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
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
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
Cheered by around 150 supporters, Milo Yiannopolis led a march to Simon & Schuster’s Manhattan headquarters on Friday, July 7. There, he announced he had filed a $10 million lawsuit against the publishing giant that morning. He also posted the text of the lawsuit on his FB page so that anyone can read it. Milo … More Milo stages Free Speech rally at Simon & Schuster HQ, announces lawsuit
Freedom’s Light: Short Stories is now available for pre-order! From the members and associates of the Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance (CLFA) comes Freedom’s Light, a collection of short fiction that celebrates the human yearning for liberty. These stories extol the value of human rights and the sacrifices of those who defend those rights. This collection features works … More First ever CLFA-endorsed anthology goes on sale!
CLFA welcomes SecretSquirrel, with a guest report on new internet havens for user control and free speech. You may have heard rumblings recently of a new Wikipedia-type site. They’re not empty rumors; it’s real, and its name is InfoGalactic, the Planetary Knowledge Core. InfoGalactic is, at present, a “fork” of the existing Wikipedia that runs … More The “Big Fork” and what it means to you