In the course of her studies, Tom Woods' 13-year-old, Regina, came across what's known as the Great Firewall of China.
In other words: the array of websites that cannot be accessed by the Chinese people.
There's actually a website you can visit that's dedicated to the Great Firewall. You type in a website you're curious about, and it'll tell you whether it's blocked in China.
Obvious ones like YouTube are on it, as are less obvious ones like FoxNews.com. Twitter is on it, too (though the people running the show over there are doing their best to make it a safe space for commies).
Now you don't need me to tell you that it's an outrage that the Chinese are being kept behind this firewall.
At the same time, until very recently, we were all behind the firewall of NBC, ABC, and CBS. Nobody challenging the version of events coming from those sources had a prayer of being heard.
Every college student in America struggled with the same firewall: you're going to get leftist propaganda, and no competing points of view will be acknowledged, much less addressed.
Same was true for adults who looked back on their educations and wondered: have I been a victim of educational malpractice?
Yes. Yes, you have.
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