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“EEOC to Gadsden Flag Lovers: Shut Up or Face Costly Lawsuits” [Hans Bader] Ellen de Generes raises First Amendment defense in suit by real estate agent with joshed-over name [Ronald Collins] Background: in England (generally unlike U.S.), tasteless jokes and online insults have been prosecuted as crime [Guardian on moves there to classify “misogyny” as […] Free speech roundup is a p
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