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Devin Nunes' Defamation Trial Against Twitter Begins
For someone who prides himself on being a Second Amendment absolutist, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is more than a little squishy on the First Amendment. Nunes took great umbrage to some parody Twitter
AOC gets schooled by the same free-speech advocates that sued Donald Trump
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has some things in common with Donald Trump.
Beto O’Rourke, Joel Pollak, and tribalism
A cascade of errors. The post Beto O’Rourke, Joel Pollak, and tribalism appeared first on Hot Air.
AOC: I have every right to block your harassing tweets
Nope. The post AOC: I have every right to block your harassing tweets appeared first on Hot Air.
AOC Just Pissed Off a Bunch of First Amendment Scholars
The New York Democrat is having none of it.
U.S. military looking to fight #fakenews
Government determining news? That'll go so well... The post U.S. military looking to fight #fakenews appeared first on Hot Air.
Trump Allies Attempting To Raise $2 Million To Dig Up Dirt On Journalists
Allies of President Donald Trump reportedly want to raise millions for their crusade against journalists. According to a Tuesday Axios...
Actor Isaiah Washington Worries About Turmoil over '1st and 2nd Amendment Rights Being Eroded'
Veteran Hollywood actor Isaiah Washington says ‘God hasn’t created a natural disaster more devastating" than the Americans who will grow tired of their First and Second Amendment rights "being
Poll: Nearly 75 percent of Republican college students hide their views to save their grades
Nearly 75 percent of Republican college students said they withhold their political views in class over fear that professors will lower their grades, the College Fix reported.College Pulse — an online
UCLA Professor Douglas Kellner: First and Second Amendments Should Change as Society 'Evolves'
UCLA Professor Douglas Kellner argued in a recent interview for the university's website that the First and Second Amendments are not "absolute," and should be changing as society continues "growing
Clyburn: I’m not too sure we’d hold on to the Bill of Rights if it were up for debate today.
Change. The post Clyburn: I’m not too sure we’d hold on to the Bill of Rights if it were up for debate today. appeared first on Hot Air.
New York City to Repeal Ban on Counseling for Same-Sex, Gender Dysphoria
The New York City Council is repealing a ban on counseling to help those who suffer from unwanted same-sex attraction and gender confusion.
Students won’t be disciplined for blackface photo, university says
The university cited the First Amendment in its decision. The post Students won’t be disciplined for blackface photo, university says appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Liberal former NYC Mayor Bloomberg blasts anti-free speech culture on college campuses
One might assume former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg — a staunch liberal who advocates for progressive ideals such as gun control and green energy — would sit squarely in the camp of leftists
Democrat Tulsi Gabbard blasts left-wing cancel culture that shuts down free speech
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is showing that not all of her views are in lock-step with the leftist agendas of many in her party.The U.S. representative from Hawaii recently broke
College tries to shut down Dave Rubin event after Antifa threats, but he refuses to back down
YouTube personality Dave Rubin said that Mohawk College is attempting to shut down his speaking event over Antifa threats and demands from a liberal "anti-hate" group, but he is refusing to back
Federal judge sides with Christian orgs in LGBT adoption case
A Catholic adoption agency will not have to abandon its beliefs on marriage and the family in order to continue working with the state of Michigan for the time being, a federal judge ruled
Using term 'illegal alien' may cost offenders up to $250,000 in New York City — and free-speech advocates don't like it one bit
The New York City Commission on Human Rights said using the term "illegal alien" with the intent to "demean, humiliate, or harass a person" can cost offenders up to $250,000, according to new legal
Should politicians get to say whatever they want on social media?
Facebook and Twitter are the arbiters of political speech, and who knows where that might lead.
Teacher Fired for Refusing to Use Transgender Student’s Preferred Pronoun Sues School District
A Virginia teacher who was fired for refusal to use a transgender student’s preferred pronouns filed a lawsuit against the school district.