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Hard-Core Pornography Isn't Free Speech

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Hard-Core Pornography Isn't Free Speech is an essay written by a Concerned Woman for America policy director for cultural issues, J. Matt Barber. In it the author claims to argue that the United States of America's government is not doing enough prosecution and persecution of people engaged in pornography production and distribution. J. Matt Barber doesn't really argue these points, because an argument would need to consist of some sort of logical reasoning taking the reader from some proven facts to the conclusion, however, not only is there no logic to the piece, but neither are any facts stated there which are proven by anybody's standards.

J. Matt Barber states that of all the problems in the USA most people there feel that pornography being available is at the top of the list; there is also claim after claim that the government is not putting people in prison every chance that it gets.

The hyperboles are in no short supply in that essay, the pornography is called ‘sexually transmitted cyber-disease’. How the pornography that is not distributed over the internet or that is not even made for distribution at all enters the picture is only hinted at by the language, suggesting that it also must be opposed, even though nobody knows why.

J. Matt Barber sometimes refers to “the experts” which make such ludicrous claims as that pornography is an addiction and that it leads to child abuse. Apparantly J. Matt Barber believes that the people who abuse children simply have an addiction problem, like somebody who can't stop drinking coffee.

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