A brief supporting the company's appeal argues that its discussion of pain treatment was constitutionally protected.
Ira Glasser, former head of the ACLU, is worried that his former group is embracing identity politics over free speech.
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Twitter Blocking a New York Post Article Was Dumb—but Not Illegal, Censorship, or Election Interference
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The subject of the new film Mighty Ira explains why social justice warriors are wrong to attack free speech.
The Texas senator notes the opposing party's blind spots on freedom of speech and the right to arms.
Two courts say COVID-19 lockdowns in Michigan and Pennsylvania were unconstitutional.
A new DOJ proposal aims to bring the internet communications law in line with Trump's personal interpretation of it.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Unveils Bill To Stiffen Penalties for Protesters and Punish Towns That Cut Police Budgets
The parts that aren't constitutionally dubious are brainless culture-war fodder.
“The Constitution sets certain lines that may not be crossed, even in an emergency.”
There’s nothing good about censoring communication platforms citizens want to use.
Attorney General Bill Barr Encourages Federal Prosecutors To Charge Violent Protesters With Sedition
The Wall Street Journal reports that Barr told prosecutors to pursue federal charges, including sedition charges, whenever possible.
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That point seems to have escaped many people who have not actually watched the controversial film, some of whom think it should banned.
Population-wide lockdown orders are "such a dramatic inversion of the concept of liberty in a free society as to be nearly presumptively unconstitutional" wrote U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV
The federal definition of child pornography does not encompass risqué dancing by clothed 11-year-olds.
U.S. officials claim their espionage laws apply to the world, but constitutional protections do not.
A week after being sued over his arbitrary COVID-19 policy, Gov. Charlie Baker says he will allow arcades to reopen.
SCOTUS Contender James Ho Combines Respect for Free Speech and Gun Rights With a Troubling Deference to Cops
The 5th Circuit judge is a mixed bag from a libertarian perspective.
A federal lawsuit argues that the distinction drawn by Massachusetts is unconstitutional.
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American shoppers aren't idiots.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Donates $10 Million to Ibram X. Kendi, Who Wants To Make Racism Unconstitutional
"This research will inform and fuel much needed and overdue policy change."
Democrats Hate Facebook. Republicans Want To Ban TikTok. The Bipartisan Backlash Against Big Tech Is Here and It's a Disaster.
Even as Americans rely on tech more than ever, our early-pandemic truce with the industry is officially over.
"I’m a vegetarian and I love dogs, like Hitler. But the only thing I have in common with Hitler are the good bits!"
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It's a game of gotcha, played by people who want to destroy their political opponents—and drive them into the outer darkness.
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Linda Greenhouse Thinks COVID-19 Rules That Favor Casinos Over Churches Raise No Constitutional Issues Worth Considering
The former New York Times SCOTUS reporter does not seem to understand the arguments she is criticizing.
An encounter between militias in Louisville shows the enduring practical and symbolic importance of the right to armed self-defense.
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Judge Orders Federal Officers in Portland To Stop Harassing and Assaulting Journalists and Legal Observers
U.S. District Judge Michael Simon reminds the feds that they are bound by the First Amendment.
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By kicking out critics on Twitch and Discord, is the military running afoul of the First Amendment?
When a university president threatens a professor with consequences for writing an article, free expression loses out.
Churches, Which Account for 0.02% of COVID-19 Cases, Are a 'Major Source' of Infection, The New York Times Says
The paper's claim reflects the same arbitrary distinction between religious and secular activities that churches are challenging in court.
SCOTUS rules 7-2 in Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru.
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The Souls of Yellow Folk author says a new "elite consensus" fixated on racial outrage is forming and may destroy our ability to function.
Partisan Hypocrisy on Display in Supreme Court Ruling on Anti-Prostitution Pledge and the First Amendment
Can the government compel speech? For Supreme Court justices, that seems to depend on the content of that speech.
With Chief in Charge, SCOTUS Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Law and Eliminates CFPB Independence (Updated)
The Chief Justice provides the pivotal vote in the June Medical Services abortion case and Seila Law v. CFPB.
New York's Pandemic-Inspired Restrictions on Church and Synagogue Services Are Unconstitutional, a Federal Judge Rules
U.S. District Judge Gary Sharpe finds that the state's COVID-19 control measures arbitrarily discriminate against religious conduct.
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Their illegal search was not recorded.