Freedom of (lack of) Speech

On Monday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case regarding the right of Christian, non profit, “crisis pregnancy centers” (you know, the ones that masquerade as legitimate medical facilities, and pressure vulnerable women into carrying unwanted pregnancies to term), and their First Amendment rights. These organizations, represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom argue that... Continue Reading →

Reporter’s (Lack of) Privilege

Legally, lawyers are not forced to disclose incriminating information about their clients. This goes for doctors as well. These rights are granted to individuals with these careers so that the law does not interfere with their ability to carry out their job. One would think that journalists may be granted a similar right, so that... Continue Reading →

“Change Libel Laws?”-POTUS

“The failing @nytimes has disgraced the media world. Gotten me wrong for two solid years. Change libel laws?" -The President of the United States, via Twitter, on March 30, 2017   Apparently, a part of Donald Trump’s exceptional plan to “Make America Great Again” involves taking a step backwards through time to when journalism was... Continue Reading →

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