Tag Archives: Freedom of the Press

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Senator Dick Durbin (D, IL) is at it again!  He wants to guarantee free speech protection for “Legitimate Journalists.”  I guess Mr. Durbin is unaware that our unalienable rights of free speech does not come from Mr. Durbin’s government, they … 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The First Amendment served us well for a time, but now it’s outdated.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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