Articles Tagged 'freedom-of-speech'
Colleges struggle over defending or curbing free speech
Both the University of Missouri and Evergreen State College have been rocked by left-wing demonstrations, some of which administrators in both schools allowed. Now both… READ MORE
85 Percent Of Americans Say Freedom of Speech More Important Than Not Offending Others
An overwhelming 85 percent of Americans say freedom of speech is “more important than making sure no one is offended by what others say,” according… READ MORE
‘MILO Bill’ Filed in Tennessee to Ensure Freedom of Speech on College Campuses
A Tennessee bill designed to protect freedom of speech on college campuses, known as “The MILO Bill,” was filed today with a press conference held… READ MORE
Georgia police officer sues city after being fired for flying Confederate flag
A Georgia police sergeant who was fired for flying the Confederate flag at her home filed a lawsuit claiming her right to freedom of speech… READ MORE
Prime minister candidate Wilders guilty of hate speech, Dutch court rules
A Dutch court convicted populist lawmaker Geert Wilders — who is running to be prime minister — of hate speech Friday, at the end of… READ MORE
High-profile cases fill Supreme Court docket
By Ben Conery-The Washington Times
The Supreme Court‘s upcoming term will include the most emotionally charged freedom-of-speech case in recent history along with the usual assortment of high-profile challenges focusing on hot-button issues such as immigration and prosecutorial misconduct.
But the term, which begins Monday, also is notable for what it often will not include, namely new Justice Elena Kagan.… READ MORE