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San Diego Free Speech Fight

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On February 19, 2012
This year is the 100th anniversary of the San Diego Free Speech Fight, when I.W.W. speakers were routinely denied their First Amendment rights for speaking in public about workers’ rights. Locked in prisons and beaten by police, it became a national news story. One of many free speech fights the Wobblies engaged in the American […]
Mayor Richie Rich and his faithful dog dollar. (TM) Hey, he definitely has the Althouse vote locked up!   Perhaps Mayor Rich will talk about how he likes to take friends on walks through Zucotti Park and will explain that if he doesn’t punch hippies he might also have to tolerate atheists and then the world […]

My Question

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On March 26, 2011
I wonder how Althouse’s low-wattage cheering section reconciles her recent discovery that private corporations should be committed to “viewpoint neutrality” with their terror over the consequences of restoring the fairness doctrine (which is totally going to happen despite the near-total lack of political support, just you wait!) If I may be permitted to state the […]
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