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The gospel of ‘free speech’ is the big actor in Persecuted, a conservative movie featuring John Luther, a televangelist who loves free speech, the Bible, the Gospel… and the rosary.
The MRC study confirms what we knew to be true already: There is a war against conservative and religious speech. And it is not just in the realm of online media, as Bozell rightly observed.
FRC had the privilege to host a distinguished group of speakers for a panel on social media called: ‘Losing Our Voices: Who Owns Free Speech on the Internet.’
Liberty Counsel received a great decision from an Alabama federal court in favor of out client, Alabama Associate Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker, in a free speech case.
Following a weekly University of California, Merced College Republicans (UCMCR) immigration event, students, community members, and even members of the college administration made their displeasure known—some even resorting to violent threats.
Florida’s House of Representatives passed a massive higher education bill which eliminates so-called “free speech zones,” pending Governor Rick Scott’s signature.
One student at the University of California, Los Angeles was so enraged after sighting a free speech ball on campus that he stabbed it before departing the scene.
Free speech is already being gouged away, big-time, by our colleges and looniversities and other left-wing castles of coercion. It’s very much a one-way street, which can be easily demonstrated.
If campuses are serious about preserving intellectual diversity, they must promote respect for all ideas. This means eliminating ‘free speech zones,’ allowing conservative speakers, implementing consequences for biased grading, and punishing violence.
A Yale University student recently criticized her peers for shunning “alternative voices” after she was “roasted” for defending British-Indian novelist Salman Rushdie in class.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and U.S. Congressman Mike Johnson released a fifteen page document regarding the religious and free speech rights of students in public schools.
By Jacob Grandstaff A Burlington, Vermont judge dismissed a criminal case against a University of Vermont (UVM) student who was..
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.