“America is the first country to say to its people: all of you have a right to speak. But today speech is under siege,” Stossel writes in a blog promoting the special.Read More →
“If you give the government the means to blow people up for lobbying or advocacy that it considers to be one-sided or misleading, then you’ve given the government power to determine who’s taking part in public debate.”Read More →
Colorado courts ruled that protests or passing out literature at the courthouse violates decorum but a federal judge ruled the First Amendment trumps an orderly courthouse.Read More →
At the second GOP debate, Trump finally ran out of things to say, Fiorina surged and Huckabee made a good point in favor of small government (yes, really).Read More →
In a ruling issued Thursday morning, the high court ordered an end to the politically-motivated investigation into conservative groups in Wisconsin that has been dragging on for more than three years.Read More →
By Evan Grossman | Watchdog.org
A veteran Pennsylvania school teacher is taking on the biggest teachers’ union in the state because she feels her First Amendment rights are being trampled by the organization.
Linda Misja has been teaching French and English for 37 years and has rejected union membership all that time because she does not believe in […]