Military sacrificing good order for politically correct double standard

Ian McEwan and the precious gift of being offended

Egypt’s vanishing youth

Hey, I don’t like your voice inflection!

Why redefining marriage is already an issue

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‘Tolerance is a two-way street’, church leader says

Pro-lifer’s NAACP parody wins court appeal

USC to tighten free speech policies after pro-life banners prompted controversy

Marriage: democracy on trial

Appeal reverses earlier decision against Radiance Foundation

A fourth to be reckoned with

In victory for free speech, NAACP loses court battle to silence black pro-life activist

Black pro-lifer wins fight against NAACP over abortion parody

Abortion ‘parody’ of NAACP is constitutional speech: court

Appeals court rules against NAACP in abortion free speech lawsuit

NAACP loses battle to silence black pro-lifer who bashed its pro-abortion stance

Valencia College sonography students allege retaliation for objecting to transvaginal ultrasounds by classmates

    FIRE: Two former students of Valencia College, a public institution in Orlando, Florida, have accused college officials of violating their First Amendment rights after they were allegedly punished for complaining about Valencia’s practice of having female students repeatedly undergo transvaginal ultrasounds at the hands of their classmates. The unnamed students filed a complaint in federal court last week, claiming that faculty members threatened their academic standing and future careers in retaliation for their speech.

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