freedom of speech

Absurdity Today has a refreshing call with Comcast, where they reveal their true nature! Read more...
The End Of Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality should be the one issue that should cause America to raise up and demand the end to looming fascism. Read more...
The first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street was a joyous affair for the 99%... Read more...
Someone's got to stand up for the bigots and leave it to Caribou Barbie to use this as an excuse to get herself back in the spotlight again. I hate to break it to her, but those who want to boycott Chick-fil-A are exercising those freedoms she Read more...
An Occupy Wall Street protester says police gave demonstrators little warning before kicking them out of a New York City park overnight and that officers beat many of them during the arrests. Read more...

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Are crackdowns on protests in Georgia like this going to become much more frequent? Under a newly proposed law in Georgia, protest tactics like picketing and sit downs will be made illegal and in some cases would be turned into a felony. Read more...
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." Read more...
Bill Moyers on the Colbert Report Monday night hitting on Citizens United, and corporate influence in politics. Read more...
Originally billed as a "First Amendment three-ring circus," yesterday's protest of the NYPD's treatment of journalists and the Constitutional rights of protesters drew only around 60 people at its peak. But with so few in attendance, why did the NYPD feel the need to block access to 79th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues entirely? Read more...
After the violent arrest of 200 Occupy LA protesters on Nov. 30, 2011 the protesters had to endure sitting for an extended period in LAPD vans with their hands zip-tied behind their backs, the drive to central booking (A.K.A. Dodger Stadium) for a lengthy processing, and then they were hauled off to who knows where until arraignment. Bail for these peaceful defenders of free speech was set at the exorbitant amount of $5,000. Read more...