In banning a series of ads by disparate groups, the Washington Metro finds itself in hot water with the A.C.L.U. which is, among others, representing, Milo Yiannopoulos, because even "speech we hate" is bound by the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
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 […]