Tag Archives: First Amendment

Judge determines Trump can be sued for inciting violence

Last night the continuing Horror caught up to me. I’ve been pretty combative over the past several weeks and emotional fisticuffs apparently transform one’s sense of horror into action. But last night I was depressed and today I still am. … Continue reading

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Gorsuch and women’s choice: he’s not with us

Just pulled this excerpt off SCOTUSblog. I don’t think I’d realized Gorsuch was on the court that decided these notorious–for women’s rights and for the First Amendment–cases. Thought you’d be eager to have your lousy memories about these cases refreshed, … Continue reading

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Is America today like Nazi Germany in the 1930s?

In many ways, yes. Here’s an American historian’s view, as reprinted by MediaMatters: In an interview with German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, Yale University history professor Timothy Snyder said the threat posed by President Donald Trump means “we have at most … Continue reading

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