Until we are all treated as equals, free speech won’t be a reality.
You may not like what someone has to say, but it is in YOUR best interest to make sure they can say it.
Condemning the inexcusable violence committed by the shooters in Garland, France and Denmark doesn’t stop us from questioning the justification for the cartoon contest and subsequent exhibit. Are they not simply provocations of a minority by the majority
Harris O’Malley reminds us that having a conflicting opinion isn’t a problem, but being an a**hole is.
Recent cases of tweets by a Boston University professor about racism and others have raised questions about what might be the limits to academic freedom.
Is it entitled for millennials to believe their opinions matter? Matthew Rozsa argues: No.
A former “ex-gay” movement leader rips up the argument against laws that ban therapists from trying to convert LGBT kids.
How freedom of speech is changing among today’s young people.
Dr. Kashif Chaudrhy calls out hypocrisy and misinformation that has circled free-speech countries since the Charlie Hedbdo attacks occurred.
Neal Brown believes that free speech is costly but worth the investment.
T. J. Sullivan sees the terror attack at ‘Charlie Hebdo’ in Paris as a reminder that defending freedom of speech means defending speech we find uncomfortable, offensive, or scary.
Lawmakers aim to silence a very specific group of people.
“If there was a push to block trolls and their commentary, you would deny them their voice and reduce their opinions to irrelevance,” writes Angelus Morningstar.
Kurt Baumeister calls out Gary Oldman on his irony.
Without meaning to, the late hatemonger did one good thing for tolerance in America.
Are you speaking up for others, or are you shouting them down?