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Every year, however, Campus Reform comes across professors who unashamedly make outrageous, preposterous, and downright absurd remarks in their classrooms.
As revelations of the deep corruption in our own government continue to pile up, too fast for me to track, Canada is ramping up its campaign to erase free speech.
When it comes to advertising on the D.C. metro, free speech is in for a bumpy ride. In a classic case of viewpoint discrimination…
Brookings Institution was found that fully one in five students think that “using violence to disrupt a controversial speaker is acceptable.”
So instead of arguing or debating, they’ve committed to shut down expression by, and I quote, ‘any means necessary.’
No matter what type of political, social, or religious views you may have, it is imperative you understand the government does not grant you free speech.
Indeed, years ago as but one example, Facebook proudly announced that it was teaming up with homosexual activists to monitor FB users, and make sure that no “homophobic” content was posted.
Where once free speech reigned on college campuses and in other secular institutions (or at least it was so thought), today you have the totalitarianism of political correctness.
The vice provost of New York University, one Ulrich Baer, has declared that trampling on free speech “ensures the conditions of free speech.”
The former chair of the Federal Election Commission, Ann Ravel, has declared that ‘political speech must be controlled on social media.’
Representatives in Wisconsin, Georgia, Utah, and Texas have now all filed, and in some cases begun to pass, resolutions to protect free speech at public colleges and universities.
A class titled Sex, Politics, and Race: Free Speech on Campus is barring giving students PTE numbers to enroll in his class past the initial class cap.
Moral discrimination BETWEEN services provided and personal discrimination AGAINST groups are two different things, and the law must treat them as such.
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill administrators condemned a flier found on campus encouraging violence against Donald Trump supporters, calling it antithetical to free speech.
When you slaughter the unborn and the deformed, and when you marginalize the elderly and other “unwanted” people — those who are too weak to fight you — and call it your “right.” That, my friends, is tyranny.
From almost the beginning of his candidacy, Trump has highlighted this 1954 law, the Johnson Amendment, as one of the worst abusers of free speech in America.
The Free Speech Fairness Act will repeal the Johnson Amendment of the U.S. tax code, which dates to 1954 and was passed without floor or Committee debate.
Free speech is permitted, even promoted in some of today’s schools if it appears in the form of printed obscenity. But viewpoint exchanges by students? Think again.
Danielle McLaughlin, former Education Director at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, who marched at the gay parade, describes Whatcott as a “homophobic sexist.”
That the radical left is not in the least bit interested in what the masses think and believe is quite apparent by the appalling disdain they show for genuine public debate.
Here in America, where we have a First Amendment to protect free speech, we now see a growing push by “liberals”—well, Democrats, to say it plainly—to outlaw speech.
We’ve already seen what his IRS has done to squash the free speech of Tea Party groups, which probably gave him the 2012 election.
We are in a very strange, disturbing election season in which the loudest voices are magnified by instant reporting all around us.
Social media are awash in videos of Donald Trump castigating protesters that invade his rallies, followed by footage of Trump supporters yelling epithets and punching them.
It is becoming abundantly clear that we either insist on a whole raft of special rights for homosexuals, or we defend freedom of speech, but we cannot have both.
The city of Dallas is in the midst of a shootout between those who think the city should host a porn convention and those who think it shouldn’t. The Constitution is on the side of those who think it shouldn’t.
Liberty Counsel has filed a motion to dismiss a law suit, a law suit that was intended to silence pro-life sidewalk counsellors in the District of Columbia.
Twitter announced on Wednesday that it has assembled a new “Twitter Trust & Safety Council” to “ensure that people feel safe expressing themselves on Twitter.”
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In the West, we know and appreciate our rights, especially our freedom of expression. It’s our right to communicate any..