Free Speech is under blistering attack.
On university campuses, leftist administrators are capitulating to violent mobs – silencing, censoring, and squelching free speech. Conservatives face vehement violence. Jewish students and Christians face anti-Semitic discrimination and bullying.
The radical Left and the mainstream media are using propaganda, lies, and fake news to destroy freedom.
The abortion industry is waging warfare through the law to muzzle the pro-life movement.
Enough is enough. We’re aggressively fighting back in court and on Capitol Hill to defend free speech. We’re waging the war of ideas in the media – coming directly to millions of you daily through radio, TV, and the Internet – to confront fake news and protect the integrity of free speech.
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Today the ACLJ filed a reply in support of our request that the Supreme Court hear an important free speech case, Keister v. Bell . At stake in the case is the freedom of people to speak on sidewalks along public streets. I wrote about this case when we filed our petition in early July. Since then,
For decades public sector employees have been forced to subsidize public sector unions and their political and ideological agenda. No more. In a major victory for free speech and free association, the Supreme Court has just struck down requirements that force public sector employees to pay fees to...
The ACLJ today filed a request that the Supreme Court hear an important free speech case, Keister v. Bell . At stake in the case is the freedom of people to speak on sidewalks along public streets. "What?" you say. "I thought Americans already had the right to speak freely on public sidewalks." So...
In the 1958 horror movie, "The Blob," a growing reddish blob from outer space devours everyone it touches. Echoing that film, a panel of judges of a federal appeals court ruled that the campus of the University of Alabama, home of the Crimson Tide, devours the speech rights of those on the...