Sen. Jeff Sessions continued to warn Wednesday against giving President Barack Obama fast track authority, especially for a potential deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
This week, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that a group who goes around filling parking meters and heckling parking officers, are protected by the right to free speech.
The blogosphere is sounding off about a pending new Obama policy that would impact not only the 2nd Amendment, but the 1st Amendment as well.
As incredible as it seems, individuals would be in violation by "merely posting information on the Internet about common firearms" which "could be interpreted as illegally sharing sensitive information with foreign nationals"
In the United States, free speechers and anti-free speechers have long been at odds.
Infowars cameraman Josh Owens describes the heavy-handed police state tactics of the Austrian police when dealing with the alternative media.
Spike TV is supposed to be a manly man's network but in the face of the left's fascist political correctness crusade to ensure Bruce "Call Me Caitlyn" Jenner doesn't face anything that isn't gushing and celebratory , the so-called Man Cha
Over the weekend, by way of the NRA some troubling news spread across the Internet: "Commonly used and unregulated Internet discussions and videos about guns and ammo could be closed down under rules proposed by the State Department, amounting to a
THE GOOD NEWS: Americans have a right to freely express themselves on the Internet, including making threatening--even violent--statements on Facebook, provided that they don't intend to actually inflict harm.
Somehow, and I had no idea how, I found myself face to face with a man I first mistook as a mobile home salesman. But he wasn't trying to sell me a double-wide; he was trying to sell me a gaudy package labeled Freedom™.
Joey Schell, an 18-year-old who aspires to be a marine one day, says he was written up and told to leave the store after he wore a shirt emblazoned with the words "United States Marines" on Monday.
The new law is of breathtaking scope. It makes it a crime to "collect resource data" from any "open land," meaning any land outside of a city or town, whether it's federal, state, or privately owned.
"Empire of LIES: The Ron Paul Documentary" is a film project produced by Charles Goyette (NY Times Best-Selling Author, TV & Radio Host) and being funded by crowdsourcing via Kickstarter.
We learned recently from Paris that the Western world is deeply and passionately committed to free expression and ready to march and fight against attempts to suppress it.
The mother of a West Virginia middle schooler who was suspended for wearing a National Rifle Association t-shirt to school is suing the Logan County Board of Education for allegedly violating her son's constitutional rights.
In October 1917, Senator Robert La Follette delivered a blistering address in defense of free speech and dissent. "Since the declaration of war, the war press pursued those Senators and Representatives who voted against war
This week marks the two-year anniversary since Cody Wilson, the inventor of the world's first 3-D printable gun, received a letter from the State Department demanding that he remove the blueprints for his plastic-printed firearm from the internet.
A town in southwestern Quebec criminalized online insults of police and municipal officials after the town-council voted unanimously in favor of the measure yesterday.
It's worked like a charm
Valentina Lisitsa accused of "public incitement of hatred" for challenging mainstream narrative
It's seems that Instagram has been purging its site of users who post memes or other photos that are anti government, anti establishment, or liberty themed, and without warning or explanation.
"The mark of a free society is its ability to tolerate intolerance. Even if discrimination is offensive the right to do so must be protected"
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) Controversial anti-Muslim ads will begin running on the sides of some SEPTA buses Wednesday
Party will promise charter on press freedom and will vow to end government involvement in appointing heads of broadcasting regulators
A blogger known for his atheist views has been stabbed to death in Bangladesh, in the latest of a series of attacks on independent writers in the developing south Asian nation
MintPress News and AntiWar.com have both been targeted by Google AdSense with threats to kill ad revenue for publishing the infamous photos of Abu Ghraib detainee torture by American troops.
In one email, Gen. Alexander referred to Google as "a key member of the Defense Industrial Base": security state newspeak for the Military Industrial Complex.
The morality police at AdSense argued that this news story -- which was about a legal dispute concerning the video -- somehow violated AdSense's terms against putting the ads on content including "strategically covered nudity" and "lewd or provocativ
In this video Luke Rudkowski goes over the latest attack on free speech that is threatening the existence of WeAreChange. We break down what actions have been taken against WeAreChange behind the scenes and how you the audience can fight back to keep