I’m not sure how to feel about this particular issue:
This is another scary example of corporate censorship. Now yes, I know that the First Amendment only applies to the government, but with just a few big corporations having control over the distribution of information, such as Apple and Google, and these big corporations enforcing the political correctness of the political left, the future looks scary. A few months ago, Google punished me by removing the ads from my blog. This month, Apple prevents a conservative church from spreading its message on Apple devices. I don’t like where this is headed.
On one hand, Half Sigma is correct – corporate censorship seems scary.
On the other hand, if government got a lot smaller (which would be good) I think we’d see a lot more prejudice. When people are freed, they don’t want to live near people they don’t like, put up with ideas they don’t like, or generally have to deal with the "benefits of diversity" (even diversity of opinion).