YouTube is the most visited website in the world. It is a cybernetic Areopagus, where every viewpoint can be found — except for those that don’t jive with their political agenda under the pretext of “community standards and terms of service.” Such criteria compels censorship of any nonconforming perspectives that challenge the leftist zeitgeist.

Painful truths must be banned, just ask Prager University who has had plenty of videos barred, but continue to fight the internet behemoth in court. Across the conservative ideological continuum, Prager’s case is certainly not unique.

Greg Maresca, a local freelance writer, composes “Talking Points” for each Sunday edition.

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