Detroit Police Sergeant Under Investigation After Criticism of Beyonce’s Superbowl Performance

  February 11, 2016  by Jonathan Turley There is a free speech controversy brewing out of Detroit where an unnamed police sergeant is under investigation for expressing his opinion about the controversial Beyonce performance in the halftime show of the Superbowl. Beyonce dressed herself and her dancers like Black Panthers and formed a X in an apparent … More Detroit Police Sergeant Under Investigation After Criticism of Beyonce’s Superbowl Performance

Supreme Court Stays EPA’s Enforcement of the Obama “Clean Power Plan”

Feb 10, 2016 by Mass Warren   By a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court on February 9 granted a request made by 29 states and state agencies to stay the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan. The application for the stay (State of West Virginia, State of Texas, et al. v United States Environmental Protection Agency, … More Supreme Court Stays EPA’s Enforcement of the Obama “Clean Power Plan”

Texas State Bar Votes To Disbar Former Prosecutor For Role In Conviction Of Innocent Man

February 9, 2016  Jonathan Turley The Board of Disciplinary Appeals (appointed by the Texas Supreme Court) has upheld a state licensing board’s decision to disbar former prosecutor Charles Sebesta for his role in convicting an innocent man. Anthony Graves spent 18 years on death row for setting a fire that killed six people. Sebesta’s conduct was … More Texas State Bar Votes To Disbar Former Prosecutor For Role In Conviction Of Innocent Man

San Diego church sues state agency over requirement to provide abortion coverage

  Feb 6, 2016   SAN DIEGO — A lawsuit was filed in state court Feb. 4 against the California Department of Managed Health Care for forcing churches to pay for elective abortions in their health insurance plans. The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys representing Skyline Wesleyan Church, La Mesa, Calif. in the state suit, … More San Diego church sues state agency over requirement to provide abortion coverage

Sixth Grade Student Allegedly Removed From School Due To DNA Profile

Feb 6, 206 By Darren Smith     A California school district faces a lawsuit which has been appealed to the Ninth Circuit were parents of a six-year-old boy having genetic markers for the condition of cystic fibrosis brought suit against the Palo Alto Unified School District claiming the district violated the Americans with Disabilities … More Sixth Grade Student Allegedly Removed From School Due To DNA Profile

Christians “Should be Eradicated”: Researchers Document Anti-Christian Agenda Among Powerful Elite

Feb 4, 2016  by Selwyn Duke   A student is punished for refusing to “stomp on Jesus,” a Christian baker faces a year in jail for refusing to cater faux marriages, two men are arrested for reading the Bible aloud near a government building, a school “purges” Christian works from its library. Critics asserting the existence of … More Christians “Should be Eradicated”: Researchers Document Anti-Christian Agenda Among Powerful Elite

No Car For You: Tesla’s Musk Punishes Customer For Critical Posting By Canceling His Car Order

Feb 4, 2016 by  Jonathan Turley Here goes any chance I have in getting a Tesla. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is at the heart of an interesting controversy after he punished a customer for a critical posting about the badly planned launch event for the new model. Musk appears to have a rather authoritarian view … More No Car For You: Tesla’s Musk Punishes Customer For Critical Posting By Canceling His Car Order

Television, Football and Politics: Gaming Spectacles Designed to Keep the Police State in Power

February 01, 2016  By John W. Whitehead Big Brother does not watch us, by his choice. We watch him, by ours. There is no need for wardens or gates or Ministries of Truth. When a population becomes distracted by trivia, when cultural life is redefined as a perpetual round of entertainments, when serious public conversation … More Television, Football and Politics: Gaming Spectacles Designed to Keep the Police State in Power

Trooper Gets a Lesson on First Amendment Right to Video in Public from Knowledgeable Citizen

Jan 30, 2016 by Tim Brown   A New York State trooper stopped a man who was videoing a detention facility with a drone in an attempt to violate the man’s rights, which are protected under the First Amendment. What he got instead was a humiliating lesson to not do it again. Trooper D. M. … More Trooper Gets a Lesson on First Amendment Right to Video in Public from Knowledgeable Citizen