X
No Ads. No Trackers. No Kidding! (Learn More)
Loading...
Public high school journalists have long enjoyed the protections of the First Amendment in choosing the topics they write about. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Attorneys for a 34-year-old Missoula man are building up a First Amendment defense for their client accused of threatening Missoula City Council members, arguing the... [Read More]
Thumbnail
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMIZ) A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that behavior by a whistle blower in the Missouri State Highway Patrol was not protected... [Read More]
Thumbnail
"Simply wrong" [Read More]
What's at stake in United States v. Sineneng-Smith. [Read More]
Have you heard the Good News? The Good News about our Lord and Savior? The news is that if you think that's you, then you... [Read More]
After the ACLU said a community college in Michigan was violating its students' First Amendment rights, the school partially relented. [Read More]
Sadly, former San Francisco player Aubrey Huff's life after baseball has devolved into a tweetstorm of vulgarity and despicable musings that target people of color... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Neil Young became an American citizen late last month, and he's exercising the First Amendment in a bold statement by writing a scathing open letter... [Read More]
ISPs say that a law requiring users to opt-in to having their location and financial data sold is a 'burdensome restriction' on their 'protected speech.'... [Read More]
More than half of the 50 states that comprise the United States have passed laws that are clear violations of the US Constitution. Americans... [Read More]
Baltimore police officers received mixed reviews for their handling of citizens' First Amendment rights in an inaugural assessment of such interactions under the city's consent... [Read More]
In the assessment, the department wrote that since the consent decree was signed, it worked with Justice officials and members of the public to develop... [Read More]
Florida Tech professor Ted Petersen presented 'Live free or eat free.' Students got to experience life without the First Amendment. [Read More]
Bennie Hart sued the state of Kentucky in November 2016 after a Department of Vehicles worker refused his request for the license plate but in... [Read More]
Do you think it is permissible to yell "fire" in a crowded movie theater in order to create a panic? How about whether it is... [Read More]
No one should have to fear the government coming after them for exercising their First Amendment rights. But today, House legislators voted to advance a... [Read More]
Kentucky ordered to pay man after violating his first amendment rights... [Read More]
Senator Warren accused Mr. Bloomberg of betraying the First Amendment. [Read More]
'She drew a large crowd of people, many with opposing viewpoints, who also chose to exercise their first amendment rights'... [Read More]
Loading...
Save As
Preview
Preview