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  • Supreme Court’s Ruling Against the PC Police

    Supreme Court’s Ruling Against the PC Police0

    • June 23, 2017

    The Supreme Court’s decision this week in Matal v. Tam sent a clear warning to government officials who seek to curtail speech they deem offensive: We won’t let you do it! The warning was particularly pointed for the PC Police at state universities who try to close down viewpoints they find “offensive.” A federal law ordered the

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  • New Study Shows Campaign Disclosure Rules Violate First Amendment0

    • March 3, 2015

    This article was first published at the American Thinker website. Many commentators and politicians have attacked the Supreme Court’s 2010 case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission for holding that citizens do not surrender their First Amendment rights when they organize under state corporation law. The Vermont state legislature has even adopted an application

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  • Protecting People Against "Gun Control"0

    • March 27, 2013

    My recent address in Grand Junction on the Colorado gun control laws has received widespread notice. This is particularly so of the part pointing out that the same arguments used by the legislative majority for gun control could be used to restrict other constitutional rights, such as free speech and sexual choice. I’ve reproduced the

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  • Supreme Court’s New First Amendment Decision Unrelated to the First Amendment0

    • March 3, 2011

    Commentators and journalists sometimes describe the current U.S. Supreme Court as “conservative.”  But that’s not true if your definition of a conservative justice is a traditional or “originalist” jurist—that is, one who applies the Constitution as the American people understood it when they adopted it. Consider, for example, the Court’s latest First Amendment case.  The

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