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Glenn Greenwald: A Quiz for the West’s Great Free Speech Advocates and Supporters of Anjem Choudary’s Arrest

Many of the West’s most vocal self-proclaimed free speech champions are perfectly happy to see ideas criminalized as long as the ideas are the ones they hate, expressed by those they regard as adversaries…   

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International

Did love really win?

Recently, gay marriage has been legalized in the US. While some states already had made this decision, most of them hadn’t. So of course, this is great news. 477 more words

Thoughts

Gay Rights: My First Time To Unfollow

As I look up this morning at the top of my post, I see the rainbow that WP has added. It makes me smile :) 299 more words

Social Good

Love Wins, Love Conquers All

How could there be a more beautiful moment than when those few words were announced? Love wins, because how could it not? How can we have gotten away for so long banning those who love each other from legally stating so? 934 more words

Constitutional Rights

Noah Webster Didn’t Define “Collective” as a Noun

“Toland,” one of the regular “commenters” on this blog, posted the following comment.  I replied.  Both comments appear towards the end of one of my recent articles where they’re not likely to seen by many more readers..  703 more words

Government

American Law II: a must!

As a second year student at the Grande Ecole du Droit, one of the courses you will have during your second semester is American Law II, taught by Pauline Abadie. 441 more words

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Indiana University (Law)

Rare Book Repository Map

Maurer School of Law – Indiana University

Also located on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University is the Maurer School of Law rare books collection. 100 more words

Rare Book Repository Map