by Ian Millhiser Sep 2, 2014
The principal at F. J. Elementary School in Seminole, Texas said boys are not allowed to have long hair.
by Ian Millhiser Aug 15, 2014
Telling someone to "stop squishing the fucking bread" will get you handcuffed, tossed into the back of a police car and arrested for disorderly conduct in North Augusta, South Carolina.
by Nicole Flatow Aug 4, 2014
But police frequently demonize individuals for recording their actions.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 15, 2014
This is a genuinely difficult case, although for reasons unrelated to whether Texas engaged in viewpoint discrimination by refusing to print license plates that display a symbol used by racist, slaveholding traitors.
by Josh Israel Jul 10, 2014
Several of those who object to any limits on political speech have themselves been long-time supporters of a constitutional amendment to do just that.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 29, 2014
On Monday, the Supreme Court is expected to hand down two cases, Hobby Lobby and a lesser-known case called Harris v. Quinn. Of the two, much more is at stake in Harris than in Hobby Lobby.
by Nicole Flatow Jun 26, 2014
This ruling is about as narrow as one could reasonably expect from the current U.S. Supreme Court.
by Nicole Flatow May 15, 2014
Hint: A former U.S. Supreme Court justice played a role.
by Ian Millhiser May 12, 2014
It is unconstitutional to discriminate against Satanists.
by Nicole Flatow Apr 3, 2014
Until this week, Alabama blogger Roger Shuler was the only known reporter in the Western Hemisphere jailed for doing his job.