Hate Speech? She Does….
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State of Maine Sues to Muzzle Pro-Life Preacher | PJ Media State of Maine Sues to Muzzle Pro-Life Preacher Attorney general argues that the noise of abortion protester on sidewalk interferes with medical care inside. Mills said in a statement … Continue reading

Just Asking
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Judge rules Facebook is a campaign donation Administrative law judge Matthew E. Norwood called the violation “minor,” and ruled that “no government money of any significant amount was spent to make the contribution.” He also focused on the post to … Continue reading

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David French is wowing the students at SMU with a talk on the First Amendment, part of the National Review Institute’s celebration of Free Speech Day. Every day should be free speech day at every university in America. That a … Continue reading

First Amendment Victory in Wisconsin
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Man arrested for disparaging police on Facebook settles suit for $35,000 | Ars Technica Local authorities said the man’s comments were “fighting words” that were not protected by the First Amendment. A state appeals court reversed the conviction, saying the … Continue reading

Free Expression May Not Be Pretty – But Then Liberty So Often Isn’t
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Franklin Graham is pulling bank accounts from Wells Fargo for featuring same-sex couple in ad | The Charlotte Observer The Charlotte Observer Franklin Graham is calling on Christians to boycott the corporations that feature same-sex relationships in their commercials. And … Continue reading

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Trump: Yes to more infrastructure spending, no to Mohammed cartoons « Hot Air Shorter Trump:  No to the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of expression. … Continue reading

Twice As Hard
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Flag fracas at Valdosta State – Valdosta Daily Times: Local News VALDOSTA — A military veteran was detained but not charged by Valdosta State University police after she approached a group of protesters on campus who were walking on an … Continue reading

Not Really a Victory For Free Speech
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“Caveman” blogger wins right to blog advice about food and fitness without a state license « Hot Air Steve Cooksey sued the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition three years ago after it tried to censor his blog. The agency said … Continue reading

Unconstitutional Preference Upheld

US Judge Rejects Muslim Woman’s Unconstitutional Demand To Oath on the Quran A Muslim woman involved in a custody dispute with her separated husband refused to take an oath on the Bible in a Pennsylvania court, demanding instead to be … Continue reading