Whatever your opinion on the former President, it’s almost impossible to imagine rulings this momentous before he announced his candidacy seven years ago this month. There was a time before Trump. There is a time after Trump. The ramifications, both good and bad, still remain to be fully seen. Last week, the Supreme Court rocked… Continue reading Love him or hate him, Trump delivered the two most conservative Supreme Court decisions in a generation on back to back days
Twitter’s new CEO isn’t concerned about free speech and plans to restrict content sharing, Facebook is clamoring for government regulation in the name of public safety, and there are increasing calls to break up Big Tech, but is any of this necessary when illegal activity is already illegal? Otherwise, our focus should be the First… Continue reading A common sense, conservative approach to social media regulation rooted in the First Amendment
Who approved the warrant for 10 FBI agents and a battering ram in search of information regarding a supposedly pilfered diary that the journalists themselves brought to the attention of law enforcement a year ago? Do you think the FBI would be conducting pre-dawn raids if your diary was stolen? Before dawn on Saturday morning,… Continue reading The FBI raids a journalist’s home before dawn and no one seems to care
From free speech to gun control, the progressive left regularly advocates for restrictions and limitations on your rights, but don’t dare try to limit abortions in any way, shape, or form. The Texas bill is not what I would’ve passed myself, but the reaction is illustrative of how one right is elevated above all others… Continue reading Why is abortion the only right the left doesn’t want to restrict?
The former President files a class action lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook, and Google claiming that the infamous Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is unconstitutional and abridges Freedom of Speech. Perhaps needless to say, the media completely misses the point and suddenly seems to think companies aren’t constrained by any laws or principles. Earlier… Continue reading Trump takes on big tech, media responds by claiming “companies can do whatever they want, more or less”
Ironically, freedom of speech is a fundamental right designed to protect us from the tyranny of Prince Harry’s own ancestors. A tyranny that apparently still exists today. Consider the example of journalist James Callender from the Founder’s era, and Facebook blocking the dissenting views of a respected scientist and former Obama official from our own.… Continue reading Prince Harry and the First Amendment: It’s bonkers that an educated man his age knows nothing about it
The questionable Constitutionality and pseudo-science behind the no gathering, no singing, no laughing, and no dancing craze smothering this Thanksgiving The First Amendment of the Constitution states unequivocally that the right of people to peaceably assemble shall not be infringed, but that hasn't stopped governors around the country from unilaterally declaring their citizen's usual Thanksgiving… Continue reading Talking illegal turkey