I think we all know Bari Weiss and Thomas Chatterton Williams will be issuing public statements about free speech on criticizing Israel anytime now: At The Arkansas Times, a publication.
On June 5, 1939, the Supreme Court decided Hague v. CIO. This case decided that the streets were public spaces where unions could organize under the principle of the First.
On January 6, 1909, oral arguments before the Supreme Court concluded in the case of Moyer v. Peabody. The decision by the Court on January 18 gave official approval for.
This opinion piece by Catherine Fisk and Edwin Chemerinsky is quite interesting. Did the Supreme Court accidentally set a precedent to eliminate bans on labor picketing? Reed v. Town of.
The broad-based attack on "incivility" from academics continues. But of course "civility" can only be defined as language that makes the administrator class comfortable. Given that these administrators see themselves.
In the corporate university, money is what counts. Without public support, universities have become captured by the wealthy donors and corporations who fund them. This is a major contributor to.
Brooklyn College's Department of Political Science, the home department of Corey Robin among others, is under attack for inviting speakers such as Judith Butler and Omar Barghouti to speak on.
I assume that conservatives' spirited defense of free speech in fighting the California law banning the use of gay conversion therapies for minors means that they will provide equally full-throated.