Yes, the U.S. Constitution guarantees First Amendment protections for Muslims, atheists and all religious groups.
Nearly a quarter of Americans ― 22 percent ― either don't know or don't believe that U.S. Muslims are granted the same constitutional protections as other citizens. Roughly 20 percent don't know or do...
Even if The Slants lose the Supreme Court case, the band may have already won.
It's been more than 70 years since we've seen a broad-based citizens movement against the power of monopoly. It's long past time for one, and the following story is why. In late June, the European com...
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WASHINGTON ― The Supreme Court tends to take a skeptical view whenever the government polices speech it doesn't like. But what if the government simply denies a trademark that it deems offensive to a...
Ekta Kapoor will be presenting it.
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After last year's Snapchat controversy.
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Does free speech really exist among people who advocate free speech? Sadly, no…
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An assured way to entrench bigotry is to drive it underground.
'Dissent is agreeable but not disintegration'
His father says Saeed was detained by 'state agencies'.
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All three were critical of the state's policies.
Five students from Ernakulam’s Maharaja’s college were arrested for allegedly carrying out graffiti work on the college walls.