Submitted by Michael Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, As Mark Zuckerberg expands, others get pushed out... The following is a very interesting tale from one of America’s most affluent communities. Via Medium: Dear City Council Members...Show More Summary
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Liberty Fruit Co. completed its rain-delayed charity golf tournament, which raised $691,200 for local Kansas City charities.
I know I am in New York when I see the Manhattan skyline as I cross the Brooklyn Bridge, set eyes on the Hudson, catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park or stroll through the tree lined paths of Central Park. What if like a city skyline we each had our own hallmarks of identity, some universal and others very personal. Show More Summary
From our friends at Taliesin Nexus, for creative types who love liberty: Calling the next great American author! If that’s you, then September 9 – 11, 2016, have us fly you out to New York City, put you up in a hotel, and spend an entire weekend developing your work at the Calliope Authors Workshop. Show More Summary
Philadelphia isn’t short on historic sites; anyone who’s passed through the city on a weekend or class trip has seen the main ones: Indepdendence Hall, Liberty Bell, and the Rocky steps at the Art Museum. On your next visit to the City of Brotherly Love, check out some of these newer or lesser-known parks, museums, and haunted forts you may not have heard about yet.—Adam Erace
The Cleveland Municipal Court is working with the city’s NAACP branch, the Ohio American Civil Liberties Union, the National Lawyers Guild and various other groups to develop an expedited process for the arrest and release of protesters...Show More Summary
Swansea sign Australia international goalkeeper Mark Birighitti on a free transfer.
Four new hills built on New York City's Governors Island offer sweeping views of the Statute of Liberty and lower Manhattan, unique places to hike and climb, and massive slides that dwarf those found... To view the full story, click the title link.
Laura Haim, White House correspondent for Canal Plus, talks with Rachel Maddow about how France is reacting to the deadly Bastille Day attack in the city in...
Summer is off-season for city fundraising, as many patrons are away. But with headlines consumed by hate crime, police conduct and race relations, the New York Civil Liberties Union says its July 18... To view the full story, click the title link.
The city of Baton Rouge, La., the Baton Rouge Police Department and other law-enforcement officials are facing a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana and other civil rights groups, accusing authorities of violating protesters’ rights to free speech and assembly during large protests over the past week, the Times-Picayune reports. “This […]
The city of Atlanta apparently didn't read the fine print in the First Amendment. It clearly notes, among other liberties, that Americans are free...
New York Civil Liberties Union Advocacy Director says reform bills considered by the City Council are not enough to increase accountability of the New York Police Department
Brookville Equipment Corporation (Brookville) shipped its third of four American-manufactured Liberty Streetcars on order to the City of Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
New York City's rebound from the 9/11 attacks reached new heights opening Liberty Park on Wednesday.
“At 350 ft, Birth of a New World is not the tallest sculpture in existence. … But [Zurab] Tsereteli’s work is enormous, 45ft taller than the Statue of Liberty from pedestal to torch. In 1993, Columbus, Ohio, turned it down. Other cities followed suit, including New York, Boston, Cleveland, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Finally the […]
The explosion on Black Tom Island, in New York Harbor at Jersey City, jolted millions from their beds and broke windows all over the region.
Restrictions on speeches and parades outside next month's Republican National Convention were struck down by a federal judge Thursday as unconstitutional. The city of Cleveland was sued by the American Civil Liberties Union of Cleveland; a liberal group, Organize Ohio; and a conservative group,...
City officials tell the American Civil Liberties Union in a letter that permit requirements will remain in effect for the July 25-28 convention, but "there is no intended 'crackdown' on un-permitted protesting." [...] they say permits...Show More Summary
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio sued the city in federal court last week on behalf of two groups that claim rules and restrictions on protests within the event zone covering downtown Cleveland would infringe on people's free speech rights.