Tagged: free speech
Almost immediately, a fresh front was opened in the perpetual war between free speech and outrage.
The problem with being prejudiced against prejudice.
What happens when a fraternal organization, dedicated to commemorating Confederate veterans of the U.S. Civil War, declares “all in” before the U.S. Supreme Court, in a case where there appear to be two directly controlling yet contradictory cases and the ideological alignments of the Justices are apparently inverted? Burt Likko breaks down today’s license plate case.
James Hanley critiques the “good judgement” pseudo-defense of free speech.
There’s never been a better time to say things no one objects to.