The case of Shurtleff v. City of Boston considers whether the city of Boston’s flag program is properly considered a public forum for private speech or a reflection of government endorsement of messages promoted by the flags.
Results from Tag: 'free speech'
Hillsdale High School graduate is set to address her classmates at their June 6 ceremony.
The case involves Chike Uzuegbunam, an evangelical Christian who, while attending Georgia Gwinnett College in 2016, sought to evangelize fellow students.
The former U.S. Senator of Pennsylvania talks openly about the recent violence in Washington, the integrity of American voting, and offers advice for all Catholics as we move forward under a Biden administration.
After the U.S. Capitol riot Jan. 6, Twitter and Facebook barred President Donald Trump from their platforms. Apple and Google then banished Parler from their app stores, sparking debate over the tech giants’ outsized role in U.S. politics and stirring fears of a further crackdown on free speech.
COMMENTARY: Whether public or private, they will lose federal funding if they stifle free speech and religious freedom, according to new rules from the Department of Education.
Denton’s lawsuit alleges that his free speech was constitutionally-protected by the First Amendment, and that the state university unlawfully retaliated against his speech and committed viewpoint discrimination.
Whether or not the United States is heading in this direction, removing statues, changing the names of streets and buildings and stifling free speech are all considered tactics of regime change.
COMMENTARY: The decision in favor of the California pregnancy centers that refused to distribute state-mandated information on abortion shows the tendency by some secular elites to use seemingly neutral laws against believers.