The United States Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of Catholic Social Services in a high-profile case involving LGBT foster parents. This has sparked a renewed conversation about religious freedom […]
Republican states are passing bans on teaching critical race theory. Will those bans past constitutional muster? That depends on who’s bringing the suit. We’ll talk with journalism professor Frank LoMonte.
On January 8th, Twitter announced that it was “permanently suspending” Donald J. Trump’s Twitter account, due to the risk of “further incitement of violence.” The decision by the private corporation […]
There’s been a lot of talk lately about free speech and the First Amendment. What is—and what isn’t—protected free speech? Today on the show, legal expert Howard Schweber breaks it […]
The newspaper the Guardian has documented at least 50 incidents since May 25 where police appear to have targeted journalists covering protests stemming from the death of George Floyd. One […]
After 16-year-old Amyiah Cohoon posted on Instagram about her struggle with COVID-19, she was contacted by the Marquette County Sheriff’s office. A Marquette County Patrol Officer, under orders from the […]