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What Is Censorship? The Tale of Michael Weller’s “Buyer Beware”

Yesterday morning I read up on Brandeis University's decision to cancel a production of Michael Weller's new play, Buyer Beware. Or at least that's...

Brooklyn Children’s Theatre Founder Talks “Muslim Voices”

Amy W. Graves on diverse students, the First Amendment and public schools.

A Nuanced View of Free Speech

The First Amendment doesn't guarantee anyone a book deal.

Memo to U.S. Artists: Key on German Activism

American artists must unite and constantly challenge tyranny.

Mike Pence: Discrimination By Any Other Name

This blatant effort to exploit religion...stinks all the way to heaven.

Anti-Haters Gonna Hate

The good reputation they enjoyed in their early years has turned them into the very thing they have rightly sought to eradicate.

The Ferguson Police Department Dress Code

The right uniform for every occasion.

Handicapping the End of the Supreme Court Term

As Roberts marches right, Kennedy determines the direction.

National Security Depends on Press Freedom

The federal courts spit on the Constitution, hoping you’ll think backwards.

When Political Vultures Feel Peckish

The time for squawking is over.

U.S. Indicates Assange Not Under Sealed Indictment

After 3-year secret investigation, what are prosecutors, by leaking information, up to now?

Playing the Race Card? Deal it Face Up

The preposterous nature of maligning Obama sets it far apart from the norm.

Shut Down, No Shut Down, SCOTUS Won’t Shut Down

Early handicapping the Supreme Court.

A Threat to Justice Everywhere

They should never see the sun again, and die alone.

Need a Constitution? We’re Not Using This One

Now it is the government that has privacy-and the citizens who have none at all.

Senate Scraps CISPA…But Watch Your Back

In reality, your government wants secrecy...for itself...not you.

A Call to Put Down Arms

Responsibility is not the same as culpability.

Can I Get Some Freedom Fries with That Chick-fil-A?

Will the fast-food firm's controversy stay unwrapped in the months to come?

In a Free Country, We Can Protest Conventions

In the United States, you still have a Constitutional right to peaceably assemble.

Why Ecuador REALLY Gave Assange Asylum

President Correa, the Ph.D. economist/politician, connects dots.
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