It’s the NANNY-ST8 for your license plate.
In addition to outright vulgarity and racism, some states prohibit messages viewed as being “anti-government” on vanity license plates.Read More →
Keith Murphy runs Murphy’s Taproom in Manchester, New Hampshire, but he’s not allowed to serve certain beers to his customers.Read More →
After a local radio host tracked down a city official and knocked on his front door to get some answers about the city budget, the town slapped him with a restraining order for stalking. Yes, really.Read More →
In this week’s episode, host Eric Boehm sits down with Wisconsin Reporter’s Matt Kittle to discuss the ongoing free speech issues at Marquette University. John McAdams, a professor at the school, has been suspended since November for defending a student who argued against same-sex marriage in a philosophy class.Read More →
A federal judge has quelled state lawmakers’ attempts to silence criminals, saying First Amendment rights don’t end where prison walls begin.Read More →
Part 10 of 9 in the series Sunshine Week
By Tori Richards | Watchdog.org
This may be Sunshine Week for anyone seeking transparency in government, but for the feds — especially the intelligence agencies — it’s anything but.
With a stroke of a pen, President Obama made it official that his office is exempt from information disclosure. And former Secretary […]