I don’t think that controlling what is allowed on Facebook is actually affecting our right to free speech, @Martin Alonzo . Since Facebook is not a public website, it is a company, and owned by Mark Zuckerburg; so he gets to decide what is allowed on his website. It is the same principle as any privately owned publication or even a real property, such as a house. We all have the right to decide what kind of language or behavior we want to allow in our own homes, and if a visitor is not willing to abide by our household rules, then we can tell them to leave. Obviously, Facebook is promoting a liberal agenda, but as far as I can see, they have a perfect right to do that, and to censor anything that they do not want on the website. A good example is this forum. We are allowed to explain and discuss our thoughts and opinions on just about any topic; but rudeness and insulting other forum members is not allowed here. Some other ther forums do not have this kind of rules, and people can say whatever they choose.