Category: First Amendment

February 21, 2011

Fighting campus speech-codes with FIRE

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,First Amendment - 21 Feb 2011

Speech-code.  Sounds like something from George Orwell’s pen or a Stephen King tale, but it’s not.  According to Adam Kissel, from the Foundation of Individual Rights in Education, two-thirds of college campuses enforce speech-codes, violating the 1st amendment rights …

February 1, 2011

Is it Time to Expand the Fairness Doctrine?

Filed under: First Amendment - 01 Feb 2011

In keeping with the demagogue’s credo “Never let a good tragedy go to waste,” some among us are extracting as much mileage from the Jared Loughner massacre as they can.  It is being used to raise money and reduce freedom, …

January 25, 2011

The censorship of Huckleberry Finn

By: Sarah Bolton

There has been recent debate whether to censor Mart Twain’s Huckleberry Finn; more specifically to remove the “n-word”, which appears no less than 219 times, according to Publisher’s Weekly. Instead …

January 19, 2011

Why The Left’s Exploitation of Tucson Will Not Succeed to Hush Rush

Liberals are despicably exploiting the tragic Tucson Arizona shooting as an opportunity to launch yet another “Hush Rush” initiative. A liberal pundit lamented that there is no left wing radio talk show host as powerful as Rush Limbaugh. Typical of …

December 16, 2010

ACLU wages war on Christmas

By Chris Slavens

It’s that “most wonderful time of the year” again. Children eagerly await a visit from jolly Santa Claus, while their parents try to squeeze shopping into a schedule already filled with parties, parades, church programs, and visiting relatives. …

December 14, 2010

No, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Do Not Have 1st Amendment Protection of Freedom of Speech

Julian Assange is the proprietor, creator, and engineer of WikiLeaks, the incorporeal mechanism for disseminating stolen classified cables, documents, and videos owned by the United States government. Assange is not a journalist, he does not have a story, he does …

November 2, 2010

Constitutional Scholar Single Handedly Redefines 1st Amendment Law and Stumbles Upon a Space-Time Continuum

Filed under: First Amendment,In The News - 02 Nov 2010

Rat-a-tat-tat. Rat-a-tat-tat. The bursts of the cerebral Uzi discharging are still ringing through the halls of constitutional intelligentsia. This random, awkward firing is not the literal discharge of machine gun projectiles, but rather the suspicious preteritions scattered about between the …

October 29, 2010


How did it happen that our country became a land where Christian children are forbidden to use the word, “God”, in the public schools; public school students are forbidden to say prayers at football games; and religious speech is banned …

October 18, 2010

Westboro Baptist Church and the Ten-Mile Proposition

The Westboro Baptist Church… need I say more? The nation watches as the Supreme Court deliberates on the limits of free speech in America involving the right of families to bury the dead in peace versus the need of the …

September 23, 2010

God’s Gift of Unalienable Rights & Article VI of the Constitution

This is an encouraging paper, because it explains the moral and constitutional justifications to stop the islamization of our country.

We face a grave threat – the Muslims are infiltrating our country and taking over. We seem powerless …

September 12, 2010

The Myth of Separation of Church and State

The wonderful thing about being an American is you do not have to be an attorney, judge or member of any elite group to learn how to read and interpret the constitution. Just read it, never saying what it doesn’t …

September 5, 2010

Ground Zero mosque not about religious freedom

The Ground Zero mosque controversy has been erroneously portrayed by certain news pundits as being an issue about religious freedom. Of course this is another red herring designed to demonize those protesting against locating the mosque at ground zero–as if …

August 9, 2010

Religious Freedom For Some

Filed under: First Amendment,Religion & Faith - 09 Aug 2010

Is religious freedom dead in America? Of course not, definitely, how absurd, maybe, could be, yes! This question has been answered in more ways than one, but why? The great Constitution of the United States of America guarantees us …

July 23, 2010

Racism in the Tea Party or a tempest in a tea pot?

To many political observers, it probably appeared that the Tea Party movement came out of the woodwork or even thin air. But the roots of the movement go back before then.

June 12, 2010

Why Firing Helen Thomas Wouldn’t Have Violated Free Speech

Liberal journalist Helen Thomas has sparked controversy over her comments that Jews should go back home, citing Poland, Germany, America, and “everywhere else” as their home. In a perfect world where everyone did the right thing and condemned these kind …

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