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ACCORDING TO A LANDMARK COURT RULING HANDED DOWN THIS WEEK, CITING NATIONAL SECURITY
On August 26, 2016, San Francisco 49ers black quarterback Colin Kaepernick pointedly knelt, instead of standing, during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality.
Jim Hoft for the Gateway Pundit reports The entire Garfield High School football team including coaches refused to stand for the National Anthem on Friday night.This anti-police movement is spreading.
While Colin Kaepernick says he's seen positives emerge from a racial-equality movement sparked by his national-anthem protests, he's also received death threats as a result.
Boy oh boy, look at all the emotional bug splatter on the windshield of America over the national anthem! Some people are not standing for the Star Spangled Banner! How dare they protest in a nation where that right is allegedly guaranteed and is sup
Earlier this month, YouTube, the behemoth video-sharing website was accused of censoring users. Claiming some of their videos had been barred from making money through the company's ad services, YouTube hosts like Philip DeFranco spoke out against
Propaganda fueled by controversy can be a most effective weapon to control national dialogue on any issue, from elections to legislation, military operations to gun control -- but sometimes, as in the ire over Colin Kaepernick's call to end police
At the heart of the controversy, regarding standing during the National Anthem, is Colin Kaepernick's refusal to do so in his rights? What do the courts say about this matter and more importantly, what does the Constitution say about this manner? Det
The humanoid collective is in an unforgiving snit over the refusal of NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, to stand for the playing of the national anthem.
President Obama on Monday defended San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision not to stand during the playing of the national anthem.
"Controversial Subjects Like War, Tragedy"
Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, is quickly becoming the talk of the nation. A firestorm has blown up across the internet as police unions call for his firing, fans burn his jersey, and political pundits on the left and
SAN DIEGO -- After hearing loud and sustained boos directed at him during the San Francisco 49ers' preseason game against the San Diego Chargers on Thursday night, Colin Kaepernick called the crowd's negative reaction a "misunderstanding."
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has said he plans to sit out the national anthem tonight, just as he did at a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers last week and other games this summer before reporters took notice.
The struggle between free speech and speech codes that are intended to prevent harassment and discrimination appears set to leap from college campuses to law offices around the United States.
TIME magazine has written yet another horrible article, this one basically calling for the Internet to be controlled and censored because of too many "trolls."
She hasn't [yet] been elected President, but Hillary already is stomping down on our First Amendment right to free speech.
Canadian comedian Mike Ward was fined a whopping $42,000 by Quebec's Human Rights Tribunal for jokes he made about a disabled boy.
It's just the beginning of the week, and already a major presidential candidate and his staunchest ally in Silicon Valley have shown they have a fundamental misunderstanding of how the First Amendment works.
We all know by now that the tech giants of Silicon Valley are in bed with the government and they're not afraid to censor posts they disagree with from their social media platforms. So what if there was a decentralised, open source, blockchain-base
'What, What (in the Butt)' set legal precedent protecting free speech rights.
In this video Luke Rudkowski talks about what he sees as a social media revolution and a new platform that could be a game changer. We go over how our independent news organization has been screwed over by all social media and how ads are making time
And though he hadn't yet revealed it at the time of the conference in March, Signal's encryption protocol had been integrated into WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, with over a billion users.
The bones of our democracy -- the core elements that separate that way of life from others -- lie in the First Amendment to the Constitution, specifically the rights to free speech and a free press.
This summer, we have all witnessed the heavy hand of government intervening in the freedom of speech, as the behavior of the Secret Service at both the Republican convention in Cleveland and the Democratic convention in Philadelphia was troubling and
Unfortunately, the fear of being arrested by police for filming police brutality has resulted in some activists holding back on capturing unjust behavior with their phones. If new legislation is passed in Colorado, however, that will no longer be a c
(NaturalNews) Pamela Geller is an explosive figure who is not daunted by the "politically correct." In particular, when it comes to discussing the reality of violent Islamic extremism " her bailiwick " she is not only vocal, but relentless.
ExxonMobil's use of the First Amendment to fight against government regulation is just the latest example of what some law enforcement officials and legal experts are calling an escalating trend of US corporations 'abusing' free speech rights t
Common sense defies decades of media & entertainment industry re-education