Monthly Archives: June 2012

More on the 2008 Cass Sunstein speech which inspired our poster campaigns

For those who may be interested, here is a bit more information on the 2008 Constitution Day speech by Professor Cass Sunstein referenced in our last post.  Professor Sunstein’s discussion of the dangers of balkanized speech fora inspired our poster … Continue reading

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Harvard Law School Fails Our Test: Its Censoring of Our Posters and Blog Betrayed Its Committment to Freedom of Expression

Before delving into the specifics of Harvard Law School’s bogus blacklisting of our blog, and other examples of censorship at the Law School showing this was not an isolated episode, we pause to observe that the Law School’s successful pressuring … Continue reading

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