Senator Hawley had it right the first time: To compel speech, or in this case, to compel others to amplify your own speech, is wrong.
If he had his way, New York governor Andrew Cuomo would do to the Constitution what he’s already done to the elderly of his state.
New research illustrates how public opinion, often misinformed, has served as a basis for courts to bless the restriction of First Amendment liberties.
In Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski, the Court should recognize that nominal damages ensure justice for damages that are anything but nominal.
Emily Bazelon reminds us that a number of journalists, law professors, and other academics simply cannot be trusted to defend the First Amendment.
Fifth Circuit to Decide Whether Southern Baptist Minister Can Sue Southern Baptist Ministry over Religious Dispute
The bottom line is that courts shouldn’t be deciding religious disputes between Baptists. That is not how we do church and state in this country.
Tom Cotton’s Campus Free Speech Restoration Act is at the leading edge of the fight to restore liberty and constitutional principle to our college campuses.
Some people continue to be fixated on the question of a federal or even presidential mask-wearing order.