293. Facebook’s Trump ban, FDA’s Menthol Ban, and the Nanny State
The ITT crew revisits the topic of anti-conservative censorship on social media in light of the recent news of Facebook’s decision to continue to ban President Donald Trump. Afterwards, they discuss the recently announced ban on menthol cigarettes.
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Cameron Sholty, and Chris Talgo present episode 293 of the In the Tank Podcast. The ITT crew revisits the topic of anti-conservative censorship on social media in light of the recent news of Facebook’s decision to continue to ban President Donald Trump. Afterwards, they discuss the recently announced ban on menthol cigarettes and why the government is allowed to act as a “nanny state.”
ITTe245 - John Samples Interview
SOCIAL MEDIA BIAS
Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Trump Ban, Calls for Further ‘Reexamination’ to Determine Final Penalty
FB Oversight Board – Case decision 2021-001-FB-FBR
MENTHOL BAN / NANNY STATE
Heartland Institute – Policy Tip Sheet: Tobacco Harm Reduction 101: Menthol Bans
Cato – Are Prohibitionists About to Revisit the Law of Unintended Consequences - This Time With Tobacco?
FEE – Why Is the Nanny State so Popular?
Gov.uk – New obesity strategy unveiled as country urged to lose weight to beat coronavirus and protect the NHS
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