When Twitter labelled a tweet by President Trump and linked to fact-checking sites, the president reacted by threatening to strongly regulate or shut down platforms that squelch free speech. Since then, he signed an executive order making such platforms liable to lawsuits the same as publishers when they exercise editorial decisions, rather than merely allow […]
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio threatens to fine and, if necessary, shut down churches and synagogues which ignore orders to avoid social gathering during the COVID-19 pandemic. Is this an egregious attack on our First Amendment freedom guarantees, or are people of faith putting their own traditions before the public health? Bill Whittle Now […]
The parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting may sue Remington Arms over the way the firearms company marketed its AR-15 style Bushmaster rifle, according to the U.S. Supreme Court. Can marketing be murder?
New study shows that almost all political tweets come from a tiny fraction of Twitter users. Does this mean that America is not as divided as we’d think from scanning social media? Should government step in to stop these bad actors from splitting our Republic, risking a civil war?
Sevier County, TN, Commissioner Warren Hurst calls Pete Buttigieg’s presidential candidacy “as ugly as you can get” because Mayor Pete is “a queer”. Hurst was making an argument about his county becoming a gun sanctuary, but has drawn national protest and ridicule for his broader comments about society, Democrats, homosexuality, and the waning rights of white men.
Does an American citizen have freedom of speech to urge an illegal alien to violate immigration law? The Supreme Court takes up a 1st Amendment case of a Evelyn Sineneng-Smith who urged unqualified immigrants to stay in the United States as part of a fraudulent business she ran, duping clients out of thousands of dollars with false promises. Should open-borders Progressives and Democrats have a protected free speech right to verbally induce people to break the law?
In the wake of The New York Times story “The Making of a YouTube Radical” — that tarred Bill Whittle, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson and others — it’s time for “the paper of record” to meet some of the real Members of a private Conservative video enclave. (Progressives prepare to be shocked.) Rather than a monolithic demographic cluster of old, white, heterosexual men, we find a cross-section of America.
Marcus Lemonis, owner of Camping World and star of CNBC’s ‘The Profit’, must take down the 40′ x 80′ American flag he flies over his North Carolina business, Camping World. Lemonis refuses, and pays the daily fine. Now, Statesville is suing him to force him into compliance with the city ordinance regarding flag sizes within 100-feet of a highway.