The Free Speech Trifecta: How the Court Could Fundamentally Alter Free Speech in Three Pending Cases
Below is my column on the three major free speech cases heard by the Supreme Court in the last month. The three cases (Murthy v. Missouri, National Rifle Association of America v. Vullo, and Gonzal… Read More.
US Bank Debanks Constitution Party of Idaho
The following press release was sent out by the Constitution Party of Idaho. Read More.
NYT pushes more fake news on disinformation as SCOTUS mulls
SCOTUS is pondering whether the Biden White House infringed on Americans’ First Amendment rights. Naturally, The New York Times stepped in to save the day. Read More.
Billionaires, Big Tech and Big Pharma Were Pandemic's Big Winners, New Report Confirms
As the wealth of U.S. billionaires soared by over $2.6 trillion during the pandemic, major pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Moderna and tech giants such as Meta, Alphabet, and Amazon also saw their market capitalizations skyrocket. Read More.
"It's Not About Trump": American CJ Hopkins, Charged Again in Germany, Describes Global Censorship Effort
Acquitted on German hate speech charges in January, American playwright CJ Hopkins is being charged again for the same offense. He has a scary message for Americans Read More.
DOJ sues Apple over iPhone monopoly in landmark antitrust case
Apple and its iPhone and App Store business have been eyed by the Department of Justice, which previously filed antitrust suits against Google. Read More.
Poll: Third party candidates boost Trump’s lead over Biden
Former President Donald Trump is narrowly beating President Joe Biden in a head-to-head faceoff going into November, a new national poll shows. Read More.
Texas Law Allowing Law Enforcement To Deport Illegal Migrants Put Back On Hold
Just a few hours after the Supreme Court allowed a Texas law to take effect that gave authorities the right to arrest people who they suspect entered the country illegally, a federal appeals court has issued an order that puts it on hold.  Read More.
Red Alert: Justice Jackson Worries The First Amendment 'Hamstringing' Government
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was ridiculed on Monday after voicing her concerns that the First Amendment could limit the federal government. Read More.
America First Legal Exposes Federal Government Pushing for Aggressive Censorship of Independent Voices
Internal documents obtained by America First Legal from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have revealed a disturbing initiative to promote widespread censorship practices across various sectors, Read More.
Did Government ‘Coerce’ Tech Giants? Supreme Court Weighs Arguments in Landmark Censorship Case
The U.S. Supreme Court today heard arguments in a case that could determine if the U.S. government can legally pressure tech companies to remove content from social media platforms without violating the First Amendment. Read More.
When Life Gives You Lemon, Don't Engage (Watch)
Elon Musk grew visibly irritated during an interview with Don Lemon in which the billionaire head of Tesla, X and SpaceX defended his views on content moderation and diversity. Read More.
MRC: Google has ‘interfered’ with elections 41 times over the last 16 years
Google has “interfered" with major elections 41 times over the last 16 years, according to a new study from the Media Research Center. Read More.
Trump: "Facebook Is the Enemy of the People "
President Donald Trump sat down with Newsmax host Greg Kelly for an interview that aired Wednesday night. Read More.

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