NLRB vs Boeing — Tyranny vs Freedom


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Shocking dictatorial practices in the US.

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Chancellor Angela Merkel Charged


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In Germany, expressing happiness about bin Laden’s death comes with legal consequences.

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Free Speech Under Assault at Sinclair Community College

Arnold Ahlert is a former NY Post op-ed columnist currently contributing to JewishWorldReview.com, HumanEvents.com and CanadaFreePress.com. He may be reached at atahlert@comcast.net.


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The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education challenges another college speech code.

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Elian Gonzalez: When Eric Holder Earned His Spurs


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Remembering how Clinton’s INS forcibly returned a Cuban slave when Castro clapped his hands.

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In Defense of Freedom

Deborah Weiss, Esq. is a regular contributor to FrontPage Magazine and the Washington Times. She is a contributing author to “Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network” and the primary writer and researcher for “Council on American Islamic Relations: Its Use of Lawfare and Intimidation.” You can find more of her articles on www.vigilancenow.org


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Ashcroft’s speech at the Heritage Foundation reminds us of a time when securing freedom was a government priority.

Judicial Power Grabs


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When Supreme Court justices aren’t satisfied with their role.

The Canadian Counterterrorism Money Solution


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A new promising frontier emerges in Canada in the terror war.

Legacy of a Judicial Activist


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John Paul Stevens prepares to retire after 35 years on the Supreme Court.

Victory for Free Speech on Campus: Federal Court Strikes Down Gun Rights Protest Restrictions at Tarrant County College


Late yesterday, in a striking victory for the First Amendment on campus, a federal district court in Texas ruled that a number of restrictions on students’ speech at Tarrant County College (TCC) are unconstitutional.

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The debate over affirmative action in higher education, largely dormant since 2003, when the Supreme Court affirmed racial preferences at the University of Michigan School of Law, may soon come roaring back.