FEINSTEIN: "You're NOT A Real Journalist Unless You Draw A Salary"
I will be at Manchester, District Ct., 8th of August 2013 defending free speech. I have retained legal council and will fight this charge to the fullest extent possible. I would like to file motions in Superior Court.
The DHS is actually saying it is illegal to play music or operate a business where music is played for any reason without paying The Department of Homeland Security, and giving them much personal and private information. If The DHS can regulate the p
Most consumers of the U.S. media unfortunately don’t know better, since they have not been to these countries and have not been able to see that the majority of media are overwhelmingly anti-government, and that it gets away with more than the U.S...
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If you study the American criminal class long enough, it becomes quite easy to anticipate its next move in almost any serious situation. This is precisely what I did last week in my piece: It’s Acts of Journalism that Matter Not People Called “Journa
An update to the chilling San Diego city attorney prosecution of Jeff Olson, an SD Judge placed an unprecedented gag order on a misdemeanor trial -- in particular muzzling Olson. But it also apparently included witnesses, the jury and others.
The U.S. Army has restricted Army personnel’s access to the news coverage of the National Security Agency’s spying programs by blocking the Guardian’s website. The Monterey County Herald reported Thursday that U.S. Army employees at the Presidio of
Cooksey ran a Dear Abby-style advice column on his blog in which he gave one-on-one advice about how to follow the low carbohydrate “paleo” diet. The Board deemed Cooksey’s advice the unlicensed practice of nutritional counseling
Google is demanding that a secret intelligence court allow it to share some details about surveillance requests for user data.
Rep. who supported terrorists calls for jailing reporters in America
Blanket surveillance is about covering up government corruption and chilling free speech, not catching terrorists
Self-publishing and ebooks are all the rage in the freedom community. Now there's a publisher that's for, by and about us. It's an incredible feeling to see your ideas become reality and to see your first published work. Now that feeling can be yo
Declaring a federal ban on expressive activity on the U.S. Supreme Court plaza to be “repugnant” to the Constitution, a District of Columbia federal court has struck down a 60-year-old statute which broadly prohibits speech and expression in front of
There was an extraordinary scene in Texas that pitted student rights against school authority at the graduation for Joshua High School.
Mark Passio and his wife Barb are detained by park police for handing out fliers.
The outlet described the crowd as 'upbeat' and 'respectful' before authorities intervened.Some fans reportedly thought police presence was part of the show as cop cars pulled up with sirens flashing.
A letter explicitly states it is intended as "a blueprint for colleges and universities throughout the country," the Departments of Justice AND Education have mandated a breathtakingly broad definition of sexual harassment
A Boston-area high school student who allegedly threatened to carry out a bombing worse than the Boston Marathon attacks could face 20 years in jail if found guilty, according to multiple reports.
Family Research Council (FRC) officials released video of federal investigators questioning convicted domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins II, who explained that he attacked the group’s headquarters because the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) iden
From where does such bigotry emanate? Here’s a hint. When Mehmet Sahin reprimanded the youngsters and committed to spend however much time it would take to debunk their ignorance and hate, here is how his neighbours reacted: They collected signatures
Copyright troll endangers right to freedom of speech.
RIP Freedom of Speech, Australia, 2013. A little known policy slips quietly under the radar as our friends at Twitter announce they will censor tweets, if a country’s government requests them to do so. A year later, Australia becomes the first
Far more serious for the health of America's Armed Forces are two issues ripping at their very soul: sexual assault and the lack of religious freedom. Besides breaking the law, the first destroys irreparably the bond so important to military servicem
This is an excerpt from Journalist Amber Lyon`s speech at Harvard Law School on Feb. 27, 2013. Investigative journalists who cover those the U.S. Government deems ¨terrorists¨ fear they could be indefinitely detained under the NDAA...
Canada’s top court on Wednesday upheld a ban on hate speech contested by a Christian anti-gay activist, but struck down a section of the law also prohibiting belittling or ridiculing others. The Supreme Court said in its decision that the hate spe
Bradlee Dean was scheduled to speak to the “American Club” at Spanish River High in Boca Raton, Fla. On the day of the event, the principle ordered Dean out of the school. “One official stated that the Constitution doesn’t apply to school property, a
John Bush Returns to Austin City Council After Being Banned to Point Out the Gun in the Room