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YouTube Will Not Have to Remove Anti-Muslim Video

YouTube Will Not Have to Remove Anti-Muslim Video Summary: The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a controversial anti-Muslim video may be viewed on YouTube’s website, due to the protections of the First Amendment. According to Mercury News, a federal appeals court has ruled that requiring…>read more

No Comment May 18, 2015

Georgia Woman Threatens to Kill White Police on Facebook Post

Georgia Woman Threatens to Kill White Police on Facebook Post Summary: A Georgia woman with a legal studies degree used Facebook to express anger and threaten to kill at least 15 white police officers while claiming freedom of speech protection. A woman with an advanced legal studies degree was arrested…>read more

No Comment May 1, 2015

New Case Seeks to Legalize Prostitution in California

New Case Seeks to Legalize Prostitution in California Summary: An advocacy group has filed a lawsuit in California that would decriminalize prostitution in the state. According to ABC News, a lawsuit filed last month will attempt to decriminalize prostitution in the state of California. The lawsuit argues that…>read more

No Comment April 17, 2015

California Lawyer Submits Ballot Proposal that Homosexuals be Killed

California Lawyer Submits Ballot Proposal that Homosexuals be Killed Summary: A lawyer in California has submitted a ballot proposal that homosexuals be killed. California’s new ballot proposal seeking to kill gays and lesbians – by a bullet to the head, it suggests – is testing the limits of the…>read more

3 Comments March 23, 2015

Ground Zero Cross Stays in Museum, Court Rules

Ground Zero Cross Stays in Museum, Court Rules   The “Cross at Ground Zero” stays, ruled a federal appeals court. A group of atheists had brought their case for its removal after being dismissed in a Manhattan Federal Court. The “Cross,” which is in fact the remains of…>read more

No Comment July 29, 2014

ACLU Challenges Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law in Court

ACLU Challenges Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law in Court Idaho’s Ag-Gag law, recently signed by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter, has been challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho in federal court, and on Monday the organization asked the court to strike down the law. ACLU was joined…>read more

No Comment March 17, 2014

Supreme Court Comes up with New Regulations to Ban Demonstrations on Supreme Court Plaza

Supreme Court Comes up with New Regulations to Ban Demonstrations on Supreme Court Plaza Within two days of a federal judge declaring the 1949 law banning demonstrations on the Supreme Court Plaza as unconstitutional, the Supreme Court came up with new regulations to continue the ban. The new regulation bans activities “that involve the…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2013

Anti-Muslim Filmmaker who Sparked Libyan Riots and Murders Goes into Hiding

Anti-Muslim Filmmaker who Sparked Libyan Riots and Murders Goes into Hiding Eleven years after 9/11, Muslim extremists are as murderous as ever, killing four Americans in the Libyan American Embassy on September 11. Their motive is to express outrage at a two-hour film, publicly shown but once to a mostly empty…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2012

Marine Discharged for Facebook Comments Will Take His Case Federal if Needed

Marine Discharged for Facebook Comments Will Take His Case Federal if Needed Sgt. Gary Stein has been given an other-than-honorable discharge for his anti-Obama comments on Facebook; now he is seeking legal aid to protect his right to free speech. Stein his served in the Corps for nine years, spending time in…>read more

No Comment April 26, 2012

South Korean Blogger Jailed Without Bail

South Korean Blogger Jailed Without Bail He goes by the username “Minerva,” after the Greek goddess of wisdom. He rose from anonymity in South Korea, for accurately predicting the current economic crisis. He even predicted the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Now, the 31 year old Park…>read more

No Comment January 19, 2009

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