By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – There aren’t many academicians who know more about the Kennedy Assassination than John McAdams.Read More →
By Chris Dobrogosz | Watchdog.org
Say It Loud, Say It Proud is Watchdog Radio’s weekly look at free speech and First Amendment issues — examining the rights that are some of the most important to our society, but also some of the most frequently under attack.
In this week’s episode, host intern Chris Dobrogosz sits down with […]
There’s a reason Virginia received an ‘F’ in the Center for Public Integrity’s report card on corruption risk for public access to information.Read More →
Citizens have the right to attend and listen at public meetings in New Mexico, but not to speak. Rep. Jim Smith, R-Sandia Park, and Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto, D-Albuquerque, are trying to change that, guaranteeing New Mexicans the right to speak their mind before any public body in the state.Read More →
By Will Swaim | Watchdog.org
IRVINE, CALIF. — Declaring the American flag a symbol of “colonialism and imperialism,” student council members on the campus of UC Irvine this week voted to prohibit its public display.
Resolution 50-70 passed on a 6-4 vote (with two abstentions), and applies only to the Associated Students of UCI main lobby. ASUCI President Reza […]
At Athens State University in Alabama, students can’t transmit online anything deemed “threatening,” annoying” or “offensive.” At the University of Southern Mississippi, student organizations must register with the Office of Student Activities a month in advance before conducting protests or demonstrations.Read More →