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InformationLiberation Makes Reddit r/Politics' Prestigious Banned Domains List!Chris | InformationLiberation
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!