The COVFEFE Act Triggers 1st Amendment Concerns

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Life increasingly mimics art (or what now resembles art), as Rep. Mile Quigley (D-Ill.) has introduced the so-called COVFEFE Act, preventing the President from deleting any of his social media posts. In other words, a Congressman is now using legislation to troll the President’s Twitter feed. As the trolls now disembark the Internet and storm the halls of Congress, I’m …

Berkeley College Republicans Lawsuit a Bold Stand Against Censorship

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The backlash against the anti-speech movement among American universities continues, as conservative activists have sued UC Berkeley for its unjustifiable restrictions that led to the cancellations of speeches by Ann Coulter and David Horowitz. The message is simple: public universities cannot make conservative speech more difficult than other speech. The lawsuit—titled Young America’s Foundation v. Napolitano and filed by San …

No, Rachel Maddow Didn’t Commit a Felony

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Well, at least Geraldo’s off the hook now. Rachel Maddow promised a scoop and delivered a flop. She Tweeted: “BREAKING: We’ve got Trump’s tax returns.” Droves of angry anti-Trump viewers tuned in, pitchforks in hand, prepared to storm the White House and pillory the President for what must surely have been an impeachable—ney, treasonous—offense. What she produced instead was a …

Jordan’s Law Would Discourage Lawful Video Recordings

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California Assemblyman Matt Dababneh (D-Encino) has introduced a bill making it illegal to conspire to video record a violent felony. Simply stated, this law would—like the preexisting laws discussed below—incriminate the cameraman if he and the attacker were acting in cahoots, and it would also enhance the attacker’s sentence. This bill—introduced as AB 1542 and referred to as Jordan’s Law—is …