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Democratic mayors threaten Trump and business owners

Democratic mayors threaten Trump and business owners

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In a late night vote, Senate fails to resolve standoff on civil liberties

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Hillary Clinton promise to restrict freedom of speech

Hillary Clinton promise to restrict freedom of speech

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The future of censorship is near

The future of censorship is near

The late Christopher Hitchens warned about increased censorship inspired by political correctness.

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Obama is not Commander-in-Chief of foreign policy

Obama is not Commander-in-Chief of foreign policy

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Oklahoma Univ. violated First Amendment rights of racists

Oklahoma Univ. violated First Amendment rights of racists

So wrote David Swerdlick at The Root.

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Politicians emulate Islamic State's intolerance

Politicians emulate Islamic State's intolerance

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An Open Letter to Democratic California legislators

An Open Letter to Democratic California legislators

The Constitutional rights of all Americans are in jeopardy because seven Democratic California legislators are interfering with hiring practices and personnel policies of private, parochial schools. Full text of letter.

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Maine judge considers ruling on free speech 'dead zone'

Maine judge considers ruling on free speech 'dead zone'

At issue in Portland ME is a law that limits free speech within a 39-foot long area and fines those who violate a free-speech 'buffer zone.' Supreme Court is expected to rule as well.

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More Illinois women allege illegal police strip-searches

More Illinois women allege illegal police strip-searches

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US military chaplains concerned about freedom of religion

US military chaplains concerned about freedom of religion

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Justice Scalia breaks down majority opinion on DOMA

Justice Scalia breaks down majority opinion on DOMA

Scalia denounced the majority opinion on DOMA saying that it cast proponents of traditional marriage as a "wild-eyed lynch mob" while besmirching the Executive and Legislative branches of federal government.

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Federal court rules in favor of free speech in Michigan

Federal court rules in favor of free speech in Michigan

The ACLU and the Thomas More Law Center both supported a student's right to free speech in a high school classroom.

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Further governmental intromission into freedom of assembly

Further governmental intromission into freedom of assembly

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Obama substitutes mourning mother for his weekly address

Obama substitutes mourning mother for his weekly address

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New Mexico school needs a lesson on the Constitution

New Mexico school needs a lesson on the Constitution

Goddard High School of Roswell NM needs to treat all students regardless of their religious affiliation with equality.

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Thought for the Day: Government is a dangerous servant

Thought for the Day: Government is a dangerous servant

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Students sue Eastern Michigan University for squelching free speech

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A Catholic view on gun control: rebuilding a culture of life

A Catholic view on gun control: rebuilding a culture of life

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Catholic bishops decry 'same-sex' benefits at DoD

Catholic bishops decry 'same-sex' benefits at DoD

Archbishop Broglio, who leads the Catholic chaplains in the US military, how a new DoD policy on benefits for same-sex partners can possibly square with already established law.

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U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

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Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power: book review

Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power: book review

The witty and acerbic Rachel Maddow turns her analysis towards the unending growth of the national security state in the US.

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An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

Putting U.S. military forces into law enforcement roles is against the letter and spirit of Posse Comitatus, which prohibited the use of military force for law enforcement.

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Catholic Church goes on the offensive against Obamacare

Catholic Church goes on the offensive against Obamacare

Multiple Catholic dioceses and other institutions have filed lawsuits against the Obama administration, naming Kathleen Sebelius and Hilda Solis (both of whom are Catholic).

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Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Currently missing in action in the currently combative electoral debate is any discussion of the most basic right, guaranteed heretofore by the Constitution: freedom of worship.

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A Christian perspective on the Trayvon Martin case

A Christian perspective on the Trayvon Martin case

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Significant change afoot for the American Catholic Church

Significant change afoot for the American Catholic Church

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Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

A sign at the Washington DC Metro system was found offensive by a Democratic lawmaker.

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No Free Speech at Mr. Jefferson's Library

No Free Speech at Mr. Jefferson's Library

Incidents involving police and the Occupy movement in NYC and California illustrate the limits of free speech. Or do they? The new Thought Crimes.

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Church/State relations increasingly challenged

Church/State relations increasingly challenged

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The case of the embattled Fr. Frank Pavone: The Cost of Discipleship

The case of the embattled Fr. Frank Pavone: The Cost of Discipleship

Catholic priests constitute the most persecuted class of individuals in the U.S., and are often poorly treated by their superiors.

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Bishop Lori offers a 'Catholic vision of freedom for all'

Bishop Lori offers a 'Catholic vision of freedom for all'

Bishop William Lori of Connecticut testified before the US House of Representatives' Judiciary Committee on the inroads of the Obama Administration into freedom of religion.

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