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VIDEO – Pamela Geller Battles CNN Host Over Garland, Texas Shooting

Pamela Geller, executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative sparred with CNN host Alisyn Camerota the morning after two Islamic terrorists were shot dead by a local policeman in a foiled mass murder attack outside the Draw Muhammad cartoon … Continue reading

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Andrew Klavan: Attack of the But-Heads!

From writer/director Andrew Klavan… In a world gone crazy, in a world gone mad, a strange new horde of mindless leftist zombies lurk in the shadows. These unthinking undead claim to support your fundamental freedom to think, say, believe and … Continue reading

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CyberWorkplaceViolence-ism

Obama: #SonyHack not an act of war. It’s “an act of cybervandalism.” Maybe it’s an act of CyberWorkplaceViolence-ism. http://t.co/RWSzJYaH46 — Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) December 21, 2014

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Bloggers Have First Amendment Protections

Bloggers have First Amendment protections, federal court rules http://t.co/LdAi61yzwa A good first start. Pls retweet pic.twitter.com/EsBY8A53ob — Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) January 18, 2014 http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/01/18/bloggers-have-first-amendment-protections-federal-court-rules/

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Top Ten Worst Colleges For Free Speech

A prominent First Amendment group has released their list of the top ten worst colleges for free speech. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) first began publishing the list two years ago and their last list was March … Continue reading

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Santa Clara County, CA – Where They USED to Have a First Amendment

County office bans criticism of Obamacare Warns employee ‘controversial’ statements not allowed Santa Clara County, Calif., officials have banned a 20-year employee from making “less than positive” remarks about Obamacare, because they can cause stress for listening co-workers. The county … Continue reading

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Protect Citizen Journalists

By Shane Wright on September 17, 2013 Citizen journalists are under attack by Chuck Schumer, Lindsey Graham, and other members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The dynamic duo of progressivism has attached an amendment to Senate Bill 987, which would … Continue reading

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Reporter to State Department: “You’re Unable To Give A Straight Answer”

This is the third time in less than a week that I’ve reported on incidents where an Obama administration deputy press secretaries have shown their arrogance. They repeatedly reveal their disdain for both the reporters who are just doing their … Continue reading

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US Attorney Bill Killian: Posting Something Mean About Muslims on Social Media Might Be a Criminal Action Under Federal Civil Rights Laws

The First Amendment served us well for a time, but now it’s outdated. Remember reading that England had arrested a guy for anti-Muslim Twitter postings in the aftermath of the Woolrich slaughter? And remember thinking, “Well, this is America, that … Continue reading

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Not Satire: WaPo’s Surreal Report on Holder’s Off-the-Record “Press Freedom” Meeting

Sean Higgins thinks this Washington Post “report” on Eric Holder’s widely-boycotted confab with journalists is “beyond parody.”  Yeah, pretty much: Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. pledged Thursday to take concrete steps to address concerns that the Justice Department has … Continue reading

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