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Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen asks judge to dismiss Roy Moore lawsuit

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen asked a federal judge to dismiss Roy Moore’s defamation lawsuit over a television segment that lampooned Moore in...

J. Pepper Bryars: Alabama moves to protect free speech on campus

Free speech zones, meant to move certain discussions away from where they could offend listeners, or be heard at all. Speech codes, meant...

Appeals court blocks Alabama execution of Muslim inmate

A federal appeals court on Wednesday blocked the planned execution of an Alabama inmate to consider whether the state was violating the Muslim inmate’s...

Jeff Sessions, Justice Department defend college students First Amendment rights

Jeff Sessions is making headlines this week and setting off the liberal left with common sense, constitutional actions. Among his actions giving the "open minded,"...

From Roseanne to Jim Bonner why don’t people think before they...

Enough already with the racist, sexist, otherwise insanely offensive social media posts. It's not funny and in fact it's down right inexcusable. We need to get...

Finally, the NFL takes a stand against the knee

The NFL announced new guidelines for players, in terms of how the respond to the National Anthem on Wednesday, and my reaction is (along...

Religious freedom could top Jeff Sessions civil rights priorities

When President Donald Trump spoke to the National Prayer Breakfast this month, he underscored his vow to defend the religious rights of the conservative...

Justices raise doubts over law barring offensive trademarks

In a First Amendment clash over a law barring offensive trademarks, the Supreme Court on Wednesday raised doubts about a government program that favors...

Donald Trump’s idea of ‘presidential’ diverges from past presidents

Donald Trump, that most unconventional of presidential candidates, last spring pledged that he would act perfectly presidential when the time was right. "I will be...

Federal appeals court upholds Alabama law banning public payroll deductions for...

A federal appeals court upheld an Alabama law that makes it difficult for public employee unions to raise funds for political activities by automatic...
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