Protected Speech

Federal Court Deals Major Blow to Big Tech and Sets up SCOTUS to Restore Free Speech

A Texas law prohibiting social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, from discriminating against users based on their speech does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appellate court held on Friday.

Federal Judge Gives Fauci Three Weeks to Turn Over ‘Misinformation’ Emails

Fauci is forced to produce emails with social media platforms.

The Untold Story of the Flight Attendant Fired for Expressing Pro-Life Views

Although she was about to publicly reveal a nightmarish personal experience—and the worst mistake of her life—Charlene Carter strode confidently through a stately Dallas federal courtroom.

Flight Attendant Wins Millions After Southwest Fires Her For Being Pro-Life: ‘A Victory For Freedom Of Speech’

A flight attendant was awarded $5.1 million by a jury on Thursday, finding that Southwest Airlines canned 20-year veteran Charlene Carter for her sincerely held religious beliefs, namely her pro-life views.

Federal Judge Upholds Georgia’s Voter Integrity Law

A federal judge has upheld several parts of a voter integrity law that was passed in Georgia.

Time to Hold Universities Accountable for Hostility Toward Conservative Students

The University of Houston had an expansive harassment policy that prohibited a wide array of constitutionally protected speech, including microaggressions, stereotyping or even jokes....

Public University Evicts, Disciplines Student for Telling Others It Gave Her Vax Exemption

A Michigan public university retaliated against a Russian immigrant for telling others how she got a religious exemption from its COVID-19 vaccine mandate, evicting her from campus housing and putting a disciplinary record in her student file, according to her lawyers.

Wisconsin Middle Schoolers Accused of Sexual Harassment for Using Wrong Pronouns

Three students at a Wisconsin middle school are facing allegations of sexual harassment under Title IX after they repeatedly refused to use "they/them" pronouns when addressing a fellow student.

Man Charged After Threatening Merriam-Webster Offices Over Gender Definitions

A California man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly making violent threats to Merriam-Webster for its updated dictionary definitions on gender-related topics. 

Pentagon Issues New Rules to Punish Troops For ‘Liking’ ‘Extremist’ Content, Exercising Their First Amendment Rights

The Pentagon, working together with the Anti-Defamation League,  issued new rules on Monday to further suppress the First Amendment rights of American service members.

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