On Wed night last, Jack Fleetwood posted "Trump Came To See Me", about Trump visiting an Apple computer factory in Austin. Interesting in one other way as I didn't even know Apple had a factory there and Dell is the big presence in their hometown. By the way it is even a bit aviation related as Dell bought what was then Austin Executive airport in NW Austin and closed it to build his warehouse. Anyway, other pilots chimed in, including several who say manger or supporter of POA. There were 33 posts before I made my short post, and in total 39 posts. But I received a message that I am violating the rules because of "politics". So I'd like to have the rule explained. Obviously the topic was of a politically related nature, and through 33 post no one seemed to object. So why was I singled out? Is everybody equal under the rules or is it like 1984 where everybody is equal, but some are more equal than others? Is anything politically related acceptable as long as it is on one side of the spectrum? Is it a personal thing, though as far as I know I don't even know the management and never met them. Question 2: What is the focus if any of POA? Is it all aviation or homebuilding or corporate etc.I notice a lot of posters seem to be controllers. Question 3. What type of pilot are you looking for as posters. There are parts of flying that I am a novice at, jets, multiengine, high tech glass panels, etc., but I do have 50 years of experience in perhaps 40 types of airplanes all over the U S and some of Canada, England, and Caribbean. I might know some things fairly well on one side of aviation. PS as for a forum subject, I have never run a forum on line, but I think freedom of speech is one the great things our country espouses and one of the first things to be censored when tyrants take over anywhere, throughout history. I realize that I others don't share my view and live in fear of ever reading an opposing belief or idea. I wouldn't let them run my forum, I'd aim it towards adults. Thanks, Bill Greenwood, sorry I don't have a cute alias, guess I'm old fashioned about that.