Update: Dec. 3
Yesterday I went on a day trip to investigate the KKK Flyers incident in Rappahannock County (and Warren) VA, But some would say that my doing so, as an amateur, only encourages more incidents like this because a perpetrator knows someone like me will pay and give attention to it. When am I responsible for what other people feel motivated to do?
Later Dec. 3
I saw a ThinkProgress plea (after an article about Orin Hatch and CHIP, children's health, and people "helping themselves") that ad networks were blocking them because they "produce 'controversial political content'" and "cover white nationalism and other controversial topics". Well, so do I, on my own. I'm "fortunate" enough not to depend on ads or members, but in a way that could be a bad thing. What if every website had to pay its own way to stay up (to keep well-off people from steering the debate)?
Update: Dec. 4
Now there is a flyer incident on the SMU campus in Dallas (University Park) (CNN story).