By Mark Tapscott | 07/30/14 08:15 AM
Was the illegal targeting of Tea Party and conservative nonprofit applicants by the IRS during the 2010 and 2012 election campaigns encouraged by Obamacare?
By Mitch McConnell | 07/24/14 04:32 PM
Over the past few years, Washington Democrats have grown increasingly at ease with silencing their critics as a way to gain a political edge.
By Mark J. Fitzgibbons | 07/24/14 04:03 PM
Lois Lerner wasn't the only government official unlawfully trying to upend through backdoor channels the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. The Citizens United ruling acknowledged that the First Amendment's legal prohibition on Congress making no law infringing on speech meant what it said.
By Matt Kibbe | 07/21/14 12:26 PM
The grassroots are gradually taking over the political process, and the Democrat establishment knows it. That's why they're trying to shut us down in any way possible, and that's why we have to fight back, each and every time.
By Luke Wachob | 07/14/14 02:00 PM
A new report analyzing the policy implications of the Supreme Court's biggest campaign finance case of the year, McCutcheon v. FEC, suggests that the controversy surrounding the decision is severely overblown. Prior to the case, few people seemed to care about, or even be aware of, aggregate...
By Mark Tapscott | 07/08/14 08:50 AM
First they came for freedom of speech. Then it was freedom of religion. Is freedom of the press for "fringe" voices next?
By Washington Examiner | 07/04/14 07:37 AM
Freedom is very much at risk this Independence Day weekend -- but then it always has been. As President Ronald Reagan said, freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.
By Michael Barone | 07/02/14 09:50 AM
Once upon a time, American colleges and universities prided themselves on being a zone of free expression, open to ideas, in a society that often censored speech and pressured citizens into conformism. How things have changed!
By Kevin Daley | 07/01/14 04:55 PM
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education on Tuesday announced a significant litigation effort to fight campus speech codes in colleges and universities across the country. FIRE, a non-profit foundation that advocates for academic freedom, filed four separate lawsuits against Ohio...
By Sean Lengell | 06/26/14 04:29 PM
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Massachusetts law that set a 35-foot buffer zone around abortion clinics, saying it stifled free speech rights of protesters.
By Alan Sears | 06/25/14 12:37 PM
Now that the federal government via the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is officially -- and not just verbally -- inserting itself into the ongoing debate about the Washington Redskins' chosen mascot name and emblems, a decent respect for the opinions of sports fans, moral busybodies, and...
By Washington Examiner | 06/19/14 06:57 PM
There may be hope that common sense and courage are making a comeback in the nation's capital. How else to explain the appearance of this statement in the Washington Post: “For some people, the word 'Redskins' has lost all of its vicious old meaning and represents their beloved Sonny Jurgensen...
By Jenny Beth Martin | 06/17/14 06:36 PM
David Brown was imprisoned for 18 months because he demonstrated against rising taxes. Author James Callendar spent nine months in jail for writing a book critical of the government. Newspaper editor Benjamin Franklin Bache was arrested for criticizing the president but died before his trial,...
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