Matt Welch talks Berkeley’s quaking in front of Antifa, and Jacob Siegel explains who the original demonstrators the other week actually
The Specialists co-host: "'I want to kill you' isn't a threat; I guess that's just what they want to do. I'll defend that as free speech."
No more public gathering around a handful of Confederate monuments until the government can make more rules.
While Arnold dings Donald on Charlottesville, Breitbart readies for “WAR.”
An ACLU critic argues that the group must forsake freedom of speech in order to save it.
If government censorship is the fear, then we must protect private free association.
The president isn't attacking P.C., as he once promised. He's sanctioned its use among his followers.
Destroying the idea of racial purity one tiki torcher at a time
President Trump’s outbursts are making governance impossible
Matt Welch interviews on channel 121 about Milo, Nazi-LARPing, statuary, and more
Courtesy will get you farther than tiki torches.
Also, “generally standing around in your tiki torches and your badly fitting Dockers, trash-talking minorities, that's not unlawful incitement,” says First Amendment Lawyer Ken White
"Law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an 'unlawful assembly' and clear the area."
Arguments over Charlottesville, confessions of collegiate evangelizing, and a Q&A with Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson
Helpful tips on dealing with racist monuments.
Studies show students in schools of choice have more respect for the rights of people they don’t like.
But guess what happens whenever art gets in the way of one of his developments?
As Trump learned this week, pandering to white nationalists means alienating most other Americans.
Why are Boone County Schools bureaucrats trying to whitewash the Charlottesville murder suspect's history?