Mar 13, 2016

How Ted Cruz exposed the free-speech haters | Washington Examiner

This is the story of how a simple act by Sen. Ted Cruz exposed the hatred many members of the U.S. Senate have for your freedom to speak. The story begins in 2009 in the United States Supreme Court, where Deputy Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart presented the Obama administration's interpretation of the relevant part of the First Amendment. In case you have not read it recently, that amendment...

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