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I Like Ike

“I Like Ike” is one of the catchiest and most well-known political slogans of all time. According to a decision that was issued by a federal judge in Virginia a few days ago, however, the modern-day equivalent—saying that you "like" a political candidate by using Facebook's "like" feature—is not even worthy of the protections of the First Amendment. That decision is wrong, whether you like or dislike Facebook.
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Federal judge restores three days of early voting in Ohio

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos (2 years ago)

Rick Hasen says the federal district court decision today restoring Ohio's early voting in the three days right before the November election may not survive an appeal to the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. For now, however, the... Read Post

Federal judge overturns ban on corporate political contributions

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos (3 years ago)

Yesterday, U.S. District Court Judge Paul Cacheris of the Eastern District of Virginia issued an opinion declaring unconstitutional the century-old ban on direct corporate contributions to federal candidates. This decision is the lo... Read Post

I Like Ike

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Blog of Rights: Official Blog of the ACLU (2 years ago)

“I Like Ike” is one of the most well-known and catchiest political slogans of all time. According to a decision that was issued by a federal judge in Virginia a few days ago, however, the modern-day equivalent—saying that you "like"... Read Post


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