Tag Archives: freedom of speech

Supreme Court Rejects North Carolina Abortion Restrictions


by Newsmax

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a bid by the state of North Carolina to revive its law requiring women seeking an abortion to have an ultrasound of the fetus performed and described to them.

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Supreme Court Tosses Conviction for Facebook Threat


by The Center for Individual Rights

In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court threw out the conviction of Pennsylvania resident Anthony Elonis, who was prosecuted and was serving a prison sentence for posting rap lyrics on his Facebook page that his ex-wife found threatening. Continue reading

Leftist Censors Strike Again


by David Limbaugh,  Right Wing News

Angelique Clark, a sophomore at West Career and Technical Academy in Las Vegas, says the Clark County School District denied her application to charter a pro-life club as a chapter of Students for Life of America, the nation’s largest youth pro-life organization. Continue reading

Why I love ‘hate speech’


by Mallory Millett,  American Thinker

I love Pamela Geller.  I have known and loved her for years.  She is a great American!  Continue reading

Finally! Victory for Free Speech in Garcia v. Google


by Corynne McSherry,  Electronic Frontier Foundation

Fifteen months after it issued an extraordinary order requiring Google to take down a controversial video, based entirely on a specious copyright claim, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has seen the light and rescinded that order. Continue reading

Pamela Geller and the hijacking of America


by Larissa Scott, American Thinker

On the morning of September 11, 2001, I couldn’t help thinking, I could have been a passenger on one of those planes that crashed into the World Trade Center. Continue reading

A Response to Kathleen Parker


by Catherine Tuilerie, Mountain Finch Post Staff

On May 12, 2015 Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, published a column entitled ‘Abusing Freedom of Speech Rights’. This column was carried in many newspapers, local and national.
I respond to this column. Continue reading

Jihad Watch: The most attacked site on the Internet


by Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch

Daniel Cid, the Chief Technical Officer of the web security firm Sucuri, has informed me that of the thousands of websites his company protects, including sites much bigger than this one, Jihad Watch is by far the most frequently attacked: Continue reading

“Stay Quiet and You’ll Be Okay”


by Mark Steyn,  SteynOnline

As we mentioned a week ago, I’m none too well at the moment, and it so happens my preferred position in which to write causes me severe pain – which is presumably some kind of not so subtle literary criticism from the Almighty. Continue reading

“Freedom of speech for criticizing Islam? There’s apparently no room for that in America.”


by Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch

Brent Bozell articulately skewers the hypocrisy and cowardice of both the Left and the Right in regard to the defense of the freedom of speech. Continue reading