Four advertisers, all with different ideological leanings, had their ads banned from the WMATA for being too controversial.
The Washington Redskins and Asian rock band “The Slants” have one thing in common: A fight to register a trademark that may be considered offensive to some groups.
On June 26, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the state of Missouri could not deny a scrap tire grant to an entity on the sole grounds of them being church.
While many would love to see different types of hate speech exempted from First Amendment protections, there are good reasons why it is protected.
There are nations around the world where reporters are prosecuted, and sometimes jailed, because they exposed corruption, reported news of the day, or ran a story counter to what the state would approve.