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During our quest to support and protect free speech, we encounter a variety of situations that require additional reflection and discussion. We invite you to follow our journey as we continue to face the fire.
As freedom-loving Americans who see through media distortions must know – and as FEF has discussed in several prior posts – the government’s barbarous mistreatment
by Andrew Allen, Esq. One year later, the events of January 6, 2021 remain wildly confusing. And the tendentious and inaccurate reporting by the media
There are programs in place to get holiday greeting cards to those being incarcerated in connection to the January 6th rally in Washington, DC. For
by Glen Allen, Esq. As I stated in my November 19, 2021 article, in my view – what I think is the view of any
by Glen Allen, Esq. The word and concept of “lawfare” – sometimes defined as “law as a weapon of war” — gained popular usage about
The following is the text of the Amicus Curiae (Friend of the Court) brief filed with the United States Supreme Court by Free Expression Foundation
Short-Sighted Politics With Long-Term Consequences: Black Activism, The 1960S, And The Creation Of The Anti-Riot Act
by Andrew Allen, Esq. The Anti-Riot Act of 1968 is a dangerous law and, for many reasons, is unconstitutional. After lying dormant for decades, 18
The Free Expression Foundation neither endorses nor condemns the rally scheduled to be held in Washington, DC, on September 18. Furthermore, we are not affiliated
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