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Tag: First Amendment
He doesn’t believe that human beings are capable of behaving morally outside the strictures of organized religion.
What two young people can teach us about exercising free speech in the digital age.
Trump attacks the press at every opportunity and wants to protect the rights of violent extremists.
A Washington, D.C. policy bans ads with religious messages from public transit. Is that constitutional? Supreme Court precedent says yes and no.
The Supreme Court just ruled that the government cannot deny trademarks it dislikes. We talked to the band that started it all.
Are credit card surcharges violations of free speech? It’s up to the Supreme Court to decide.
Students demanded the school remove the American flag from the center of campus after Election Day.
You’ve run into The Argument if you’ve been on social media for any length of time. It usually comes from an erstwhile supporter of Bernie Sanders who now vows to volunteer for Jill Stein. It’s an argument so lacking in logic, so overt in its obnoxiousness, so deficient in its dignity that one wonders how… Read more »