Activist Fadi Elsalameen says U.S. aid doesn’t help Palestinians because of corruption. They need monetary freedom.
"If treating diapers like a luxury makes you mad, so should taxing them like a luxury," said Paltrow.
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DeRay Mckesson didn’t cause or encourage violence against police in Baton Rouge in 2016. The court says he can still be held responsible.
Protesters aren’t intimidated by Putin’s threat of imprisonment for dissent.
Disagreement over pandemic policy accelerates the slide toward authoritarianism in another country.
There’s no freedom if the state can separate us from our money.
The government controls on the traditional banking system also apply to custodial cryptocurrency services.
Apparently the rule of law doesn’t matter if Justin Trudeau doesn’t like your peaceful protest.
COVID-19 policies eroded liberty and many people want it back.
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What Joe Rogan and Canadian truckers tell us about free speech.
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So much for education being a universal human right.
The jury rightly concluded that the prosecution failed to prove its case.
Did you think Kyle Rittenhouse's endorsement of Black Lives Matter was odd? Think of all the unusual stuff you've forgotten.
The trial became an upside-down microcosm for the polarized debates about the U.S. criminal justice system.
Florida Anti-Riot Law 'Violates the First Amendment,' Says Court in Scathing Rebuke of Gov. Ron DeSantis
The law's "vagueness permits those in power to weaponize its enforcement against any group who wishes to express any message that the government disapproves of," Judge Mark Eaton Walker warns.
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"They're arresting people at their homes."
Historic protests enabled by social media and cellphone footage are threatening to finally end Castro's revolutionary regime.
President Joe Biden says America "stands firmly" with the people of Cuba who oppose the country's oppressive regime. But he can do more than offer words of support.
Baltimore kept tabs on citizens' movement across 90 percent of the city, without a warrant, to investigate crimes.
Holding a sign in a public park should not cause an arrest.
China’s government emphasizes control over prosperity while a demoralized West offers little opposition.
The rent-seekers' rebellion has achieved little beyond dispelling the Marxist notion of class struggle.
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He Lost His Eye After a Cop Allegedly Fired a Tear Gas Canister at His Face. The Officer Says He Has Qualified Immunity.
If the officer succeeds, the victim will not be allowed to sue on those claims.
Among other things, it calls for online censorship to shield identities of public officials and lets the governor control city police budgets.
Documentary short Do Not Split draws the ire of Beijing.
Police Officers Brutally Beat an Undercover Cop During the St. Louis Protests. A Jury Declined To Hold Them Accountable.
Luther Hall was assaulted so severely he required a spinal fusion.
England Gave Police Temporary Power During COVID-19 To Shut Down Protests. Now British Cops Want to Keep It.
Cracking down on protesters angry about police violence doesn't exactly inspire civic trust.
The Kentucky Bill That Would Criminalize Words That Offend Cops Also Would Authorize Arrests for Distributing Water Bottles
The heavy-handed measure, a direct response to the protests provoked by the shooting of Breonna Taylor, looks like an attempt to deter constitutionally protected activity.
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The Russian opposition leader will be sent to a penal colony for failing to meet with probation officers while he was comatose due to poisoning.