Matt Pearce for LA Times reports Restrictions on speeches and parades outside next month's Republican National Convention were struck down by a federal judge Thursday as unconstitutional.
Suffolk County, New York police arrested Edward Perkowski on Thursday after the police allegedly found in a raid of his home items including tens of thousands of dollars in cash, several guns and knives, ammunition, a bit of marijuana and illegal mus
What this activist discovered should leave First Amendment advocates everywhere disheartened and wanting to test their local police.
If Democratic attorneys general can pursue climate change skeptics for fraud, then also at risk of prosecution are climate alarmists whose predictions of global doom have failed to materialize.
Rachel Francon is a transgender Donald Trump supporter. Her facebook page "Transgender person in support of Trump" was recently suspended. Rachel said it came without any warning. She posted a link to a video news clip showing the imam in Flor
California congressmen wrote a letter to state attorney general Kamala Harris claiming the freedom of speech "is not designed to protect fraud and deceit" of the likes being spread by oil company ExxonMobil about global warming.
This is a clear and simple definition of freedom of speech. The "right" is an individual's right against the government; there is no such "right" against other individuals. Of course, as Rothbard has very well explained, the phrase "fre
Democratic city fueling anti-Trump protests to make Hillary look good
"If you boycott Israel, New York will boycott you."
"What are the defenders of free speech to do? The sad fact is that this fundamental freedom is on its heels across America.
As a nation, we have a tendency to sentimentalize cultural icons in death in a way that renders them non-threatening, antiseptic and easily digested by a society with an acute intolerance for anything controversial, politically incorrect or marred by
One of the greatest free speech threats in the West is the growing, multi-nation campaign literally to outlaw advocacy of boycotting Israel.
Many of us, either in whole or in part, have withdrawn our consent from the current ruling regime. Up till now, however, I've never seen a form to document such a thing.
It seems the UK government has officially turned into Big Brother.
Facebook, already increasingly known for widespread censorship of controversial content, just joined Twitter, YouTube, and Microsoft in agreeing to a European Commission "Code of Conduct" that's even more Orwellian in scope than it sounds.
I think the "right" to vote (in government elections) should be taken away from women. It should be taken away from men too. (The NYTimes will undoubtedly quote me only on the first of these two preceding sentences).
In an op-ed published by Forbes last week, a pro-biotechnology mouthpiece who used to work for the tobacco industry wrote a provocative piece arguing that a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision imperiled the constitutionality of mandatory genetically e
In 2016, battle lines will be drawn. On one side, people of all colours, genders and orientations are rallying around the flag of freedom of speech.
Michelle Plante scoured a surveillance video for clues, trying to identify the man seen shooting at someone in a Hartford playground recently in broad daylight. Luckily, no children were there, and the man fled into a nearby house after missing his t
' and people are furious...A billionaire board member of the world's most powerful media company has been using a fraction of his enormous wealth to try to take down a news website critical of him, anonymously funding lawsuits targeting the site.
(NaturalNews) You probably didn't notice that in the world of national TV news, only Fox News reported that Obama's national security communications expert Ben Rhodes had told The New York Times about his "echo chamber." As reported by MRC News Buste
One cartoonist would say so. Rick Friday, a freelancer for an Iowa-based newspaper 'Farm News,' was recently axed by the publication for a drawing he made that seems to put some of the big agricultural corporations that one of the paper's adver
Below are four letters to the editor from today's WSJ, in response to a recent commentary by Michael Bloomberg and Charles Koch about the importance of free speech on campuses. The third one, from some brainwashed moron at Duke University, defends s
"The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government remains responsive to the will of the people and peaceful change is effected. T
First Came the Drudge Link. Then the Death Threats. Ann Ravel was a relatively unknown government official, until her words got featured on the Drudge Report. Soon, the trolls were screaming at her to drop dead. - Center for Public Integrity
In most of the developed world, criminal "hate speech" laws are common and frequently applied.
The brewery will use damages from its case against the Michigan Liquor Control Commission to launch a 1st Amendment Society.
Following reports that Facebook routinely censors popular conservative news stories and artificially promotes progressive causes like Black Lives Matter on its "Trending News" feature, Breitbart technology editor Milo Yiannopoulos is today challe
Reporter Pete Santilli had his hearing in Nevada on Monday on trumped up charges he is facing for his reporting on the Bundy Ranch Siege in 2014. As he left the courtroom in chains, he cried out, "I'm a journalist. This is what they do in Communi
Regulators in Washington are showing increasing interest in tightening rules on political speech on the web, arguing that the dissonant voices enabled by "new media" have become too influential.