Pope Francis Blunders

I actually like the pope. But this¬†is just awful commentary: Pope Francis said there are limits to freedom of speech, especially when it insults or ridicules someone's faith, in comments that the Vatican later said Friday did not mean justifying the attack on the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo. Francis spoke about the Paris terror …

Quote of the Day

The Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) systematically limited the ability of individuals and groups to criticize the people who run the government. It was a Draconian law, severely capping the amount of money that could be contributed to political candidates, spent by candidates and campaigns, and even by individuals and groups totally independent of any …

The First Amendment Wins a Round

I am happy to report that passing out the Constitution on Constitution Day has been deemed protected speech¬†"in all 'areas generally available to students and the community,' which include 'grassy areas, walkways, and other similar common areas.'" I was worried that perhaps the law, in its majestic equality, might forbid the Constitution from falling under …