Another narrowly-crafted but overwhelming opinion from the Supreme Court.
It’s harder than a looks, especially given the limited size of the problem.
The 6th Circuit is allowing a professor fired for misgendering a transwoman to sue his state university.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
The President has been Twitter on their own platform. Now, he’s following through.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has apologized for blocking constituents on Twitter as part of a legal settlement.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its site. It is a largely meaningless decision, but it’s still a bad idea.
Beto O’Rourke wants to use government policy to punish religious institutions that don’t recognize same-sex marriages.
A wedding venue in Mississippi is citing religious beliefs in support of its decision not to allow an interracial couple to utilize their facilities.
In a unanimous decision, a three-judge panel from the Second Circuit has reinstated Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times.
A Federal Judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by a Kentucky teenager alleging he had been defamed by the coverage of his confrontation with a Native American man in January.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is being sued for blocking people on Twitter. She’s likely to lose the lawsuits.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a District Court ruling that President Trump cannot block Twitter users from accessing his account.
Virginia has finally repealed a dumb and unconstitutional restriction on how bars could advertise Happy Hours.
The attempt by Arizona’s Governor to revoke tax benefits granted to Nike in the wake of the “Betsy Ross Flag” controversy is most likely unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court has struck down a provision of the Lanham Act barring approval of “immoral” or “scandalous” trademarks as unconstitutional.
The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled against a Seattle-area florist who refused to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding.
The Supreme Court ruled that a World War One memorial that had been on public grounds for 70 years can stay where it is.
Donald Trump has endorsed a proposal by a Republican Senator to ban flag burning.
The Supreme Court is likely to finish striking down restrictions on offensive trademarks.
Free expression sometimes enables horrible crimes. How does a free society deal with that tension?
A powerful Congressman successfully pressured a media giant to pull content. We should be worried.
The Supreme Court appears to be leaning toward letting a war memorial on public property stay in place.
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument in a case involving a World War I Memorial in the form of a cross on public land in Suburban Maryland.
A student in Florida has been charged with creating a disturbance after declining to recite the Pledge Of Allegiance in class.
A death penalty case from Alabama raises First Amendment issues that the Supreme Court chose to brush aside.
Critics on both the Left and the Right rightly see an injustice here but the US Supreme Court allowed it to happen.
A particularly appalling case of press censorship from Australia.
The White House and CNN have settled the dispute over Jim Acosta’s press pass, but future conflict between this Administration and the press corps seems inevitable.
Despite a court ruling that says otherwise, the Trump White House appears prepared to once again revoke the press pass of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.
A Federal Judge in Washington ruled that the White House acted improperly when it arbitrary revoked CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass.
CNN fires back in the Administration’s ongoing war with the news media.
There’s a new church/state separation case on the Supreme Court’s docket.
Europe has abandoned centuries-old laws against blasphemy, but the assault on so-called “hate speech” threatens to effectively bring them back.
America’s tradition of unlimited free expression increases the danger of violence.
Former Arizona Sheriff and Senate candidate Joe Arpaio is suing The New York Times for defamation. He doesn’t appear to have much of a case.
A Federal Judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed against the President
The State of Texas is arguing in Court that a school district can force a student to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. This is a blatant violation of the First Amendment.