Before I run out to the new Essex Market with my friend Wendl, here’s the once-sealed indictment of Jeffrey Epstein.
The “act of wearing almost no clothing while serving coffee in a retail establishment” is not protected First Amendment expression, says the Ninth Circuit. So no need to enjoin a pair of Everett, Wash. ordinances that require bikini baristas to … Continue reading
On this bizarre and disturbing Fourth of July, I ran into a fascinating and inspiring history of the founding of the ACLU. Which, of course, has a lot to do with the First Amendment and how the ACLU has defended … Continue reading
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Tagged ACLU, American Civil Liberties Union, Crystal Eastman, Cumberland Plateau, Dayton Tennessee, First Amendment, George Rappleyea, Rhea County Courthouse, Scopes trial, Tennessee River Valley, the Butler Act of 1925