Freedom of speech

You can't spell "Liberty" without scratching it out and writing "Tyranny."
So long as the cussing doesn't become a "potential or immediate public problem."
In June, the MTA will pull its last political subway ads, having decided the risk of broadcasting hateful messages to the straphanging masses is not worth the meager funds it pulls in from said ads. This is very bad.
The MTA voted today on whether to ban political ads on the city's subways, after a judge ruled to allow an advertisement that referenced "Hamas killing Jews" on city buses.
And how was your commute?
"This is common sense legislation. It's humanistic, it's not an attack on any person's social existence, it's not an attack on immigrants, it's not telling officers to write more tickets, it protects everybody."
A federal lawsuit cites eight instances in which the police wrongfully arrested New Yorkers, and seeks to bar city employees from seeking reprisals against those who exercise their First Amendment rights.
A Bronx community activist was handcuffed and brought to jail on Thursday night for filming cops.
If you are lawfully in a public place, you are allowed to film what is happening.
"Unlike bank records, the content that Twitter users create and submit to Twitter are clearly a form of electronic communication that, accordingly, implicates First Amendment protections."
For those who hope that the Koch brothers will be shamed into renouncing their plutocratic status, Charles Koch has bad news.
"Tie-dye, didgeridoo, hackeysack welcome! No shirt, no shoes, no problem! And if you don't have talent, don't worry: FREE DRUM LESSONS offered! Also on offer: collaborative drumming with the police!"
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