IFS Condemns Capitol Riot

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January 13, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  ,

The Institute for Free Speech condemns the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol. These rioters sought to undermine our Constitution, a peaceful transition of ...

All I Want for Christmas Is Lawmakers to Respect Privacy

December 16, 2020   •  By Tiffany Donnelly   •  , , ,

New York Rep. Tom Suozzi plans to use the FEC's disclosure database to name and shame New Yorkers who donate to candidates he doesn’t ...

Top 4 Money in Politics Takeaways from the 2020 Election Cycle

December 15, 2020   •  By Nathan Maxwell   •  , , , ,

If money suppresses turnout, it’s apparently quite bad at it – even worse if it purports to buy elections. If 2020 has shown us ...

Round-Up: 2020 Elections Demonstrate Money Doesn’t Buy Success at the Polls

December 10, 2020   •  By Alex Baiocco   •  ,

Perhaps the clearest lesson to emerge from the November 2020 election results is that money can’t buy votes. We compiled links to notable reporting ...

IFS Joins Amicus Brief Calling for Equal Rights for Non-Media Speakers

December 9, 2020   •  By Luke Wachob   •  , ,

Does freedom of the press belong to the institutional media or to every American who wishes to publish? The Institute for Free Speech joined ...

IFS, CAIR Team Up to Protest Ninth Circuit Decision

November 30, 2020   •  By Zac Morgan   •  , ,

When it comes to success in the courts, the rules of access matter just as much as judicial precedents or the judges on the ...

California’s Personalized License Plate Dispute Has Big Implications for Free Speech

November 17, 2020   •  By Wen Fa   •  , ,

Countless Californians are denied the opportunity to express themselves through personalized license plate configurations because California regulation prohibits personalized plates that are “offensive to ...

Facebook’s Political Ad Blackout Is Terrible for Democracy

October 28, 2020   •  By Alec Greven   •  , ,

This week, Facebook began shutting out thousands of voices from discussions on political or social issues. The company’s blackout on new political and issue ...

Highlights of First Amendment-Related Exchanges Between Judge Barrett and Senate Judiciary Committee Members

The Institute for Free Speech reviewed transcripts of Judge Barrett’s answers to questions from members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee during days two ...

Third Parties Are Excluded from the Presidential Debates – And Punished by Campaign Finance Laws

October 22, 2020   •  By Scott Blackburn   •  , , ,

It’s not just the debates that advantage major party candidates: The entire campaign finance ecosystem has been purposefully crafted to maintain the two-party duopoly. ...

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