True Freedom Press is an alternative publishing house for free thinkers that was founded by Dr. Scott D. G. Ventureyra in October 2020. You can visit the website by clicking on the True Freedom Press box at the top of the home page, or go directly to www.truefreedompress.co to see the services that are offered.
True Freedom Press is willing to publish controversial books that challenge established narratives and beliefs and may challenge the beliefs of theists and non-theists. The works published by True Freedom Press may or may not reflect the personal beliefs of the publisher. True Freedom Press is all about publishing books that challenge the status quo. It is a press that supports the pursuit of truth, no matter how uncomfortable, unpopular, or unpleasant it may be to many.
True Freedom Press promotes free speech, freedom of conscience, and freedom of expression. With the pervasiveness of censorship throughout the legacy media, Big Tech platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, and others, university campuses, work settings, publishing houses, and even places of worship, true freethinkers are increasingly seeking alternative platforms and methods of communication. True Freedom Press offers an alternative to this Orwellian nightmare that has become so commonplace throughout Western consciousness. It provides a platform for politically correct-averse conservatives, theists, libertarians, free thinkers, and others to express their opinions in an open and honest manner.
Little do many realize that political correctness is an oppressive tool to prevent dissenting views. Genocidal tyrants like Mao Zedong used the phrase, which originated with Leon Trotsky. Over the past 20 years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the censorship of unpopular ideas that counter certain narratives, such as woke ideologies, and, in the past three years, anything that counters the single narrative of COVID-19.
True Freedom Press upholds a traditional understanding of tolerance, one that defends an individual’s right to hold a particular position and express it freely, even if it offends others. To write freely is to have the ability to offend. The truth may offend at first, but it should be embraced for the sake of authentic living and expression.