Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

In an interview with Mona Charen and Jay Nordlinger on Ricochet.com, columnist George Will explains the difference between the new censors of free speech and past censors. From the podcast: Free speech has never been under more danger in the United States because it is under attack at the theoretical level. Obviously it was threatened […]

The Reverend Al Sharpton, a professional race hustler first made infamous in the Tawana Brawley hoax, is calling on the FCC to investigate News Corp because one of their newspapers dared run a political cartoon that he did not like. Critics are still turning up the heat on the New York Post, directing their venom […]

One of the admittedly recurring themes around here is the need to protect political speech, and that includes anonymous political speech. In California, supporters of Proposition 8 overturning the State Supreme Court’s overreach to impose gay marriage are experiencing harrassment and threats, and have gone to court to remove their donors’ names from the public […]

Mark Steyn gave National Review Online an update on Canada’s Human Rights Commission, an organization which was not interested in human rights, particularly the right of free speech. …earlier this month, over 99 per cent of delegates to the Conservative Party convention voted to abolish Section 13 (the “hate speech” provision) of the Canadian Human […]

The Wisconsin Club for Growth tells us Thursday is when the Government Accountability Board will hear from a number of experts on attempts to limit free speech under the guise of Campaign Finance Reform. GAB Fest Thursday the six retired judges who make up the Government Accountability Board will hear testimony from nationally recognized legal […]