Post Profile






FIRST AMENDMENT ICON BURT NEUBORNE: From cross burning to funeral protests, hate speech enjoys broa…

FIRST AMENDMENT ICON BURT NEUBORNE: From cross burning to funeral protests, hate speech enjoys broad protection. The First Amendment, the justices have said, protected a Ku Klux Klan member decrying Jews and blacks in Ohio in 1969. It protected neo-Nazis seeking to march through heavily Jewish Skokie, Ill., in 1977. It protected a U.S. flag […]
read more

share

Related Posts


Former KKK Member Pleads Guilty To Cross Burning

US Politics / Liberal : Alan Colmes' Liberaland

Steven Joshua Dinkle, 28, a former “Exalted Cyclops” of an Alabama branch of the Klan, pleaded guilty to a hate crime and obstruction of justice in a 2009 cross burning. Court documents said Dinkle and another KKK member “constructe...

Klan Taunt Blacks at S.C. Confederate Flag Rally

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog

After proclaiming that the Confederate flag isn't a symbol of hate and vowing a peaceful protest against its removal, members of the Ku Klux Klan required a police escort to leave a rally in front of the South Carolina statehouse on...

Race in America: Keshia Thomas on activism, wisdom vs. brawn, and saving a Ku Klux Klan member

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Keshia Thomas is known for a 1996 event where she was photographed  protecting a white man believed to have been a Ku Klux Klan  (KKK) supporter. The resulting photograph taken by Mark Brunner is considered iconic. It was named one ...

CNN's Cuomo Dubiously Claims: 'Hate Speech is Excluded from Protection'

US Politics / Conservative : NewsBusters

CNN's Chris Cuomo made an eyebrow-raising argument about the First Amendment in a Wednesday post on Twitter. Cuomo replied to a post that decried that "too many people are trying to say hate speech (isn't equal to) free speech," and...

From cross burning to funeral protests, hate speech enjoys broad protection

News : USAToday: News

The white supremacists and neo-Nazis who marched through Charlottesville last week have the Supreme Court on their side.        

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC