What the Muslim outrage is really about
Sheila Liaugminas | 17 September 2012
Power. Not a ‘dopey’ short video, which few rioters likely even saw.
Dear College Officials: Apply the Constitution
Sheila Liaugminas | 09 April 2011
We have another case of free speech rights being restricted on a campus by academic officials who need a course in constitutional protections.
Free speech has costs
Sheila Liaugminas | 03 March 2011
Like, tolerating the intolerable. Ugliness and outrageous offenses defended by the very people who gave their lives for that right. It really pushes the limits…
Controlling speech is bad enough
Sheila Liaugminas | 27 July 2010
But this is ridiculous.
No choice in Chicago
Sheila Liaugminas | 10 March 2010
The pro-life movement has been as adaptable as it has been enduring. When Chicago passed the insidious ‘bubble zone’ ordinance, politicians not only denied citizens their free speech rights, they robbed women of their right to have a true choice when facing a challenging pregnancy. But pro-lifers found a simple, legal and tasteful way to silently offer women aid. Or so they thought...
Sheila Liaugminas | 27 January 2010
This had to happen sooner or later. It’s interesting how the
euphemistic marketing campaign behind the abortion movement that’s
helped them change laws and language in this country for so long is
coming to light more and more now over….a Super Bowl commercial. Oh,
Super Bowl drama
Sheila Liaugminas | 26 January 2010
Oh yeah…the Colts and the Saints and the sportscasters are hyping it, too.
What a disconnect
Sheila Liaugminas | 12 December 2009
So we have this manger scene which of course is all about the birth
of the child at the center of Christianity and the ‘life and light’ he
brought into the world, and besides all the other controversies over
where it can’t be displayed, now there’s a new one.
‘People should be able to hold their government accountable’
Sheila Liaugminas | 16 November 2009
Early media coverage of President Obama’s visit to China wondered how widely his remarks there would be allowed to be heard because of strict censorship by that government.
The old ‘hate crimes’ ploy
Sheila Liaugminas | 14 October 2009
When you have power, and you want to silence voices of legitimate inquiry, it’s easy to charge dissenters with lawless speech.
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Star Trek: Into Darkness
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The ideology of absolute self-determination has become sacred and unquestionable.
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