9/12: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky reports on how Democratic Federal Election Commission chairwoman Ellen Weintraub is planning to use the board's regulatory power to hamper free speech from Republicans.
In an increasingly coarse culture created by the ACLU’s destruction of minimal public decency standards, it would be no wonder that nothing could possibly be considered offensive.
The Constitution of the United States has endured for over two centuries. It remains the object of reverence for nearly all Americans and an object of admiration by peoples around the world.
This column by Caleb Howe was published May 26, 2014 on TruthRevolt.org.
On MSNBC this afternoon, commentator and Republican politician Ken Blackwell was on as part of panel discussion about guns and gun control in the wake of this weekend’s killing spree in Santa Barbara. Host Craig Melvin runs down a laundry list of various ways of saying gun or shooting and so on before finally asking Blackwell how something like this could happen. Blackwell’s response was absolutely pitch perfect. First he had a pause to take it in, then he said:
“You know, I wonder if I missed something. My […]
ACRU General Counsel Peter Ferrara and former ACRU intern and researcher Carlos Ramirez explain in a Liberty Law Review article why the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of speech is violated if the corollary freedom to listen is not enforced.