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Missouri legislators demand Mizzou fire professor who violated First Amendment rights of student journalists

1/19/2016 - Between what happened in Ferguson and on the campus of the state's largest university, Missouri's reputation has taken several hits over the past year. But one of the most memorable of all moments was when a communications professor at an institution believed to have started the country's first official...

Watch: Yale students sign petition to repeal the First Amendment, banning free speech, religion and the right to petition the government

12/19/2015 - In September 2012, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter sat down with PBS correspondent Margaret Warner before an audience of students at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. During the discussion, a student asked Souter the following question: "I've heard a lot this evening...

U.S. government bans First Amendment rights for weather scientists to hide truth on geoengineering and climate change

10/22/2015 11:02:14 AM - The Obama administration is beginning to lose control over the narrative regarding "climate change" and "global warming," leading it to suspend the First Amendment like it wants the rest of us who don't buy the hoax to suspend belief in what we see and hear. As noted by Dane Wigington at GeoEngineering...

Federal court rules that only drug companies, not supplement companies, have First Amendment rights to truthful speech about health

9/9/2015 - In a ruling that many holistic healers and homeopathic physicians are likely to find hypocritical, a federal court has handed Big Pharma an unprecedented victory by giving a drug company preliminary approval to market a drug for a condition for which it has yet to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The...

Colorado court declares business owners have no First Amendment rights and must support gay marriage

8/23/2015 - The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution both recognizes and establishes some of the most basic of our rights, including the right to speak freely, to assemble in protest, to maintain a free and open press and to worship any deity we choose (or none at all). But in modern times, it has become...

US Forest Service rules eliminate First Amendment rights in federal wilderness areas

10/27/2014 - Some believe that Americans are taxed too much, regulated too much, over-fined and over-licensed, and now, the U.S. Forest Service is feeding into those concerns with a proposed new rule that would impose further media coverage restrictions on large swaths of lands owned by the public. According...

University apologizes for censoring First Amendment rights of students who oppose abortion

2/19/2014 - Donna Lake, an administrator from the University of Alabama, took down a student group's pro-life display on February 12th. She told the group that they are "lucky" to have been allowed to have the display up for as long as it was. Apparently, this administrator is an authoritarian who is very selective...

Man facing 13 years in prison for criticizing banks; judge bars any mention of First Amendment in his defense

7/2/2013 - "Insanity" is a term that best describes the large and growing American Nanny State, but there are varying degrees of insanity within it. For example, Nanny State insanity is compounded in states - say, California for instance - where unrestrained progressive liberalism has so influenced the lawmaking...

Lindsey Graham not sure if bloggers have First Amendment rights

6/14/2013 - The disdain many of our "Old Guard" elected leaders have for the very Constitution to which they have sworn an oath to observe and uphold is routinely on display these days, perhaps because We the People have, for far too long, neglected to hold them accountable for their miscreant deeds. This dismissive...

Chicago police officer tells reporters that their First Amendment rights 'can be terminated'

3/29/2012 - The recent murder of a six-year-old girl in Chicago's South Side was compounded by the arrest of two members of the press who were present at the hospital where the girl's body was taken. NBC 5 in Chicago reports that photographer Donte Williams and WGN reporter Dan Ponce were arrested and detained...

Four New York politicians propose eliminating First Amendment, turning 'free speech' into a government-granted privilege

10/12/2011 - A proposal put forth by four members of the New York State (NYS) Senate have surely caused the Founding Fathers of the US to roll over in their graves. Hinged upon the stated goal of protecting children against "cyberbullying," NYS Senators Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester), Diane Savino (D-Staten Island/Brooklyn),...

ACLU report: 9/11 casualties include death of First Amendment in 33 US states

9/15/2011 - As devastating as they were, human casualties were not the only tragic loss that took place on September 11, 2001. A compilation of incident reports put together by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) highlights the corresponding death of the First Amendment to the US Constitution in at least...

Breaking News: Rawesome Foods raid victims stripped of First Amendment rights with court gag order

8/5/2011 - Victoria Bloch was released from jail in LA County last night, but only under the condition that she completely give up her First Amendment rights and refrain from talking to anyone about the case. NaturalNews has confirmed this gag order was placed on Victoria and is also going to be placed on James...

First Amendment suspended in the Gulf of Mexico as spill cover-up goes Orwellian

7/3/2010 - As CNN is now reporting, the U.S. government has issued a new rule that would make it a felony crime for any journalist, reporter, blogger or photographer to approach any oil cleanup operation, equipment or vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. Anyone caught is subject to arrest, a $40,000 fine and prosecution...

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