Donald Trump’s demonizing of the news media affects African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans and Native Americans, too, although you might not realize it from some of the conversations about the First Amendment taking place in the media and other public spaces.
Looks like the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate is following the Trump playbook to denounce all things it doesn’t like, since it has passed a bill to allow authorities to seize the assets of protesters.
President-elect Donald Trump is destroying freedoms on Twitter again. Despite two U.S. Supreme Court rulings that burning the U.S. flag is a right protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution, Trump tweeted Tuesday that burning the American flag should result in a penalty that could include jail time or…
Several protesters who were arrested at a vigil for Alfred Olango in El Cajon, Calif., on Oct. 1 have filed a lawsuit, accusing police of violating their civil rights by wrongfully ordering them to disperse, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The University of Tennessee will not take disciplinary action against the law professor who urged Charlotte, N.C., motorists to run down protesters who were blocking roads last week, the school announced Tuesday.
A Fayetteville, N.C., history teacher was put on paid administrative leave Tuesday after sparking controversy after he stepped on the U.S. flag while giving a lesson on the First Amendment, the Fayetteville Observer reports.