Ron DeSantis score huge win as "Don't Say Gay" judge takes Disney case
The new judge previously ruled in DeSantis's favor over his controversial "Don't Say Gay" legislation.
The Campaign To Intimidate Churches, Pro-Life Advocates Is Getting Worse
The heavy hand of federal police power has gone missing when it comes to violence against Catholic churches and pro-life care centers.
TikTok sues Montana, alleging First Amendment violation
"Montana has no authority to enact laws advancing what it believes should be the United States' foreign policy," TikTok told Newsweek.
Prince Harry is fighting U.S. paparazzi battles royals already won in U.K.
Harry and Meghan "left Britain because they wanted a better relationship with the media" but have ended up echoing Princess Diana's experience.
'De Minimis' Is as Nefarious as 'All Deliberate Speed'
Retaining "de minimis" as a valid, even if limited, legal standard will have an unfortunate impact.
Conservatives Wrongly Demonized as 'Hate Groups' May Get Justice at Last
The Left has a long and ignoble history of grasping at straws to demonize conservatives.
"I was in the Pittsburgh trans debate. Activists had me scared for my life"
They even burned Michael Knowles in effigy.
Fox News, Dominion case hinges on two words
With the jury officially selected, the billion-dollar trial will begin this week.
Will There Be Justice for Fox News?
Recently revealed documents suggest that Dominion contacted Fox executives and hosts literally thousands of times over a three-month period to advise them that what was being broadcast about the company was false, all to no avail.
Free Speech Is Under Threat at Top Law Schools
In the past several months, four prestigious law schools have shown an inability to tolerate opinions that transgress campus orthodoxies.
Taxpayer Dollars Must Not Fund the Government-Led Censorship Regime
The Biden administration has cajoled and colluded with social media platforms to "suppress disfavored speakers, viewpoints, and content."
Acceptable Hate: Assaults on Christianity Go Overlooked
Following the tragic events in Nashville, left-wing columnists, entertainers, and activists directed their ire toward Christians.
Trump-appointed judge deals blow to Republicans' drag ban
Judge Thomas Parker raised concerns about a GOP-supported ban on drag performances infringing on the First Amendment.
Will SCOTUS Fall for Biden DOJ's Flim-Flam in Sabbath-Observer Case?
The Biden DOJ's approach throws under the bus Sabbath-observers who encounter hostile employers or whose case comes before unsympathetic judges.
New York Law Threatens First and Second Amendments
In addition to offending the Second Amendment, New York put the First Amendment squarely in its focus as well. If this sounds familiar.
The Consequences of Constitutional Ignorance
How are we going to have a functional society when our society has no idea how it is supposed to function?
Ted Lasso's visit to the White House descends into "chaos"
A journalist shouted "you're making a mockery of the First amendment" as Jason Sudeikis and the "Ted Lasso" cast stood in the White House press briefing room.
Fox News host breaks silence on Dominion lawsuit
Howard Kurtz described Dominion's defamation lawsuit against Fox News as a "major test" for the First Amendment
The New York Times Versus Florida
The Founders believed that libel is outside the scope of freedom of speech and of the press.
Lawsuits Against Networks for Challenging Elections Endanger Free Speech
Companies that make vote counting machines are suing Fox and others for defaming them. I'm advising clients in several lawsuits involving voting machines, and I'm a frequent contributor to some of these media. So, I am not unbiased. Nor am I unbiased regarding the First Amendment, which I believe is endangered by these lawsuits.
Newt Gingrich demands withdrawal of "insane" Republican bill
The former House speaker slammed a Florida state senator for introducing a bill that would require political bloggers to register with the state.
Bad Lawyering Does Not Mean Google Is Right About Section 230
Gonzalez v. Google is about the scope of Section 230's immunity shield and the claims it protects tech companies from.
Supreme Court Can Restore Religious Liberty Protection in the Workplace
Making sure everyone is treated fairly affirms our nation's historic commitment to religious diversity.
Mike Lindell's "no merit" lawsuit over Jan. 6 tapes is doomed to fail
Legal experts said Lindell lacks the standing to prove either of his constitutional claims against House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Mike Lindell suing Kevin McCarthy over January 6 tapes
"We're gonna run this all the way to the Supreme Court," Lindell vowed about his lawsuit against the House Speaker.
Section 230 Reform Can Force Big Tech To Focus on Real Problems
Some conservatives claim that without Section 230 tech companies will censor social media posts even more.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle break silence on South Park lawsuit claims
Harry and Meghan's spokesperson told Newsweek speculation they might sue after being roasted on South Park was "baseless and boring."
Meghan Markle's lawyers lean on First Amendment Harry said was "bonkers"
Meghan's legal team told a judge that her right to criticize Samantha Markle, who is suing her for defamation, is covered under the First Amendment.
The Supreme Court Has a Chance To Protect Free Speech for All
One need not agree with Jack or Lorie's personal views to affirm that law-abiding Americans have a right to speak consistent with their beliefs.
The Supreme Court Can Restore The Rights of Sabbath-Observing Employees
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide the case of Gerald Groff, a Christian who lost his job with the Postal Service.