The problem is theoretical at best and cannot stop the Senate from acting.
The President’s unhinged Twitter rants have drawn a rebuke from an unlikely source.
The newspaper of record radically altered a column and then misrepresented it.
President Trump doubled down on his tirade against Jewish American Democrats from yesterday with some even more offensive comments.
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.
For the first time in a century, a chamber of Congress has voted to condemn a sitting President. That won’t stop this President.
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.
The rules of American journalism haven’t caught up with the reality of this Presidency.
Whether Don Blankenship wins or loses in West Virginia, his success is yet another example of how Donald Trump has changed the GOP for the worse.
Failed Senate candidate Roy Moore is suing several of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct during last year’s campaign.
The White House is pushing back on the allegations of misconduct that were made against Ronny Jackson this week, and trying to use them in a high-profile Senate race in Montana.
The FBI’s former deputy director was shamefully fired late Friday night, after which President Trump gloated on Twitter.
The Polish Government appears ready to approve a law that seeks to whitewash the truth about the role that many Poles played in the Holocaust.
Who needs a First Amendment when you have lawyers willing to write threatening letters?
No, we don’t have to presume that Roy Moore is “innocent until proven guilty.”
Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against The New York Times suffers a significant setback.
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.
There are two sides in this war between Trump and the media, but only one of them is the right side.
Fresh off an election victory, British Prime Minister David Cameron is set to propose a series of new measures to crackdown on extremism that raise serious civil liberties concerns.
Judging by the early results, the so-called “Right To Be Forgotten” recently created by Europe’s highest court is creating more problems than it will solve.
A hopeful First Amendment decision from the Supreme Court.
Virginia Tech English prof Steven Salaita implores us to “Stop saying ‘support the troops.'”
Debunking a conservative myth that has arisen in connection the Benghazi story.
Increasingly, the right of people to speak is being sacrificed in the name of “tolerance” and “security.”
President Obama’s remarks before the United Nations were, at least in one particular part, disappointing.
At least one law student needs a refresher course in the First Amendment.
As societal attitudes change, what counts as an insult so bad you can sue someone over it also changes.
A North Carolina teacher screamed and cursed at students for criticizing President Obama.
In order to succeed on the right today, you have to do more than just say the President is wrong. You have to say that he’s evil.
The Occupy movement is starting to face the reality that they really aren’t engaging in protected speech.
A new look at Clarence Thomas’s 20 years on the Supreme Court, from a critic, is surprisingly positive.
Ensuring the integrity of the voting process is a worthy goal, not evidence of discrimination.
The Delaware Senate race took a trip into the gutter yesterday.
The Internet has given us many good things, but it’s also led to a decline in political discourse that we’d do well to reverse before it’s too late.
There are some lessons for the blogosphere in this week’s Andrew Breitbart dust-up.