This week's show covers the Iran nuclear deal, threats to the First Amendment, the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and Trump's latest moves on health care.
No, the president actually doesn't have the right to say whatever he wants.
Many conservatives want to proscribe the rights of Muslims, journalists, and those who "disrespect" the United States.
Today in the news: up is down, left is right, cats are dogs
Nancy Pelosi doesn't understand free speech.
A litany of bay-area politicians have come out swinging against the First Amendment.
"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."
Extremists on both the left and the right are valorizing and defending tribes, not individual liberty.
Two lawsuits and action in Congress indicate wasteful, unconstitutional mandates may be on their way out.
Being forced to fund the campaigns of candidates you disagree with is just wrong.
Do augmented reality games get First Amendment protections like books, movies, and traditional video games?
Defense attorney and
Popehat blogger Ken White refutes all censorious clichés.
Government censorship always wears the mask of ‘public interest,’ and this will be no different.
Ann Coulter's remarks might be hateful, but they shouldn't prevent her from speaking at UC-Berkeley.
A war on WikiLeaks will ultimately threaten a free press.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals dealt an important ruling for food freedom this week.
Is it about privacy or about government censorship? Maybe that’s a false choice.
'Speech police in a quite literal sense'