CLFA Moves Discussion from Facebook to MeWe

As of October 15, 2018, all CLFA networking and discussion has taken place in our selective group on MeWe. CLFA founders have long been decrying social media censorship and considering emigrating from Facebook in light of the social media giant’s increasingly biased curation of speech its users are permitted to use. With the coordinated termination … More CLFA Moves Discussion from Facebook to MeWe

CLFA Stands Against Big Tech De-Platforming and Censorship

Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance (CLFA for short) was created to promote a freedom-friendly cultural environment. A cornerstone of our philosophy has always been strong support for free speech in all its forms. Whatever our differences as American patriots, we can all agree that a healthy, dynamic society cannot exist without allowing for dissenting voices to be … More CLFA Stands Against Big Tech De-Platforming and Censorship

The latest in “deplatforming” news

Sci-fi author Jon Del Arroz—no stranger to the “deplatforming” rage on the Left himself—has been tirelessly chronicling the bigoted ban-fest by the star-bellied sneetches of the SJW-dominated SFF industries. The latest volley includes Antarctic Press dropping the upcoming publication of a wildly popular comic book, Jawbreakers: Lost Souls, and the dis-invitation of monster hit-writer Larry Correia … More The latest in “deplatforming” news

Worldcon organizers indulge in ideological discrimination, ban popular SciFi author

2018 World Science Fiction Convention organizers have banned outspoken conservative author Jon Del Arroz from attending the 2018 event, even though Mr. Del Arroz is a member in good standing and has already purchased his ticket. Worldcon organizers describe the 2018 con as “a celebration of our belief that the choices we make together steer … More Worldcon organizers indulge in ideological discrimination, ban popular SciFi author