"Is there any way to stop this from happening tomorrow?" Ron DeSantis' former chief of staff asked about a Christmas-themed drag show on tour in Florida.
"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
President Biden commemorated the 25th anniversary of his tragic death by celebrating legislation passed in Shepard's name. But it was based on a major falsehood.
The judge ruled that the law was unconstitutionally overbroad, vague, and viewpoint discrimination.
The Colorado governor finds common ground with many libertarians. But does he really stand for more freedom?
"The opportunity to think for ourselves and to express those thoughts freely is among our most cherished liberties," Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the majority opinion.
A Texas judge ordered that the airline submit to training on the rights of religious believers after losing a religious discrimination lawsuit.
Florida 'Effectively Banned AP Psychology' With Rules Against Teaching About Gender, Sexual Orientation
Plus: The gender gap in high school political identification is overstated, Why We Can't Have Nice Things explains the baby formula shortage, and more...
DeSantis talks a lot about freedom but increasingly only applies it to those who agree with him.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
Plus: Iowa court halts 6-week abortion ban, income inequality is shrinking, and more…
Coleman Hughes and Walter Olson: The Supreme Court Got Its Affirmative Action and Gay Website Cases Right
Contra Joe Biden, they argue that these recent rulings show respect for individual rights and concern for racial and sexual minorities.
Join Reason on YouTube and Facebook Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern for a live discussion of the Court's recent rulings on affirmative action and same-sex wedding services.
The decision reverses a terrible previous decision by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Plus: New rules limit asylum applications, the bad math behind economic doomerism, and more...
Plus: A listener question considers the pros and cons of the libertarian focus on political processes rather than political results.
Plus: Librarians take on Arkansas book restrictions, another migrant stunt may have originated in Florida, and more...
The new law dictates a life sentence for anyone caught having gay sex and the death penalty for anyone convicted of "aggravated homosexuality."
Texas Bill Would Ban School Instruction, Guidance, or Activities Related to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity
Plus: Naked Feminism, marijuana legalization in Minnesota, and more...
'Cash Is Independence': Ron DeSantis Slams the Government's Plan for Centrally-Controlled Digital Money
"If you don't trust central authority, then you should see this immediately as something that is very problematic," says the Florida governor.
Plus: Court sides with journalists sued by LAPD, don't ban private employers from requiring college degrees, and more...
What happened to the claim that this was just about protecting young children?
Schools are allowed to preserve sex-based restrictions for athletes provided they are "substantially related to the achievement of an important educational objective."
The college swimmer was reportedly forced to barricade herself in a room for three hours.
New bill makes a mockery of parents’ rights, school choice, and educational freedom.
This College President Knows the First Amendment Protects the Drag Show He Canceled. He Just Doesn't Care.
"I will not appear to condone the diminishment of any group at the expense of impertinent gestures toward another group for any reason, even when the law of the land appears to require it," he wrote.
This was never about shielding just the youngest kids from sexual topics.
While inflammatory comments about "gender ideology" abounded at CPAC, the issue is hardly a top priority for Americans in general.
It’s already illegal to expose minors to obscenity, so what is this bill really for?
In an open letter, they condemned the paper's coverage of trans issues. But their note is more about what questions journalists are not allowed to ask.
Why isn’t affirmative action in college admissions prohibited under the Civil Rights Act?
Apparently, parents’ rights don’t extend to letting their kids listen to naughty Christmas lyrics.
While same-sex marriage was already protected under federal law, that protection was afforded by the Supreme Court, not Congress.
Florida threatens a venue for letting minors attend a sexualized holiday cabaret performance with their parents.
Men in monogamous relationships may get clearance to give.