Recently, the state of California published more than 1,700 Schedule B forms on a public website over a period of many years. The left wants this information so it can organize campaigns to denounce and boycott donors to conservative causes.
The awful events of Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol revived talk of the crime of sedition. That crime is defined in the law books as “overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that tends toward incitement of discontent or rebellion against the established order.”
Conservative group Vermont Liberty Network held a rally Saturday that drew about 70 Vermonters to celebrate the Green Mountain Boys and hear from a journalist who was banned from attending the governor’s press conferences.
If Gov. Scott and BLM wish to introduce a new amendment to the United States Constitution to override the Supreme Court’s rulings, that is the legal path to change the Bill of Rights, not sneaky COVID orders that aggressively trundle well-established liberties.
Social media companies have policed coronavirus-related content based on information from top health organizations, even as those organizations have contradicted themselves.
The case is a significant win for the First Amendment and protection of religious speech on the campus of a public college. It portends more thoughtful administration of speech policies on campuses.
NEK-TV host Steve Merrill says his being banned from the governor’s biweekly press briefings will have a “chilling effect” on media in Vermont.
Though the quip about Elizabeth Warren’s cheekbones may have been a little gratuitous given the setting, Merrill’s question is more than valid. In fact, it is essential that it be answered.
Florida is proposing policy changes that would prevent Big Tech firms from censoring conservatives, including daily fines as well as civil suits related to deceptive and unfair trade practices.
Experts have recommended that President Joe Biden appoint a “reality czar” to “tackle disinformation,” the New York Times reported Tuesday.
Biden is now in charge of the world’s largest law firm as well as armies of federal enforcement agents. Biden and his Democratic allies have the tools to assure a steady stream of denunciations and indictments in the coming years against Americans targeted for their political beliefs.
Perhaps the most potentially dangerous abuse came last week when a legislator requested the attorney general if it was possible to subpoena the bus company that drove 51 Vermonters to Washington to attend the pro-Trump rally on Jan. 6 to supply the names of those who went.