“Our defense of speech may have a greater or lesser harmful impact on the equality and justice work to which we are also committed…”
“I have been living in fear at this camp and the person I call my best friend is 911.”
It *is* unconstitutional, after all.
Are you sure you know how this works?
“I believe the Mayor was purposefully lying and if he wasn’t lying, he was grotesquely incompetent.”
Piece of cake.
A slight change in their tune
You’ve got to be kidding me.
NYT columnist: ACLU needs social-justice definition of free speech.
“law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place…”
Good question. (Or would that be “God question?”)
ACLU vows: We’ll block the new one too.
Get to the back of the line
“she fabricated a report that she was assaulted and robbed”
Gee, I wonder where else this might apply?
The American Civil Liberties Union no longer believes in civil liberties for all. It now believes in civil liberties for …
Just the politically correct ones from now on, please.
This stuff from [redacted] is absolutely [redacted] [redacted], dude.
The real newspaper is not amused.
Because it will hurt morale?
“Two significant concerns.”
The story of a sore loser.