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TCU Student Punished For Criticizing Islam, Baltimore Riots

Todd Starnes | Aug 03, 2015

All it took was 140 characters for Texas Christian University to suspend a conservative student who posted a series of social networking posts that insulted the Islamic State, the Baltimore rioters and Mexicans. 130 more words

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Morning shows are awful....

Well not all, but the ones on terrestrial radio sure as hell are. This morning my boss decided to listen to WPGC on a radio loud enough that even with my headphones the craptasticalness of it still bled through. 503 more words


Mississippi’s All Up in Your Google Activity

By Samia Hossain, William J. Brennan Fellow & Esha Bhandari | ACLU | August 3, 2015

An overzealous attorney general is trying to police online speech by capitalizing on the reams of data Google stores about its users.

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Suspended Hartford Assistant Fire Chief Files Lawsuit

(WTNH) — The battle of words involving a suspended Hartford deputy fire chief and his superiors has taken another turn.  Daniel Nolan has now filed a lawsuit. 115 more words


ALERT: MP threatens Christian teachers with anti-terror laws

In 2009 the previous director of MI5, Dame Stella Rimington, warned that “Britain is sleepwalking into a police state”.

This fact was one of several to which I referred in my first email alerting church leaders upon biblical End-times: … 695 more words


More Senators Join Fight Against ITAR Prior Restraint

The fight against the State Department’s imposition of a prior restraint on free speech under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR”) ramps up on the Hill – even as Congress begins its summer recess. 473 more words

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