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
Matt Pearce for LA Times reports Restrictions on speeches and parades outside next month's Republican National Convention were struck down by a federal judge Thursday as unconstitutional.
Suffolk County, New York police arrested Edward Perkowski on Thursday after the police allegedly found in a raid of his home items including tens of thousands of dollars in cash, several guns and knives, ammunition, a bit of marijuana and illegal mus
What this activist discovered should leave First Amendment advocates everywhere disheartened and wanting to test their local police.
If Democratic attorneys general can pursue climate change skeptics for fraud, then also at risk of prosecution are climate alarmists whose predictions of global doom have failed to materialize.
Rachel Francon is a transgender Donald Trump supporter. Her facebook page "Transgender person in support of Trump" was recently suspended. Rachel said it came without any warning. She posted a link to a video news clip showing the imam in Flor
California congressmen wrote a letter to state attorney general Kamala Harris claiming the freedom of speech "is not designed to protect fraud and deceit" of the likes being spread by oil company ExxonMobil about global warming.
This is a clear and simple definition of freedom of speech. The "right" is an individual's right against the government; there is no such "right" against other individuals. Of course, as Rothbard has very well explained, the phrase "fre
Democratic city fueling anti-Trump protests to make Hillary look good