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Just how seriously should we take WH “look at” expanding libel laws?

Dad Language and real threats. The post Just how seriously should we take WH “look at” expanding libel laws? appeared first on Hot Air.

Poll: Plurality of Democrats say campuses should not allow speakers whose words are thought “hateful” or “offensive” by some

Speech. The post Poll: Plurality of Democrats say campuses should not allow speakers whose words are thought “hateful” or “offensive” by some appeared first on Hot Air.

The Religious Right Is Starting to Get Its Money’s Worth

President Donald Trump concluded Thursday’s National Day of Prayer with more than just a pageant of platitudes. Joined in the White House Rose Garden by several nuns of the Little Sisters of The

Reporter arrested for trying to question Trump official

Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price headed to West Virginia to discuss the opioid crisis, but instead he ended up in the middle of a potential First Amendment battle as police arrested a

Compelled Speech is Not Free

At first glance, Senate Bill 226 may seem harmless. It is portrayed simply as an effort to provide voters with the comfort of additional “transparency” in the election process. But we must look

GOP candidate charged with assaulting reporter wins Montana special election

Wealthy Republican businessman Greg Gianforte won Montana’s House special election Thursday night, handily defeating Democrat Rob Quist — despite being charged with assaulting a reporter the day

Trump’s election may be the second coming for teaching creationism

One day in science class in 2014, C.C. Lane, then a sixth-grader at Negreet High School in Sabine Parish, Louisiana, came across a fill-in-the-blank question he didn’t know how to answer: “ISN’T IT

GOP’s midterm strategy: Annoy the media, vote Republican

“The press is held with disgust and contempt. Battling the press isn’t a bad strategy.” The post GOP’s midterm strategy: Annoy the media, vote Republican appeared first on Hot Air.
If Trump Blocks Someone on Twitter, Is That a First Amendment Issue?

If Trump Blocks Someone on Twitter, Is That a First Amendment Issue?

It's actually a surprisingly complicated question.
If Trump Blocks Someone on Twitter, Is That a First Amendment Issue?

If Trump Blocks Someone on Twitter, Is That a First Amendment Issue?

It's actually a surprisingly complicated question.

Trump could face legal trouble for blocking users on Twitter

The group argues the @realDonaldTrump account is a designated public forum. The post Trump could face legal trouble for blocking users on Twitter appeared first on The Daily Dot.

“Pink slime” lawsuit worth $5.7 billion could change journalism

A multibillion-dollar court battle is raging in a small South Dakota town between a former heavyweight meat-producer and one of TV’s Big Three networks. The battle between Beef Products Inc. (BPI) — a

On your First Amendment rights to the President’s Twitter account

Get a grip The post On your First Amendment rights to the President’s Twitter account appeared first on Hot Air.

Montana’s new congressman is so sorry he body-slammed a reporter

House Speaker Paul Ryan may have been the only high-ranking Republican to say that Greg Gianforte, the Montana congressman-elect charged with assaulting a reporter, needed to apologize. But Gianforte
Does Trump's Twitter Blocking Violate the First Amendment?

Does Trump's Twitter Blocking Violate the First Amendment?

A free speech advocacy group claims that President Donald Trump's Twitter account is a public forum, and therefore he cannot block anyone from it.

Dear directors: just let Shakespeare be Shakespeare

Trying to be "hip" doesn't always work. The post Dear directors: just let Shakespeare be Shakespeare appeared first on Hot Air.

A few more thoughts on that SCOTUS decision for The Slants

Some things require a sledgehammer, not a scalpel The post A few more thoughts on that SCOTUS decision for The Slants appeared first on Hot Air.
Supreme Court rules citizens cannot be banned from the Internet

Supreme Court rules citizens cannot be banned from the Internet

Photo credit: New York Times There's no denying that the United States legal system has helped turn the Internet into what it is today. For example, the Zeran v. America Online, Inc. Supreme Court