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All the 3rd Circuit needed to do was find that “I Love Boobies” bracelets were not plainly lewd or substantially disruptive to the school.
It’s not just athletes and celebrities that damage their careers with indiscreet tweets.
Americans are engaged in what is a historic – at least, by virtue of being largely electronic – national discussion over national priorities and military options.
Shouting down or drowning out speakers is not an exercise is free speech. No ideas are exchanged when the speech from one party or group is simply designed to inhibit the speech of another.
Egypt has reportedly arrested a comedian for mocking President Mohamed Morsi, prompting criticism by the U.S. State Department.
A measure of our freedom is how foolish we’re allowed to be in exercising our rights, as in the case of the man who praised the Newtown shootings on Facebook.
Protest group Anonymous wants White House to declare a form of cyberattack as a type of First Amendment-protected activity, but it’s really just a heckler’s veto.
It’s a measure of Presley’s music that it continues to be played all over the globe and a measure of his style that he can still startle the easily offended.
Eckhardt, who died Dec. 27, was one of the ‘black armband’ plaintiffs in the landmark Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines.
Man’s anti-gun T-shirt in Murfreesboro, Tenn., mall probably isn’t protected if the mall is privately owned.
North Carolina elementary school that told girl to remove reference to God before reading her poem to students was technically defensible, but it probably would have been better to let her read it as written.