Free Speech/First Amendment
But the same lawsuit at San Francisco State University seeks to censor opponents as well
Can states force religious bakers to provide services to same-sex couples?
Film favors martyrdom over careful analysis.
Germany violently enforces the law by busting into dozens of households to prevent a "climate of fear".
Podcast also argues over the Philando Castile verdict and Otto Warmbier’s critics
Also, she thinks the Kent State shootings are an argument
Chinese UC San Diego students felt the Tibetan spiritual leader "contravened the spirit of respect, tolerance, equality, and earnestness"
Administrators cancelled their event after a drawing of Pepe the Frog was found on their "free speech ball."
Sociologist Frank Furedi on how to bring liberalism back to campus.
Roe v. Wade, the bestselling author argues in Commentary, the high court has removed too many topics from legislative debate.
A discussion about last week's congressional shooting, Michelle Carter, Cuba sanctions, and DnD Creator Gary Gygax.
The justices say the law's "unprecedented" and "staggering" scope violates the First Amendment.
Combating repressive, anti-free-speech cliches just got a little easier.
Michael Moynihan finds students scared to express “nuanced” ideas, a progressive professor demonized as a racist, protesters mocking “free speech,” and a college president who cannot rule out that he might be a white supremacist.
The law should not treat words as violence.
Plus: Notes from a man who recently interviewed Alex Jones yet generated very little controversy
Five terrible, perpetually recurring arguments, debunked.
Even progressive professors can't escape the wrath of student activists.
Defense attorney and
Popehat blogger Ken White refutes all censorious clichés.
Blocked Trump critics argue that his personal account is a "designated public forum" from which they cannot legally be excluded because of their views.