A judge grants a restraining order to protect the L.A. police commission president from a BLM activist.

A North Carolina school board voted against a requested Confederate flag ban on school campuses.

Oberlin College placed professor on leave over alleged anti-Semitic comments. Her comments outraged the college's board of trustees.

The Georgia Supreme Court sided with the KKK in its battle to adopt a stretch of a pubic highway. It's a key victory in the hate group's demand for free speech rights.

Here’s some news out of Ferguson from HelloBeautiful, Ferguson is still getting poor reviews in its methods of interacting with and managing the public in times of crisis. The Justice Department is announcing that the city was inconsistent and unlawful towards residents’ rights to free speech at the time of the Michael Brown shooting. The […]

The future of President Barack Obama‘s landmark health care law and same-sex marriage hang in abeyance as the Supreme Court’s term draws rapidly to a…

Was it a violation of students’ “free speech” or school safety concerns? The Court rules.  CNN.com has the complete story.  Read more: