Policing what cable news shows say is not actually in the FCC’s remit.
A radical new rule would politicize the classroom and very likely trample the free-speech and religious-liberty rights of teachers.
This is a crisis of liberty even if the government isn’t posing the threat.
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.
SCOTUS Agrees to Hear Case Challenging First Amendment Violations by Kamala Harris and Xavier Becerra against Conservative Nonprofits
The two cases challenge significant First Amendment violations against conservative nonprofits by the California attorney general's office.
Those voices are still being stifled, even if the disinvitation craze is abating.