There’s a story firing around the web today — and getting a major amount of news media attention — that shouting or writing “F*** Biden” is “not just dangerous … but such threats may be criminal, too.”
The white-hot battle over Texas’s new law restricting abortion generally is not seen as including First Amendment concerns — but it does and should.
Journalists are our eyes and ears in places the rest of the world can’t —or won’t — go. Sometimes in places that take access, like the White House or professional locker rooms. Other times, in places that take extreme bravery, like war zones.
The following is an excerpt of Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and author Isabel Wilkerson’s remarks on accepting the Freedom Forum’s Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media. Watch the program here.
Award-Winning Journalist and Author Isabel Wilkerson Will Receive the 2021 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media on Monday, June 21
In the new religious America, Protestants are no longer the majority faith, minority religions are increasingly visible and vocal and growing numbers of people have no religious affiliation at all.
By Gene Policinski, Freedom Forum Senior Fellow for the First Amendment A “free press” should be just that: Free to conduct interviews without prior review of quotes or stories by government officials.
Facebook’s “supreme court” on Wednesday approved the ban that blocked former President Donald J. Trump from using Facebook and Instagram after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol – but said the social media giant should define how long the penalty will last.