Catherine Salgado
Contributing Writer/Contractor

Catherine Salgado is a Contributing Writer and former Staff Writer/Researcher with MRC Free Speech America. She also has a column, Washington's Bayonette, on The Rogue Review and her own SubStack newsletter, Pro Deo et Libertate. Catherine previously wrote for The National Pulse and is a graduate of Christendom College with a degree in Classical Languages and Theology. She received the Andrew Breitbart MVP award for August 2021 from The Rogue Review.

Catherine Salgado | May 17, 2024

A Meta Oversight Board member recently confirmed the obvious: Meta might be an American company, but it certainly doesn't prioritize the First Amendment in its policy decisions. 

Kenji Yoshino, a New York University Constitutional…

Catherine Salgado | May 14, 2024

A NewsNation host slammed communist Chinese government-tied TikTok and Meta-owned Instagram for censoring content on one of the most hotly debated topics online.

On May 3, NewsNation founder and host Dan Abrams declared himself “shocked”…

Catherine Salgado | May 13, 2024

Meta’s new artificial intelligence chatbot claims there’s a “valid” argument to be made for censoring legal free speech.

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, Threads and WhatsApp, proudly announced a new AI assistant on April…

Catherine Salgado | May 10, 2024

Google-owned YouTube is jumping on the bandwagon of election censorship.

In a May 9 blog post, YouTube detailed its plans to target and censor certain election-related content ahead of the European Union (EU) elections this June. This…

Catherine Salgado | May 9, 2024

Russia reportedly blocked a video platform for taking a strong stand on free speech.

Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski announced on May 7 that the Russian government had blocked his video-hosting platform after refusing to comply with censorship…

Catherine Salgado | May 8, 2024

Two major government agencies have reportedly rebooted their collusion with social media companies despite looming Supreme Court scrutiny for potential First Amendment violations.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Mark Warner (D-VA)…