A personal website of a public figure is not subject to First Amendment restrictions, and so the site operator can block users. But a recent federal ruling says "the suppression of critical commentary regarding elected officials is the quintessential form of viewpoint discrimination against which the First Amendment guards."
After the Obama administration waged a war against whistleblowers and leakers, how will the Trump administration deal with similar challenges? At the Department of Veterans Affairs, Trump signed a whistleblower protection act. But upheaval at the Interior Department may lead the administration on a different path.
The underlying law on public forums is well established. Traditional public forums include such areas as streets, sidewalks and parks […]
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 7PM—DOORS AT 6:15PM SUBCULTURE, 45 BLEECKER ST., NEW YORK TICKETS: $15 Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director of The […]
In an open letter, Women’s March Leader Tamika Mallory writes, “The advertisement released by the NRA is a direct attack […]