Journalists are supposed to be the watchdogs of democracy, but they don't start barking until after the house has been looted.
During a Trump rally in El Paso, Texas on Monday night, Donald Trump continued his assault on the American free press and said: "Some of the most dishonest people in the media are the so-called fact-checkers."
Jim Acosta is a recipient of the coveted Crooks and Liars 2018 Crookie "Good Guy" Award for his exceptional journalism and unwavering fight for the First Amendment rights of all
Every year around Christmas time, Salvation Army volunteers show up. But when they're servicemembers 'voluntold' to do so, that threatens the very unit cohesion on which everything else depends. It's happening now in North Dakota.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Communications Director Bill Shine did an about-face from earlier directives and agreed to fully restore CNN reporter Jim Acosta's hard press pass. But there will be rules!
The White House has signaled that they will revoke Jim Acosta's press pass after the court-ordered 14-day restoration period expires by trying to create a "retroactive paper trail."
Not taking any lessons from his own behavior and the violence in recent days, Trump continued to stoke the flames of hatred by calling the U.S. press "the enemy of the people."
A Texas high school student expelled for failing to stand for the pledge of allegiance.
The opinion pieces in defense of First Amendment freedom play right into Trump's hand.
No, taking Alex Jones and his hate speech off of social media platforms is not a violation of his first amendment rights.
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