Democratic socialists say they believe in civil liberties, but their ideology is and will always be hostile to individual freedom.
Civil liberties lawyers worry that sensitive documents could end up in the wrong hands.
Rand Paul betrays his civil libertarian principles when he calls for using junk science to ferret out disloyalty.
The same civil liberties that protect accused communists or street criminals may also protect the president or his lawyer. They protect us all.
David Cole defends the First Amendment's viewpoint neutrality, obliquely rebutting critics who question his group's commitment to it.
The government wouldn’t abuse us if we’d stop making it upset, according to the one-time civil liberties advocacy group.
"[A]s applied to indigent drivers, the law is not merely ineffective; it is powerfully counterproductive."
Nick Gillespie talks to former president of the ACLU Nadine Strossen about the difficulties and importance of free speech.
Declining support for unfettered debate among politicians, academics, and the public doesn’t bode well for the future of free speech.
Canvassing the legal problems and practical effects of qualified immunity from constitutional lawsuits
"Time is truly of the essence here," said a lawyer for women imprisoned at Santa Rita Jail.
Harris only cares about other women's rights when those rights don't conflict with her career ambitions.
Except on one thoroughfare, nonresidents will need to demonstrate a reason for being on the town's roads.
"No pony has ever attacked an American politician," the lawsuit notes.
FISA reauthorization would majorly expand use of warrantless digital surveillance data against Americans.
Feds announce they may share voluntarily provided information to speed up DACA deportations, making illegal-immigrant cooperation with authorities less likely
The rhetorical use of the term "terrorism" leads to erosions of civil liberties and poor policy making.
The Kentucky senator laments that "there’s very little of this attorney general, this Department of Justice, doing anything favorable towards criminal justice or towards civil liberties"
In an interview, the Kentucky senator laments that "there’s very little of this attorney general, this Department of Justice, doing anything favorable towards criminal justice or towards civil liberties."
"I have such a deeper appreciation for the punishment that black people received from their government for so long and the crass politics that perpetuated it."