It’s not possible to both uphold the U.S. Constitution and the identity politics regime. The only option is to choose which master Americans will serve: Ordered freedom or sexual chaos.
Democrats think Americans need the government to protect them from offensive speech, but they push a bill that would be a disaster for free speech.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Kyle Sammin explains how big business has become more of a threat to free speech than big government.
By resisting censorship from the government, corporations, or cancel mobs, we reaffirm the value of the freedoms won and cherished in centuries past.
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Free speech in America is not a custom of deference to the law — it is the law’s deference to the people’s ancient cultural right.
‘60 Minutes’ falsehoods provide the perfect vehicle for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to prove that Democrat propagandists posing as the press deserve no heightened legal protection.
Domenech’s tweet was a joke, not a threat. FDRLST Media is not a cartoonishly evil mega-conglomerate with its own salt mine.
Robert Hoogland’s arrest has garnered significant attention, nationally and internationally. Canada’s version of the Equality Act has put him in jail for saying what he thinks about transgendering children.
The Duke of Sussex said he is deeply concerned by the “avalanche of misinformation” that is affecting our ability “to think clearly.”
In a blistering dissent, Judge Laurence Silberman said The New York Times and Washington Post are ‘Democratic Party broadsheets.’
A wealthy school district in Naperville, Illinois once more backs its systemic racism and equity training institute, while forcing educators to read neoracist works.
The federal government just used its publicly employed career professionals to target a working journalist for professional destruction.
Abbott sent mixed messages by denouncing Gab just days after he announced legislation meant to curb Big Tech’s efforts to censor users they disagree with.
In his bold second book, Michael Knowles throws the book at free speech absolutism in favor of a pragmatic approach toward PC and cancel culture.
Piers Morgan wouldn’t cave to the mob attacking him for criticizing the royal duo’s Oprah interview, saying, “Freedom of speech is a hill I’m happy to die on.”
Chief Justice John Roberts was the only dissenter in the Supreme Court’s ruling favoring Christian students whose freedom of speech was restsricted.
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