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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.
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Facebook Cripples Community Organizing With Overzealous Attempts to Stop Russian Trolls: Reason Roundup
Plus: Trump changes his mind about military spending and why Rand Paul hates Trump's new attorney general pick.
This week's fake outrage confuses welfare spending with equal government protection and blames Trump.
A viral tale of Alaska Airlines staff saving a sex-trafficked teen turns out to be propaganda for federal immigration enforcement.
Courage House Claimed to Save Sex-Trafficked Girls. Instead, It Used Them As Funding Bait While Playing Evangelical Christian Missionary
Courage House received about $9,100 in government support per month per girl it took in.
A look at who the IRS has been targeting
FEC Chairman Lee Goodman says the dark money debate is nothing more than an effort to regulate speech using government power.
Baylen Linnekin speaks with Maria Canelhas from Fruta Feia, which has saved literally tons of great food from the garbage.
Argue it suppresses free speech
Co-founded by Daniel Ellsberg, leaker of the Pentagon Papers
Oh, Center for Media and Democracy, how could you?
Does that include Organizing for Action?
Will be reimbursed by the Department of Defense after the shutdown
Only got the information last week
First of its kind
In trouble with bureaucracy for paying pilots that assist with migrations
Feds can't require group support laws against prostitution in order to qualify for HIV-prevention funding
A year earlier than acknowledged
Took more than a year to get approval
Not the work of rogue employees in Cincinnati
More than 200, it appears
Hardly the work of a couple of rogue employees
Was given the question to ask in advance
"No one took charge"