4 results for tag: free speech


Do Students Have The Right To Speak Freely?

A Conservative legal group is taking a stand for freedom of speech on college campuses, and (they hope) their battle is about to take them to the Supreme Court. After a college student was reprimanded for sharing his Christian faith on campus, he filed a lawsuit against the school. Although the school quickly retreated from the reprimand, their actions and this suit set a precedent that the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) wants the Supreme Court to address, after lower courts refused to. Campus Reform has the story: Back in 2016, now graduated Gwinnett College student Chike Uzuegbunam tried to share his Christian faith with his peers on ...

SCOTUS Hears Important School Choice Case

This week, the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on a case surrounding School Choice. School Choice is often a forgotten issue in favor of flashier topics, but it is so crucial to millions of American families. Being able to choose where your children go to school should not be determined solely by your living situation. Democrats funded by the Teacher’s Unions want to make sure that they, not parents, are in control. School choice injects much-needed competition into the American Public School System. Fox News reports on the case before the Supreme Court: The case, Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, centers around a tax-credit ...

The Left Hates Fun, Especially Halloween

In recent years, an odd phenomena has arisen, especially on college campuses. Halloween costumes have been driven out as spectacles of “cultural appropriation.” What a crock! Take it from Jonathan Turley in The Hill: Halloween is again upon us. Across the United States, the prospect of frightening images have some pledging to skip the holiday or closely shield their children. It is not the scary decorations or costumes but “cultural appropriation” that has triggered a tradition of recrimination and anger. Colleges and universities have warned students not to dress as Indian chiefs or Mexican bandits, while parents have publicly debated ...

Shaquille O’Neil Stands For Free Speech While NBA Stands For China

During Free Speech Week, we are celebrating and acknowledging one of our most important rights as Americans. Unfortunately, there are those who don’t value our First Amendment rights and what makes us very unique as a country. While Hong Kong fights for liberty from China, Lebron James and the NBA are denouncing Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey’s tweet supporting the pro-democracy movement. "Fight for Freedom, Stand with Hong Kong," Morey’s tweet read, which sparked controversy for the NBA, China’s major broadcaster. James called Morey's comment "misinformed," while James Harden apologized for the tweet, saying, "We apologize. ...