Beyond who her spouse is, the texts to Meadows reveal a deeply concerning situation.
A Supreme Court Justice’s wife urged the White House and Congressional Republicans to steal the 2020 election.
People, details do in fact matter!
But from what? Comparing two stories from Tennessee that show our society’s contradictory impulses when it comes to “protecting the children.”
The right questions are: 1) why do some some on the right like him, and 2) should this concern us all?
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
The President gave a delusional rant to a half-empty stadium thanks to some crazy kids.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its site. It is a largely meaningless decision, but it’s still a bad idea.
South Park mocked Chinese censorship so, of course, they were censored in China.
Tulsi Gabbard has filed a seemingly frivolous lawsuit against Google due to a temporary suspension of her advertising account.
Joe Biden delivered his first major foreign policy address of the campaign. It’s not perfect, but it’s better than what we have right now.
An author’s greatest nightmare unfolded on live radio.
A student in Florida has been charged with creating a disturbance after declining to recite the Pledge Of Allegiance in class.
A particularly appalling case of press censorship from Australia.
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.
Jamal Khashoggi’s final column includes a message that should resonate far beyond the Arab world it was addressed to.
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.
Facebook, Google, and several other companies have closed down accounts associated with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
Conservatives claim to support freedom of speech and freedom of expression, but they’ve utterly failed that test when it comes to their reaction to players who peacefully and respectfully kneel during the National Anthem.
Alex Jones is finally being called on to answer for his irresponsible lying about events like the Sandy Hook shooting.
The Internet is a global platform. Should every country’s laws apply to everyone using it?
Cuba has a new President and he isn’t named Castro, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to see significant change in the near future.
Randa Jarrar was classless and contemptible, which is protected by the First Amendment. As a tenured state employee so is her job.
The parents of two of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre are suing Alex Jones for falsely accusing them of lying about the deaths of their children.
Mark Zuckerberg’s second day before Congress was somewhat more contentious than the first, but at the end of the day it’s still unclear that more regulation is the answer to the issues raised by recent Facebook “scandals.”
Is Google acting as a good citizen here? Or abusing its market dominance?
A mass wave of mainland Chinese immigration to Australia has led to discrimination against Taiwanese expats there.
Two classic pieces of American Literature have been banned from the curriculum in Duluth, Minnesota. This is a mistake.
Two Republicans spoke out today against the President’s war on the news media, but don’t expect their colleagues to follow suit.
The school district in Biloxi, Mississippi has removed ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ from the 8th-grade reading list because it “makes people uncomfortable.”
Hugh Hefner, who became both a cultural icon and a catalyst and reflector of vast social changes, has died at the age of 91.
Arguments advanced by those advocating a bill that would prevent Americans from participating in a boycott of Israel would not violate the First Amendment appear to be without merit.
Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against The New York Times suffers a significant setback.
Yes, even Nazis must have their rights to peaceful speech and assembly protected.
Sarah Palin has filed a defamation suit against The New York Times alleging defamation in an Editorial linking her to the January 2011 shooting of former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. From the facts alleged, she appears to have a good case.
Even the most offensive speech is protected by the First Amendment.
A new report concludes that Malaysia Air Flight 17 was brought down by a missile brought into Ukraine from Russia.
The Supreme Court ruled that states don’t have to grant license plates that display the Confederate flag. Their decision has the potential to seriously harm the First Amendment.