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  • Fans at University of New Mexico's University Stadium
    Court rejects Obama administration attempt to charge students more in FOIA fees
    Under the Freedom of Information Act, you can obtain government records, but usually you have to pay for them. But the law limits the fees that can be charged certain types of requesters, including “educational institutions.” On Friday...
  • San Bernardino aftermath
    LA Times wins Pulitzer for San Bernardino coverage
    The Los Angeles Times today won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage of the San Bernardino terror attack last December, an event that ignited a surge of gun buying and applications for concealed carry permits and licenses across the...
  • Democracy Spring sit-in continues despite hundreds of arrests
    Democracy Spring sit-in continues despite hundreds of arrests
    A march that started in Philadelphia on April 2 made it to D.C. on Monday with a sit-in at the Capitol Building. As can be expected in this Land of the Free, when hundreds of citizens gather to exercise their First Amendment Rights that means...
  • New York Attorney General Schneiderman, who launched climate investigations
    Speech-chilling subpoena issued by Virgin Islands AG in climate investigation
    Yesterday, just a few days after the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) criticized investigations of Exxon by state Attorneys General over its speech related to climate change, CEI was hit with a subpoena demanding 10 years’ worth of...
  • Philadelphia judge rules recording of police illegal
    Philadelphia judge rules recording of police illegal
    Police abuse in this country has been getting a lot of press lately, bringing out politically and emotionally charged arguments on both sides. Police and their supporters feel unable and unsafe doing their jobs as anti-cop sentiment is at an all...
  • Hundreds mourn the death of Justice Scalia
    Polls: Americans reject the left's 'church and state' myth
    Polls show that Americans reject the left's fraudulent "church and state" narrative. Polls conducted by Pew Research, Gallup, and Rasmussen all show that the American people strongly oppose liberal attempts to re-write the First...
  • DART drops charges against ‘citizen journalist’ and formal review underway
    DART drops charges against ‘citizen journalist’ and formal review underway
    On Tuesday afternoon, DART announced that they would not file charges against self-proclaimed “citizen journalist” Avi Adelman and has directed the Dallas County Jail Bond Desk to release the bond posted as a result of his arrest for...
  • Avi Adelman possibly on shaky ground with First Amendment defense after arrest
    Avi Adelman on shaky ground with First Amendment defense after arrest
    Former Lower Greenville activist Avi S. Adelman received extensive media coverage many years ago for his guerilla photography toward less than savory patrons of bars and restaurants in that entertainment district. He popped back up on the radar on...
  • Bush campaigns in New Hampshire
    Jeb Bush vs. the First Amendment
    According to this article, Jeb Bush wants to "eliminate" the Supreme Court's ruling on the Citizens United v. the FEC lawsuit. While it's difficult to picture that belief hurting in New Hampshire, it's impossible to think...
  • Exposing Trump's chilling effect
    Exposing Trump's chilling effect
    It isn't a secret that Donald Trump hasn't hesitated in criticizing news anchors. As a private citizen, that's troubling. As a presidential candidate, that's unacceptable. Criticizing the media is what dictators do. CNN's...
  • Trump vs. Fox News: Is Trump a tyrant in waiting?
    Trump vs. Fox News: Is Trump a tyrant in waiting?
    In this article, GOP pundit Jazz Shaw argues that Donald Trump skipping the Fox News GOP presidential debate is a positive for Mr. Trump. Mr. Shaw might be right that "the number of Trump supporters who abandon ship over this decision will...
  • Mizzou professor charged in attack on reporter during protests
    Mizzou professor charged in attack on reporter during protests
    The University of Missouri professor who sought to squelch free speech and use force against the press will now be charged in connection with the strongarm tactics she employed during the campus’ protests. Melissa Click will be charged with...
  • Mizzou professor
    Mizzou professor bullies student journalist: Video leads to calls for prof's job
    A Mizzou professor from the University of Missouri, identified as professor Melissa Click, clashed with a student journalist during an anti-racism protest in November at the school. Video of the incident, showing Click shoving a student’s...
  • Oregon confiscates all the money in baker's bank accounts
    Oregon drains bank accounts of Christian Bakers
    There used to be something called ethics. It was taught in school, you learned it at home and it used to be taken into consideration in our judicial system. It is, like so many other bygone principles, a thing of the past. Today we have a legal...
  • Poll confirms that freedom of religion depends on which religion
    Poll confirms that freedom of religion depends on which religion
    A new AP-NORC poll, released Wednesday, confirms that in the eyes of Americans, the First Amendment guarantee of freedom of religion does not apply equally to all religions. In fact, most believe it applies to Christians but when it comes to Jews,...
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