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Self-Styled Campaign Finance “Reformers” Jump the Shark

Self-Styled Campaign Finance “Reformers” Jump the Shark Ten Stunts, Antics, and Exploits That Show Many Anti-Free Speech Activists Have Lost It By Luke Wachob Introduction What do activists do when the government isn’t prioritizing their cause? What does the head of a federal agency do when she doesn’t get her way? What do “good government” […]

Filed Under: Amending Press Release/In the News/Blog, Amending the Constitution, Blog, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, Enforcement, Faulty Assumptions, FEC, First Amendment, Issues, Money in Politics, Research, Super PACs, Super PACs, "John Doe", Ann Ravel, Democracy Spring, Doug Hughes, ellen weintraub, federal election commission, Gyrocopter, Larry Lessig, Mayday PAC, Udall Amendment, Zephyr Teachout, Enforcement, Faulty Assumptions, First Amendment, Enforcement, Faulty Assumptions, First Amendment, Super PACs, Wisconsin

Free Speech Under Fire: The Future of the First Amendment

In a set of remarks preceded by Brooklyn Law School President and Joseph Crea Dean Nicholas W. Allard, famed First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams muses on the recent and founding history of First Amendment law. Abrams is a longtime partner at Cahill Gordon & Reindel and was counsel on well-known First Amendment cases like the Pentagon […]

Filed Under: First Amendment, Jurisprudence & Litigation, Research, Antonin Scalia, Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Bill of Rights, Brown v. EMA, corruption, Floyd Abrams, Founding Fathers, Hill v. Colorado, Nicholas W. Allard, Samuel Alito, Stephen Breyer, First Amendment, Jurisprudence & Litigation, First Amendment, Jurisprudence & Litigation

Freedom of Speech and Equality: Do We Have to Choose?

In this essay, Nadine Strossen, the John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law at New York Law School and former president of the ACLU, argues that the principles of freedom of speech and equality are not in conflict, as is often claimed by those who criticize protections for hateful or offensive speech. Written as part […]

Filed Under: First Amendment, Research, ACLU, Campus Speech, Hate Speech, Nadine Strossen, First Amendment, First Amendment

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