The decision of a New York newspaper to publish the names of handgun owners has sparked a new debate about the Freedom of Information Act and how it relates to two constitutional amendments. The First Amendment allows the media to publish information of public interest, and the Second Amendment, as interpreted under a Supreme Court […]
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The United States and 80 key allies didn’t sign a draft United Nations treaty on Friday that proposed that individual nations can potentially censor the Internet.
Is the future of Internet free speech really at stake today as secret United Nations meetings start in Dubai about a new international law? Or is the controversy massively overblown? There seems to be some truth in both claims.
You can’t put a price on justice — but some are trying to charge a fee to fix what others call an injustice.
Should yoga sessions in public schools be subject to the same restrictions as religious ceremonies? A group of 60 Southern California parents thinks so–they want to pull yoga out of their school district’s curriculum.