British government to further restrict free speech
We recently discussed the controversy surrounding a confrontation between Thrin Short, 16, and her sister Joan, 21, and Feminist Studies Associate Professor Mireille Miller-Young. Miller-Young was then charged with criminal conduct
Ex-Muslim Imran Firasat has been sent back to Spain, where he faces deportation to Pakistan. In Pakistan, he would certainly be killed.
Accused of violating 1st Amendment rights of victims
The website Extortion Letter Info was slapped with an extraordinary "gag order" forcing it to remove 2,000 posts related to Linda Ellis, a writer who has a long record of sending copyright demand letters over "The Dash," a poem Ellis claims she compo
A controversy developed in Moses Lake, Washington over a Fourth Congressional Candidate's and his supporters' placement of campaign signs on city owned property and rights of way in the city.
The bill would make it illegal for groups like the NRA and firearms manufacturers to showcase their brand on child-sized hats and clothing, among a host of other new regulations.
Citing First Amendment, Rutherford Institute Defends "Busker" Street Musician Threatened with Arrest for Performing in Public at Washington Metro Stations..."We would do well not to underestimate the power of music, literature, film and art to speak
Beginning Monday, July 7th at 6am Eastern, WGRR-DB, which currently broadcasts from DailyPaulRadio.com, will merge with Truth Be Told Media, Inc., and launch the first talk radio station to provide access to a continuous round-the-clock stream of liv
DoD claims reporter engaged in "unauthorized photography and broadcast" outside immigration shelter
Happy Independence Day! While you grill meats, listen to rock 'n' roll, and celebrate our nation's independence from the bloody Brits, take some time to reflect upon the rights you likely take for granted.
1984 arrives 30 years late: Teacher fired for questioning Sandy Hook
On a 9-0 vote, the court said the law violated freedom of speech rights under the US Constitution's First Amendment by preventing anti-abortion activists from standing on the sidewalk and speaking to people entering the clinics.
Neocons are toasting primary season as a smashing success over insurgents Those victories, however, have come at a staggering cost — and Republicans are painfully aware of the price of putting down an intraparty insurrection.
As Wikileaks' Julian Assange marks a second year living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London decrying the alleged suppression of free press in the Anglo West, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa plots even more potent initiatives to silence opposition
Website censored for over 700,000 active duty servicemembers worldwide
Billion dollar software company places Infowars.com in same category as KKK
The Supreme Court will soon decide if threatening speech posted on the internet is protected by the First Amendment.
Keith Cyrnek (local activist) stops by the studio and sits in with Ernest for a few segments - Carla Gericke (President of the Free State Project) comes on the show to talk about the lawsuit she won on charges of illegal wiretapping
The Illinois man who made headlines when he was detained for parodying the town's mayor on Twitter sued the Peoria politician and local police, claiming on Thursday that his civil rights were violated.
Carlos Miller (Photography is Not a Crime) talks about his new book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook - Meghan Kellison (BitcoinNotBombs.Com) on the Bitcoin in the Beltway conference - Tim Frey (Roberts & Roberts) on Bitcoin, Precious Me
Police chief goes over edge in free-speech fight
The Center for Competitive Politics has filed a complaint with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics claiming New York Senator Chuck Schumer and other Senate Democrats used the IRS to deny the free speech of political opponents.
A news crew from Al Jazeera spent a few days in Miami last month working on a feature on Photography is Not a Crime.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told attendees at a Family Research Council pastors retreat that Senate Democrats want to limit free speech through amending the Constitution.
About 2:50 p.m. on Nov. 17, 2012, Elli flashed his headlights after passing police. He was stopped and ticketed.
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“What got me to start arguing a little bit, they were asking all of us to leave because he got a ticket,” Andersen said. “That’s not fair. We’re just standing around.” Brighton police Chief Tom Wightman said it’s OK for
In recent years governments and politicians threatened by truth have stepped up their efforts to crush the free flow of information.
Stephen Lendman (Progressive businessman, writer) gives insight on the situation in the Ukraine - Matt Papke (Candidate for City Council Tempe, AZ - FreeTempe.Com) provides an update - Alan Korwin (GunLaws.Com) on the victory for free speech in the A