All posts tagged "free speech"

  • Nevada
    Higher Education, Political Correctness and Free Speech

    Last August 9, law professors Amy Wax and Larry Alexander published an article, “Paying the Price for the Breakdown of the Country’s Bourgeois Culture,” in the Philadelphia Inquirer. It began: “Too few Americans are qualified for the jobs available.  Male working-age labor-force participation is at Depression-era low.  Opioid abuse is widespread.  Homicidal violence plagues inner cities.  Almost...

  • Government
    U.S. Supreme Court: Victory for Virginia property owner in sign fight

    (Institute for Justice) – ARLINGTON, VA — In an important decision at the intersection of free speech and property rights, the U.S. Supreme Court today vacated a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judgment that had allowed the city of Norfolk, VA, to suppress a banner protesting the government’s illegal attempt to seize...

  • Government
    Feds continue futile and constitutionally shaky subpoenas of people anonymously expressing hyperbole

    (Thomas Mitchell) – “Fear of serious injury cannot alone justify suppression of free speech and assembly. Men feared...

  • Opinion
    Sticks and stones

    (Thomas Mitchell) – There is no such thing as hate speech, despite what the editorialists at The New York Times would have you believe. There are just thin skinned and thinner skinned people and explosive ones, like the two jihadists who attempted to attack the Garland draw Muhammad contest. The answer to speech...

  • Opinion
    Stupid Speech

    (Rich Galen of – The attack by two Islamic gunmen on a community center in Garland, Texas...

  • Opinion
    Food Regulators Out Of Control

    (Ericka Andersen/The Heritage Foundation) – First Lady Michelle Obama’s obsession with “childhood obesity” has bothered many since it began two years ago, especially those who think that White House nagging of parents should be reserved for more pressing issues. Now it is getting more serious, with food regulators starting to infringe on...

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