the beginning of this week.

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The Illusion created is falling apart.

The more they 'block', the quicker it falls ;)

great point

I couldn't agree more !

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That is pretty obvious.