Not All Messages Are Welcome on D.C. Streets—Only Those the Mayor Favors
The city cannot allow some messages to be permanently painted on their streets and then deny other groups the same right just because it doesn’t like their message.
How One Student Was Punished for Sharing His Religious Beliefs in a Private Chat
In firing Jack from his job and subjecting him to harassment, Jack’s freedoms of religion and speech were violated.
Colorado Is Censoring This Web Designer. So, She Took Action.
Lorie founded 303 Creative. Then she learned of a Colorado law that would force her to create messages with which she disagreed.
We Don’t Need to “Change America”—We Need to Protect Our Fundamental Freedoms
We don't need to “change America” by redefining our founding principles and restricting our most cherished liberties. Quite the opposite.
How Free Speech Makes Us Better
America’s great tradition of free expression allows us to defend our beliefs, learn from others, and seek truth without fear of punishment. Unfortunately, this freedom is now taken for granted.
How This Supreme Court Case Could Affect the Free Speech of Us All
Is our current American culture hostile toward free speech? You need look no further than Chike Uzuegbunam’s story to find the answer.
In the Midst of Election Uncertainty, Challenges to Your Freedom Continue
The challenges to religious liberty, free speech, the sanctity of life, and freedom of conscience are not on hold. They will continue no matter who is ultimately declared the winner of the election.