Here’s how a well-meaning constitutional conservative can empathize with panicking leftist friends without encouraging the doomsday scenarios they seem so keen on promoting.
Veterans and law enforcement personnel shouldn’t have to suffer this stigma. Their comfort is more important than Kaepernick’s free speech—right?
BuzzFeed is reneging on a contract because of pangs of conscience. Does this mean they’ll see the light on others who decline service for moral reasons?
If Brad Thor made an “assassination threat” against Donald Trump, then America’s Founding Fathers–and Virginia’s own state flag–are equally guilty.
President Obama believes in open debate and tolerance of opposing viewpoints—but make your bathrooms trans-friendly or else.
Donald Trump supporters have turned Free Republic, one of their favorite Internet forums, into a safe space free of triggers and macroaggressions.
Monday, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in a case that could stop forcing unionized workers to pay for activities they disagree with.
In 2016, let’s resolve to learn the difference between disagreement and force.
Raging student protests may not quietly assimilate to American modes of thought, because revolution isn’t rational. What, then?
Canada is a cautionary tale for what would happen here if the First Amendment is further eroded.
Repeal the anti-discrimination laws because President Obama is right: ideologies are not defeated with guns.
A judge has forbidden a pair of bakers who wouldn’t participate in a gay wedding from talking about their moral beliefs. Ever.
As Ireland considers a referendum on gay marriage, they can draw some cautionary lessons from America’s experiment.
Why has the left embraced “sensitivity” toward Islam when they are its obvious next victims?
A lot of people want to indicate their disapproval of a prohibition on cartoons of Mohammed—but without doing anything to defy that prohibition.
Religious liberty is often treated like the eccentric uncle of the human-rights family. It shouldn’t be. We need it now, perhaps, more than ever.
British Islamist Anjem Choudary warns us that we should know the consequences of exercising our freedom. We certainly should—all of them.
Freedom of expression is worthless if it excludes speech that offends someone. People apologizing for the Charlie Hebdo attack should take note.
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