Another endorsement of the heckler’s veto.
Who decides what is offensive?
“…a free-speech advocate but not a free-speech absolutist.”
Government determining news? That’ll go so well…
A cascade of errors.
“Minnesota is targeting speech itself.”
Not so free speech
“Hate speech isn’t free speech”
“Julian Assange is no journalist”
“…sensible rules about where, when, and what kinds of platforms should be free to operate”
The stupid “fire in a crowded theater” argument.
“I hope that Pete will offer more to the American people than attacks on my Christian faith.”
“I think what you said was just straight propaganda!”
At the tail end of an interview with former FBI Director James Comey, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour asked if he and …
Politicizing chicken sandwiches.
Freedom of speech, freedom of press should not be ignored.
A sure-fire Foolitzer winner.
We’ve already been covering the strange way in which it may or may not have been revealed that there’s a …
“The first amendment is alive and well now.”
“Can’t believe Fox is on the other side…”
Everyone’s a winner.
sneak and peek
Monarchial executive overreach.
A second bite at a poisonous apple.
It’s all about inclusion. Or something.
Hi, First Amendment!
“We were disappointed in the ruling and view it as a massive prior restraint of free speech.”
“There’s not 51 votes to dismiss it before the managers get to call the case.”
“significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning…”
“It is certainly not how the executive, current or in the future, should handle such a call.”