Free Speech/First Amendment
Tiffany Huang and her fiancé just wanted to exercise their “right to free speech." But security guards apparently had other ideas.
“If I have to specifically write word for word exactly what you are and are not permitted to print…then I’ll do that,” the judge said.
Masterpiece Cakeshop is back with a new lawsuit over another rejection.
Should libertarians cheer, boo, or do a shrug-emoji when a private social media platform bans the likes of Alex Jones?
"The IRS recognized it as a 501(c)(3) organization and went the extra step of recognizing PCMW as a church, the most enviable of all tax statuses. exempt not only from income tax but also from the transparency that filing Form 990 creates. A church does not have to apply for exempt status, but it is a prudent step particularly for an innovative organization like PCMW."
It's implausible to imagine a future in which liberal activists don't demand that right-of-center groups be de-platformed.
The National Park Service says there’s an “enormous cost” to managing large political protests.
The idea that "free speech is a conservative value and censorship is a liberal value" is "historically completely illiterate."
People appalled by Cody Wilson’s firearm fabrication software tend to forget about the First Amendment.
No one will miss
Infowars, but that's beside the point.
Officials trying to stop people from sharing information online are still raging against Napster.
The podcast crew takes on the
The New York Times' controversial new hire, Trump's trade war escalations, Medicare-for-all, and 3D-printed guns.
Prospective tour guides won't have to cough up nearly $100 and study for weeks to talk about their city anymore.
What a deleted tweet says about the direction of a civil liberties organization.
When Americans do it, it's called participating in democracy. When Russians do it, it's called undermining democracy.
Did the settlement with the distributor of home gun-making hardware and software remove computer files from the United States Munitions List or just temporarily stop treating them as affected munitions?
Call out hypocrisy, but don't join the lynch mob.
David Cole defends the First Amendment's viewpoint neutrality, obliquely rebutting critics who question his group's commitment to it.
They are years away (if ever) from becoming the choice of bad guys, who can already make untraceable weapons, so why all the fear-mongering?
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders touts President Trump's support for printed gun bans.