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.”
Free speech includes views you disagree with.
If he’s snorting, send me his brand of blow.
“Our defense of speech may have a greater or lesser harmful impact on the equality and justice work to which we are also committed…”
“The College Republicans cannot be required to pay a fee that would not be imposed on other organizations…”
Do people forget James Rosen?
“…not giving them any attention will do more to stop school shootings than any gun control measure ever will.”
“…blocking of the individual plaintiffs as a result of the political views they have expressed is impermissible under the First Amendment.”
Silencing the masses?
“Therefore, the university does not have justification to support taking any disciplinary action.”
And if so… why?
“Is that American?”
“How about a shirt with the text of the Second Amendment?”
Let them talk.
A freedom-based proposal for any era.
The dark path of “security” replacing freedom.
“I am appalled, I am angry, I am frustrated over what’s going on down here and in our city in general.”
Reading is fundamentally crooked in this case