I’ve always been in favor of freedom of expression, but lately I’ve become a free-speech absolutist. It takes all sorts to make a world and I’ve met a lot of them over the years, and I can stand pretty much anything anyone says about anything — until someone says to me, “You can’t say that.” At which point my inclination is to punch his lights out. I do this not just because I’m a violent psychopath with a hair-trigger temper, but to make the important point that in societies where you’re not free to speak your mind — to argue …
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‘Black people are not going to stand by, or you will see another uprising,’ BLM NYC co-founder says at Monday protest.
It's been three weeks since Biden's vaccine-mandate announcement, and businesses still don't have a concrete picture for how this will roll out.
'I see the administration wants to fry our agents, he just started a war with Border Patrol,' said one agent.
Will they allow their president to declare victory?
The grand jury subpoenas for documents were reportedly issued earlier this month.
The commission kicked the can again — just as it was designed to.
Blue-state blues, pockets of red resentment, and a columnist candidate may make the 2022 Oregon governor’s race especially interesting.
Though marred by misunderstandings on each side, it was a surprisingly productive discussion.
The board member was already facing a recall effort.
Six months after MLB pulled its All-Star Game out of Georgia to protest the state’s election law, Atlanta is back in the spotlight.
The bill passed 76-54 after failing to advance on three previous attempts.