InformationLiberation Makes Reddit r/Politics' Prestigious Banned Domains List!Chris | InformationLiberation
1.Florida Man Ordered by City to Keep BBQ Smell From Leaving His Property
2.After 11-MONTH Investigation, La. Cops Working With DEA Bust Teens For A Few Grams Of Marijuana, MDMA
3.Police Shut Down Benefit Concert Because of Hologram of 'Unacceptable Role Model'
4.Cop Caught on Private Dashcam Threatening to "Blow a Hole" in Driver's "F**king Head" During Stop
5.Obama Frees 46 People While Three-Quarters of all Prisoners are Locked Up for Victimless Crimes
6.DEA's Confidential Informant Program Basically Being Run With No Oversight Whatsoever
7.Native American Woman Dies in Jail, Begging for Help, Officers Told Her to "Quit Faking"
8.Smoking Gun: MPAA Emails Reveal Plan To Run Anti-Google Smear Campaign Via Today Show And WSJ
9.Obama Pledges to Use Last 18 Months in Office Pushing Gun Control
10.Florida Cops Enter Family's Backyard and Shoot 8-Year-Old Daughter's Beloved Dog
What an honor, the control freak moderators over at r/Politics have included yours truly on their banned domain list along with a host of other wonderful websites like Infowars, Raw Story, Reason, Techdirt, Breitbart, Drudge Report, WorldNetDaily, Photograph Is Not A Crime, BlacklistedNews and others. I must say I'm flattered to be listed among such prestigious websites!
Note, this is not a site-wide ban, Reddit is brilliantly designed because it's made up of thousands of sub-reddits each with their own communities, rules, and moderators. Just because they banned us from r/Politics doesn't mean we can't be posted to r/Libertarian or r/Conspiracy or wherever. One of our news articles made the front page of r/News just a few months ago and hit number one on all of Reddit, despite us being banned by the statists who run r/Politics!