The conduct of “Robin Hoods” who feed about-to-expire meters while following parking enforcement officers is protected under the First Amendment, though the city of Keene has a right to pursue an injunction against them.
On Thursday, the state’s highest court will hear arguments about whether the 1946 law violates the First Amendment.
Keller hopes online harassers will go the way of smokers.
Most of this is old news, but the thing that gave me a jump-start this morning was the newspaper headline (out of Kansas City I believe) which stated….”The Supreme Court made the right call on funeral protests.” No it did not!
The Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas has a victory from the Supreme Court, but was the Supreme Court right?
Let’s stand by the First Amendment, as a slain soldier’s father suggests, not shrink from it, even though the Supreme Court says it protects military funeral protests.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says the commitment to free speech doesn’t mean the nation has to tolerate what he calls a “vicious verbal assault.”
A federal judge ruled that a new Massachusetts law aimed at protecting children from online predators, violates the First Amendment.