Was our modern First Amendment born out of a chance encounter on a train bound for Boston in 1918?
On this episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we speak with Seton Hall Law Professor Thomas Healy.
Now, FIRE has learned that Dartmouth also maintains an Acceptable Use Policy that prohibits users of Dartmouth’s IT resources from posting or transmitting any “offensive” content.
This incredibly broad restriction means that Dartmouth now earns FIRE’s poorest, red light rating — reserved for colleges [...] Talk may be cheap, but silencing speech can be quite expensive — a lesson administrators at Iowa State University are quickly learning from one of FIRE’s Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project lawsuits.
Yeasin got his expulsion overturned in state court with help from an amici curiae (friend-of-the-court) brief by FIRE and the Student Press Law Center, in which [...] In an important decision for student-athlete rights, a federal court in California has upheld the right of a public high school athlete to kneel during the national anthem.
Meghan is 72-year-old Thomas Wayne Markle’s only child from his second marriage, to Doria Ragland, which ended when their daughter was six years old.
Probably the black sheep is Thomas Markle Junior, Meghan’s half-brother from her father’s first marriage.
Now 50, he has been bankrupt once and divorced twice, and is facing trial on gun charges.
Meghan is pictured top left, with her nephews Thomas and Tyler, and her then sister-in-law Tracey At his peak, Thomas Markle was a successful lighting director in Hollywood, working on the hit U. He has been the subject of four tax liens over the past 19 years — a lien being a legal claim against your property when you neglect or fail to pay a debt — which suggests a haphazard approach to tax returns and general paperwork.
He has been hit with demands ranging from £1,853 to £43,527.