Round-Up: First Amendment Commentary on the Julian Assange Indictment

April 17, 2019   •  By Alex Baiocco   •  ,

The Institute for Free Speech has been tracking discussion in the media on the potential First Amendment implications of the Justice Department’s recent indictment ...

Regulating Speakers Harms First Amendment Rights, Whether They’re Professional Journalists or Not

April 16, 2019   •  By Alex Baiocco   •  , , , ,

Those rightly concerned about the creation of a sham “Journalism Ethics Board” should be similarly concerned about the immense powers granted to agencies, like ...

Nieves v. Bartlett

The Supreme Court should reject any mode of analysis for First Amendment retaliatory arrest claims that permits official conduct to go unchecked that is ...

Can Free Speech be Progressive? Only if Progressives Speak Freely.

September 12, 2018   •  By Eric Peterson   •  ,

A recent event at the Cato Institute examined the controversial question, “Can Free Speech be Progressive?” The query was posed by professor Louis Michael ...

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