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Freedom Requires Free Speech

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Facebook Suspends Radio Host for Saying ‘Illegal Immigrant’

By Alexander Dolhun If it walks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, you better not call it a duck on Facebook, or you’ll end up like Ken Webster. The radio host at KPRC in … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton: Confederate Flag ‘Shouldn’t Fly Anywhere’

Almost as soon as Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that the Confederate battle flag should not be displayed anywhere, weighing in as South Carolina lawmakers seek to remove it from the grounds of their statehouse, bloggers brought the following images from … 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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Folk Heroes vs. Terrorists: A Progressives’ Guide

Many people may be confused about how to tell a “legitimate” protestor from a trouble maker or even a terrorist.  This handy guide to free speech for Progressives should help!  For example, the Gyrocopter pilot who violated numerous laws and … Continue reading

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IRS Announces Postponement of Anti-Speech Regulation Due to Record Number of Comments

Published on Apr 4, 2014 IRS Commissioner John Koskinen announced at the National Press Club on Tuesday, that the IRS has postponed a proposed rule change that would have banned all political speech in 501(c)(4) groups. The IRS received more … Continue reading

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We MUST Protect C4 Free Speech

Most of us are aware of the recent IRS targeting of conservative and tea party groups by delaying or denying their 501(C)(4) tax exempt status.  Naturally, the Obama regime strongly denies this.  In fact when interviewed by Bill O’Reilly of … Continue reading

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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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If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Turn off Their Mic

OAKLAND TEA PARTY PROTESTER Sings the Truth (Post continues below video) Maybe it was something she sang? Oakland Tea Party protester Celeste Paradise used her one minute of public comment time to sing a protest song at a public meeting.  … Continue reading

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